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David Cassidy – The Artist
David Bruce Cassidy 1950 – 2017) was an American actor, singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He was best known for his role as Keith Partridge, the son of Shirley Partridge (played by his stepmother, Shirley Jones), in the 1970s musical-sitcom The Partridge Family. This role catapulted Cassidy to teen idol status as a superstar pop singer of the 1970s. Initially Cassidy started his career as lead singer with the Partridge Family but began work on solo albums as soon as they had their first hit. Within the first year, he had produced his own single, a cover of The Association’s “Cherish” the song reached number nine in the United States, number two in the United Kingdom (a double A-side with “Could It Be Forever”), and number one in Australia and New Zealand. He began tours that featured Partridge tunes and his own hits. Cassidy achieved far greater solo chart success in the UK than in his native America, including a cover of The Young Rascals’ “How Can I Be Sure” and the double A-side single “Daydreamer” / “The Puppy Song” – a UK number one which failed to chart in the States. In Britain, Cassidy the solo star remains best known for “Daydreamer”, “How Can I Be Sure” and “Could It Be Forever” (UK number 2/US number 37), all released during his 1972–73 solo chart peak. Though he wanted to become a respected rock musician along the lines of Mick Jagger, his channel to stardom launched him into the ranks of teen idol, a brand he loathed until much later in life, when he managed to come to terms with his pop idol beginnings. Ten albums by The Partridge Family and five solo albums by Cassidy were produced during the series, with most selling more than a million copies each.
Daydreamer – The Song
Daydreamer is a song by the American singer David Cassidy. Written by Terry Dempsey and produced by Rick Jarrard, “Daydreamer” was Cassidy’s second and final No.1 single in the UK Singles Chart, spending three weeks at the top of the chart in October and November 1973. The song was a double-A side with a cover version of Harry Nilsson’s “The Puppy Song” on the B-side. The single was the 10th best selling single in the UK in 1973. The song also appears on David Cassidy’s 1973 UK No.1 album Dreams Are Nuthin’ More Than Wishes.
The Cloud Cluster – The Shape
This record has been modelled into a cloud cluster as often portrayed as a dream bubble from someones mind. In meteorology, a cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body or similar space.
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