Home Is Where the Heart Is (David Cassidy album)

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Home Is Where the Heart Is
Home Is Where the Heart Is (David Cassidy album) cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 1976
LabelRCA
ProducerDavid Cassidy, Bruce Johnston
David Cassidy chronology
The Higher They Climb
(1975)
Home Is Where the Heart Is
(1976)
Getting It in the Street
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2/5 stars[1]

Home Is Where the Heart Is is the second album released on RCA Records by David Cassidy. It was released in 1976 and was produced by Cassidy and Bruce Johnston. Although critically well received, the album did not chart in any country. The album is noted in particular for Cassidy's recording of Paul McCartney's song "Tomorrow" which McCartney rated as taking the song to its ultimate potential.

The album includes a composing contribution from Gerry Beckley of the band America. Beckley also takes a few lines of lead vocals. Some tracks from this album are compiled in the 1996 collection, When I'm a Rock 'n' Roll Star.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "On Fire" (David Cassidy, Bill House)
  2. "Damned If This Ain't Love" (David Cassidy)
  3. "January" (David Paton)
  4. "A Fool in Love" (Bill House, David Cassidy)
  5. "Tomorrow" (Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney)
  6. "Breakin' Down Again" (David Cassidy, Bill House)
  7. "Run and Hide" (Bill House, David Cassidy)
  8. "Take This Heart" (David Cassidy, Gerry Beckley)
  9. "Goodbye Blues" (Ronnie S. Wilkins)
  10. "Half Past Your Bedtime" (David Cassidy, Gerry Beckley, R.Fataar)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "David Cassidy – Home Is Where the Heart Is". AllMusic.