Greatest Hits (Partridge Family album)

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Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits - The Partridge Family.jpg
Greatest hits album by The Partridge Family
Released 1989
Recorded 1970 - 1973
Genre Rock
Length 47:33
Label Arista
Producer Wes Farrell
The Partridge Family chronology
The World of the Partridge Family
(1974)
Greatest Hits
(1989)
The Definitive Collection
(2001)

The Partridge Family's Greatest Hits album was issued by Arista in 1989. It was never released on vinyl, only on cassette and compact disc, and is the first Partridge Family album to ever be released on CD. It contains 16 songs, including the TV show's second theme song, "Come on Get Happy" which was never featured on a Partridge family album, and two songs by David Cassidy as a solo act: "Cherish" and "Could It Be Forever". It has liner notes by Danny Bonaduce and a Partridge Family trivia quiz. The cover has a picture of a period lunchbox with a cartoon picture of the family in red velvet suits.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Come on Get Happy"
  2. "I Think I Love You"
  3. "Doesn't Somebody Want to Be Wanted"
  4. "I'll Meet You Halfway"
  5. "I Woke Up In Love This Morning"
  6. "Cherish"
  7. "It's One of Those Nights (Yes Love)"
  8. "I Can Feel Your Heartbeat"
  9. "Am I Losing You"
  10. "Could It be Forever"
  11. "Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque"
  12. "Echo Valley 2-6809"
  13. "Summer Days"
  14. "Looking Through the Eyes of Love"
  15. "How Long is Too Long"
  16. "One Night Stand"

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