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Album Review

The final album of all-new music released under the Partridge Family banner was also a harsh reminder of just how completely David Cassidy's solo career had eclipsed the nest in which he'd hatched. The album itself stiffed in commercial terms, failing even to spin off a decent hit single, while the performances all lean a lot closer towards the Cassidy solo ideal — soft ballads, tight rockers — than the all-for-one harmonies and joy that characterized the Partridges' earlier releases. It is still an entertaining record, of course, but the old exhilaration is sorely missing, as though the entire album was squeezed, blood from a stone-style, out of a wholly less than enthusiastic crew. And at the end of the day, the album's failure should be no surprise. The world had moved on from the days when the Partridges ruled the roost; so had David Cassidy. And, after this album, so had everybody else.

Customer Reviews

Finally On CD!!!

After all this time, the wait is over and the Partridge Family's final studio album is out on CD! This was one my favorite (if not favorite) albums released by TPF. It starts out strong with Money Money and Roller Coaster. These tracks have an upbeat tempo with a strong hook and danceable beat. Had TPF continued on, I wonder if their work would have taken on a disco feel. So great that this album is finally out on CD. I'm getting the actual CD as opposed to the dowloadable version simply to add it to my collection.

Aint This Gr8

It's about time, the last album on CD plus Ain't Love Easy (never released on vinyl) and I never heard Roses in Snow before, thanks for some new tracks from the vaults. Sound quality is great! Anymore lost PF recorded music never released before? Now if the fans could just get Cassidy's "Romance" on CD!

THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY RULE! I LOVE ALL THEIR CDS!

THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY RULE! I LOVE ALL THEIR CDS!
Here I go again.
I reviewed this album already but it disappeared. ???
Money Money, Rollercoaster, Where Do We Go From Here, I Heard You Singing Your Song, That's the Way It Is With You Love are my Favorites.

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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