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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". 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.
Under Wraps (Shaun Cassidy album). Under Wraps was the third studio album from Shaun Cassidy, released in 1978. Less successful commercially than its two predecessors, Under Wraps was an early indication that Cassidy's popularity was beginning to lose momentum, as the album barely cracked the top 40 on the US Billboard charts, peaking at and scoring no major hit singles. Our Night" peaked at on the US Hot 100.
There is not much on Shaun Cassidy's debut album that he can claim as his own, other than his style, but that did not stop this album from being one of the biggest-selling solo debuts in history. Shaun was not really in competition with his brother, but a successor to his teen idol throne. With such an aesthetically pleasing set of songs and talent of his own, Shaun Cassidy is a thoroughly enjoyable and old-fashionably hip record. There are two kinds of one-hit wonders, those who made bad novelty music (and are forgotten in fans' embarrassment of ever having listened to them) and those who made good music (meaning that if the singer appears on a daytime talk show, all housewives will stand up and cheer and proclaim their everlasting crushes).
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Shaun Paul Cassidy (born September 27, 1958 in Los Angeles, California) is an American singer, actor and TV producer and writer. The oldest of three sons born to Shirley Jones and Broadway on star Jack Cassidy, he first found success as a teen idol, following in the footsteps of his elder half-brother, David Cassidy of TV's The Partridge Family. He went to Beverly Hills High School. He released several successful singles in the late 1970s.
Room Service is Shaun Cassidy's fourth studio album. Cassidy and songwriter-producer Michael Lloyd recruited 13 different musicians for the production of Room Service. The album's only single, "You're Usin' Me," failed to chart. Fallin' Into You" (Shaun Cassidy, David Jolliffe). Time for a Change" (Shaun Cassidy). Only Because of Love" (Michael Lloyd). Are You Afraid of Me?" (Shaun Cassidy).
List of all Shaun Cassidy albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of Shaun Cassidy CDs and Shaun Cassidy records. This full Shaun Cassidy discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Shaun Cassidy album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Shaun Cassidy releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them.
|A1||Da Doo Ron Ron|
|A3||I Wanna Be With You|
|A4||It's Too Late|
|A5||Hey There Lonely Girl|
|B1||That's Rock 'N' Roll|
|B3||Take Good Care Of My Baby|
|B5||Be My Baby|
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|BS 3067||Shaun Cassidy||Shaun Cassidy (LP, Album, Pre)||Warner Bros. Records, Curb Records||BS 3067||US||1977|
|BS 3067||Shaun Cassidy||Shaun Cassidy (LP, Album, RE, Jac)||Warner Bros. Records, Curb Records||BS 3067||US||1977|
|68 078 5||Shaun Cassidy||That's Rock 'N' Roll (Cass, Club)||Warner Bros. Records||68 078 5||Germany||1977|
|WB 56 342||Shaun Cassidy||That's Rock 'N' Roll (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 56 342||Germany||1977|
|BS 3067||Shaun Cassidy||Shaun Cassidy (LP, Album, Jac)||Warner Bros. Records, Curb Records||BS 3067||US||1977|