Shaun Cassidy - That's Rock'n'Roll FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: That's Rock'n'Roll
Style: Blues Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1550 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1885 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1876 mb
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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.
To capture the sensation of teen-idol Shaun Cassidy, Warner Bros. Records released a live album of his 1979 concert tour named That's Rock 'N' Roll Live. The album featured tracks from his four studio albums (Shaun Cassidy, Born Late, Under Wraps and the then-forthcoming album Room Service). The album also featured a cover of The Righteous Brothers' hit song, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'". The cover of the album features a glossy photo of Cassidy playing a black Gibson Les Paul guitar.
That's Rock 'n' Roll" is a song written and originally recorded by Eric Carmen in 1976. It became a popular Billboard top 10 hit in 1977 for teen idol Shaun Cassidy. American pop rock artist Eric Carmen released his version of "That's Rock 'n' Roll" in some nations as the third single from his first eponymous debut album, Eric Carmen. The single's limited release did not include the United States. The song charted at number seven in Denmark. Parts of the song are autobiographical.
Album · 1979 · 10 Songs. That's Rock 'N' Roll - Live Shaun Cassidy. Listen on Apple Music. Shaun Cassidy & The Crystals. 10 Songs, 37 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1979. More By Shaun Cassidy.
That's Rock & Roll captures Shaun Cassidy's live show recorded just after the peak of his late-'70s burst of popularity, though the screaming girls that serve as background for the music show he still had some juice left.
That's Rock 'n' Roll" was also reissued for American audiences, and went gold. The 1977 follow-up, Born Late, was another success, spawning the Top Ten hit "Hey Deanie. Cassidy's fame proved short-lived, however; 1978's Under Wraps struggled to crack the Top 40, and 1979's Room Service failed to even chart.