Then and Now (David Cassidy album)

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Then and Now
Compilation album by
ReleasedApril 30, 2002
LabelDecca Records
ProducerTed Carfrae
David Cassidy chronology
When I'm a Rock 'n' Roll Star
Then and Now
A Touch of Blue

Then and Now was David Cassidy's 16th solo album, released in 2002. It became a big hit in the UK, where it reached #5 in the album charts and ultimately achieved Platinum sales status. It contained new recordings of songs previously released in other albums.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Think I Love You"
  2. "Could It Be Forever"
  3. "How Can I Be Sure"
  4. "I Woke Up In Love This Morning"
  5. "Daydreamer"
  6. "I Can Feel Your Heartbeat"
  7. "It's One of Those Nights (Yes Love)"
  8. "I Write the Songs"
  9. "Rock Me Baby"
  10. "Some Kind Of A Summer"
  11. "Looking Through the Eyes of Love"
  12. "I'll Meet You Halfway"
  13. "If I Didn't Care"
  14. "Cherish"
  15. "The Last Kiss"
  16. "Ain't No Sunshine"
  17. "Lyin' To Myself"
  18. "Cry"
  19. "No Bridge I Wouldn't Cross"
  20. "Sheltered In Your Arms"
  21. "Ricky's Tune"
  22. "Could It Be Forever (Feat. Hear' Say)



  • Drums - Mike Bradley, Hal Blaine
  • Bass - Steve Pearce, Max Bennett
  • Piano/Keyboards - Pete Murray
  • Fender Rhodes - Michael Smith
  • Guitars - Hugh Bums, Fridrick Karlsson, Jimmy McIntosh, Dennis Budimir, Louie Shelton
  • Percussion - Frank Ricotti, Gary Coleman
  • Piano Accordion - Eddie Hession
  • Harmonica - Brenden Power
  • Harpsichord - Alexander Skeaping
  • Recorder - Paul Fawcus
  • Violins: Harvey De Souza, Laurence Jackson, Darrell Kok, Jan Schmolk, Ralph De Souza, Simon Smith, Sarah Ewins, Steve Morris
  • Viola: Bob Smissen, Tim Grant
  • Cello: Jo Knight, William Schofield


  • Saxophone and Flute - Paul Fawcus, Scott Garland


  • Trumpet and Flugal - Pat White, Mark Cumberland
  • Trombone - Dennis Rollins

Background vocals:

  • David Cassidy - Background vocals on "Ain't No Sunshine"
  • Ted Carfrae - Harmony vocal on "I Write The Songs"
  • Mae McKenna, Janet Mooney, Lance Ellington, Phil Nicholl, Candace Davis Martin, Lisa Mayer, John Bahlor, Tom Bahlor, Randy Crenshaw, Jackie Ward