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Shopping Bag

The Partridge Family

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Album Review

Though the Partridges were a family on TV, in the recording studio they were David Cassidy, occasionally Shirley Jones, and a crew of studio musicians put together by the musical mastermind behind the project, Wes Ferrell. Taking cues from bubblegum, sunshine pop, and anything that sounded good on the radio at the time, the songs were well-crafted pop nuggets, Cassidy had a strong voice, and the cream of L.A.'s session cats made everything sound just right. Their first single from 1970, the classic "I Think I Love You," was their biggest hit, but all their albums hold hidden treasures for early-'70s AM pop aficionados. This set contains the Family's third and fourth albums, 1971's Sound Magazine (the second Family album that year) and 1972's Shopping Bag.

Biography

Formed: 1969

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The Partridge Family was the '70s successor to the Monkees. Both were totally fictional rock/pop "bands" produced by Screen Gems, the television branch of Columbia Pictures. While the Monkees (TV series and band concept) were styled as mid-'60s counter-culture zaniness à la the Beatles' film Hard Days Night, the Partridge Family was strictly wholesome with traditional family values despite the lite quasi-hip tone of the show. The top-rated series first-aired on ABC from 1970 to 1974, premiering September...
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