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Friday, February 21, 2020

Another good hiding place is record albums. This 1971 Partridge Family book cover is a gem of TV nostalgia. I think I remember the series airing on Friday nights for a short while. The music, thanks to repeat airings, lasted much longer. “I think I love you” sold over 5 million copies, bearing the Beatles “Let it be.” David Cassidy, the only Partridge to actually perform the songs was a worldwide sensation for a time. There tucked between Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass and Mitch Miller vinyl was this book cover unused and wait to be discovered. I was happy to oblige. #found #music #partridgefamily #nostalgia #tvshow #1970s #estatesalefinds #beatles #discovery #entertainment #foundastory


Another good hiding place is record albums. This 1971 Partridge Family book cover is a gem of TV nostalgia. I think I remember the series airing on Friday nights for a short while. The music, thanks to repeat airings, lasted much longer. “I think I love you” sold over 5 million copies, bearing the Beatles “Let it be.” David Cassidy, the only Partridge to actually perform the songs was a worldwide sensation for a time. There tucked between Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass and Mitch Miller vinyl was this book cover unused and wait to be discovered. I was happy to oblige. #music #partridgefamily #nostalgia #tvshow #1970s #estatesalefinds #beatles #discovery #entertainment #foundastory

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