Discography David Cassidy

Unreleased Songs

Unreleased Live songs

A plethora of unreleased material is available in the form of 1970s concerts recorded by fans.

Some of the unreleased songs David did in the 1970s include:

I'm A Man (during which he had a drum solo)
Baby Please Don't Go
Living On Blues Power
When Will I See You Again?
It'a All Over Now Baby Blue
Everybody I Love You
Beginnings

These tapes are also the only source for live versions of songs such as:

Blind Hope
Lonely Too Long
Ricky's Tune
I'm Here You're Here
Two Time Loser
Puppy Song
Sing Me
My First Night Alone Without You
If I Didn't Care
Song For A Rainy Days
Where Is The Morning
One Night Stand
Doesnt' Somebody Want To Be Wanted

On July 4th, 1983, David played in Philadelphia with Jimmy Webb. They did five songs:

By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Galveston
Wichita Lineman
Any Dream Will Do
McArthur Park
Philadelphia Freedom

1985 concerts

Almost all of David's 1985 concert set was captured on the Starblend album (part of which was released by Starblend as a 54-minute video). Occasionally, though, he strayed from his normal set and did The Letter and - at a fan's request - he did The Puppy Song.

Radio Stations

In December (year?), at a concert/party sponsored by a Toledo radio station, David climbed on stage with Vixen and jammed on Sympathy For The Devil.

On December 21 (year?), David sang Stranger In Your Heart and I Think I Love You at the Mark and Brian Christmas Party.

In May 1989, David played three songs - Treat Me Like You Used To, Crazy Over You, and I'll Never Stop Loving You - on the Mark and Brian radio show on KLOS-FM in Los Angeles. The first and last songs were duets with Sue Shifrin, who co-wrote the songs with David.

1991 tour

During his 1991 tour, David sang I'm Gonna Be Strong (originally a Gene Pitney song, also covered by Cyndi Lauper and Juice Newton).

Television Shows

David's guest appearances on various shows have resulted in a number of unreleased tracks and alternate versions, including

David sang 13 songs on the Glen Campbell Show (1971). As the theme for the show was the 1950's most songs were from that era, some were sung as a medley.
At The Hop
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Bird Dog
Wake Up Little Susie
Bye Bye Love
Life Could Be A Dream (Sha boom)
I Woke Up In Love This Morning
Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted
I'll Meet You Halfway
I Think I Love You
The Green Door
Young Love
Mack The Knife

May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Snoot (Bob Hope Show in 1972).

Then I'll Be Someone (on England's Russel Harty show, 1976) The song was written by Carl Wilson and Tandyn Almer

Strengthen My Love and As Time Goes By (ABC's Partridge Family/My Three Sons Reunion, 1977)

Hard Times (Under Cover) (theme song to NBC's David Cassidy - Man Undercover, 1978) (which was written by David Cassidy and Jay Gruska)

Give My Regards To Broadway and Life's A Funny Proposition (Merv Griffin, 1981)

Give My Regards To Broadway (John Davidson Show, 1981)

White Christmas and Winter Wonderland (Frank Mills Christmas Show, 1982)

April Showers (Fantasy Island episode, 1982)

Any Dream Will Do (Merv Griffin, 1983)

I Am A Clown (England's Pebble Mill Playhouse, 1985)

I Am A Clown (England's Wogan show, 1986)

In My Defense (London's Live At The Palladium, 1987)

Lyin' To Myself (Arsenio Hall Show, 1990).

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Conan Show, 2005)

Theater tapes

Almost all of David's musicals and plays have been captured on audio by fans, including

Fig Leaves Are Falling (1968)
Voice Of The Turtle (1979)
Little Johnny Jones (1981)
Tribute (1982)
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1983)
Jesus Christ Superstar (1984)
Time (1987)
Blood Brothers (1995)
EFX (1996-98)
The Rat Pack Is Back (1999-)
David Cassidy At The Copa (2000-01)

2000- 2011 Live Songs

Hush
Get Me to the Church on Time
Old Black Magic
Luck Be a Lady
Mack the Knife
No Reply
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
Mr Moonlight
Sweet Little Angel
You Make Me Feel So Young
In My Life
Be My Baby
Superstition
Birthday Song
Crossroads

David sang Ricky Nelson's "Travelin Man" with Gunnar Nelson on November 5th, 2006. See concert reviews for details.

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