Shaun Cassidy (album)

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Shaun Cassidy
Studio album by Shaun Cassidy
Released 1976 (Europe, Australia)
June 1, 1977 (U.S.)
Genre Pop
Label Warner
Producer Michael Lloyd
Shaun Cassidy chronology
Shaun Cassidy
(1977)
Born Late
(1977)

Shaun Cassidy is the first solo album from Shaun Cassidy. The eponymous album was first released in 1976 in Europe and Australia, where he had top-ten hits with "Morning Girl" and "That's Rock 'n' Roll".[1] It was not until the release of a cover version of The Crystals' song, "Da Doo Ron Ron", that Cassidy's international success carried over into the United States. The single became a number-one Billboard hit for Cassidy and launched his career as a pop musician and teen idol in the U.S.

That's Rock 'n' Roll was written by Eric Carmen. It was the follow-up single to "Da Doo Ron Ron" in the U.S. and peaked at number three.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Da Doo Ron Ron" (Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich)
  2. "Morning Girl" (Tupper Saussy)
  3. "I Wanna Be with You" (Michael Lloyd)
  4. "It's Too Late" (Bobby Goldsboro)
  5. "Hey There Lonely Girl" (Earl Shuman, Leon Carr)
  6. "That's Rock 'n' Roll" (Eric Carmen)
  7. "Holiday" (Shaun Cassidy)
  8. "Take Good Care of My Baby" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King)
  9. "Amblin'" (Michael Lloyd)
  10. "Be My Baby" (Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bronson, Fred (1992), The Billboard Book of Number One Hits (3rd ed.), New York, NY: Billboard Publications, Inc., ISBN 0-8230-8298-9