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The Partridge Family Shopping Bag

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Format:  CD-R
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  • Released: May 20, 2003
  • Originally Released: 2003
  • Label: Sony Music MOD


Product Description:

Personnel: Shirley Jones, David Cassidy (vocals); Larry Carlton, Louis Shelton, Dennis Budimir, Tommy Tedesco (guitar); Mike Melvoin (keyboards); Max Bennett (bass); Hal Blaine (drums); John Bahler, Tom Bahler, Jackie Ward, Ron Hicklin (background vocals).
Recorded at Western Recorders (Studio 2), Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: David Cassidy, Shirley Jones (vocals); Dennis Budimir, Larry Carlton, Louie Shelton, Tommy Tedesco , Louis Shelton (guitar); Mike Melvoin (keyboards); Hal Blaine (drums); Jackie Ward, Tom Bahler, John Bahler, Ron Hicklin (background vocals).
Audio Remasterers: Phill Brown; Bill Inglot.
Liner Note Authors: Lisa Sutton; Ken Sharp .
Recording information: Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA.
Arrangers: Mike Melvoin; Wes Farrell; John Bahler.
This classic title was the fifth long-player to be issued under the Partridge Family moniker. Issued in the spring of 1972, the platter respectably charted in the Top 20 and was the first of their LPs not to have entered the Top Ten, despite its release during the absolute height of the Partridge Family's television success in the early '70s. As they had done on their previous four LPs, the made-for-TV group included only two of the actors from the series -- Shirley Jones, who played Shirley Partridge, and her real life stepson David Cassidy, who played Keith Partridge. The pair was augmented vocally by a studio combo known as the Love Generation. Instrumentally, the crŠme de la crŠme of session musicians -- such as Hal Blaine (drums), Larry Carlton (guitar), Joe Osborne (bass), and Larry Knechtel (keyboards) -- provided a perfect simple-but-sweet bubblegum, no-frills backing. As with a majority of the music recorded for these albums, many of the songs appeared on the television series as well as their LPs. In much the same way that the Monkees' weekly prime-time TV exposure helped drive album sales, the Partridge Family's discs were likewise the beneficiaries of constant attention and yielded a Top 20 show as well as albums that consistently sold over a million copies. It would be a tough act to follow the overwhelming double-barrel release of the Partridge Family Christmas Card (1971) seasonal offering as well as David Cassidy's first solo effort, Cherish (1971) -- both of which were issued only a few months prior to Shopping Bag (1972). However, the world's affinity and infatuation with the "family" almost immediately drove the album onto the charts. It also spawned a pair of singles -- "Am I Losing You" and the hugely popular international hit "It's One of Those Nights (Yes Love)." The appearance of all 11 cuts in third-season episodes no doubt helped as well. When issued on CD in 2003, the album's timeless kitsch was re-created within the fact-filled liner-notes booklet, which is full of essays and full-color memorabilia from throughout the globe. ~ Lindsay Planer

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  • UPC: 828765116626
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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