David Cassidy - Backing Vocals
John Wetton "Sinister"
Released 2001. David and Sue wrote track 9, "Second Best". David and Sue also sang backing vocals on this CD.
Released March 1991, Giant Records
David was one of the scores of celebrities who took part in this record, recorded especially for U.S. troops serving in the Persian Gulf War.
The recording of this song was part of a documentary shown on the Fox network in the US. See details here.
Released 1976, Warner Bros Records Catalog no.: 2932.
David Cassidy sang backup on this album. He's pictured on the inside sleeve in a small group shot. America members Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell had both worked on David's RCA albums.
Richie Furay "Dance A Little Light"
Released 1978, Asylum Catalog no.: 6E-115.
Album by Poco member Richie Furay, who had played with David. David sings backup on the songs Your Friends, Yesterday's Gone and Stand Your Guard.
Randy Meisner "Randy Meisner"
Released 1978, Asylum Catalog no.: 6E-140
Self-titled album by the ex-Eagle member that David sings backup on. He sings on Please Be With Me, Take It To The Limit and I Really Want You Here Tonight.
Jim Krieger "Sweet Salvation"
Released 1978, Columbia Records Catalog no.: 35295
David Cassidy sings backup on this album.
Ted Gardestad "Blue Virgin Isles"
Relased January 1978. David would have done the recording in Autumn of 1977 in LA. David is credited with backing vocals and clapping.
The Doobie Brothers "Takin' It To The Streets"
Single BS 2899, Warner Brothers, 1976