1972 Dan Cassidy – Dan Cassidy

Dan Cassidy is the eponymous album released by Dan (Daniel) Cassidy. His only album was released by Little David Records in 1972. Billboard said, “Dan Cassidy projects an immense strength and a rare understanding of the human predicament circa early 1970s on this his initial album effort. He’s seen his share of the unpretty side of life and his lyrics reflect this with the utmost sincerity and compassion.”

Daniel Cassidy (1943 – October 11, 2008) was an American writer, filmmaker, musician, and academic. He is known for his 2007 book How the Irish Invented Slang in which he suggests that many American slang words are of Irish origin.


1  Nothing Can Stop This Dream (Dan Cassidy; Mike Deasy) 03:19
2  Wintersong (Dan Cassidy) 06:50
3  Take The Time (Dan Cassidy) 03:57
4  James Connally (Dan Cassidy) 05:43
5  We Are The Children (Dan Cassidy) 03:13
6  34th St. To L.A. (Dan Cassidy) 04:05
7  Dopefiend Song (Dan Cassidy) 05:47
8  We All Once Lived In A Valley (Dan Cassidy) 05:01
9  Make The Poet The King (Dan Cassidy) 03:47
10  The Irish And Their Gin Mill Gin (Dan Cassidy) 03:55


BassCarl Radle
BassJerry Scheff
DrumsJim Keltner
GuitarMike Deasy
GuitarKenny Rankin
GuitarDan Cassidy
KeyboardsLarry Knechtel
KeyboardsVictor Feldman
FluteJackie Kelso
SaxJim Horn
PercussionGary Coleman
VocalsDan Cassidy

Liner Notes

Producer – Jack Lewis, Monte Kay
Arranged By (Strings) – Mike Deasy
Engineer – Chris Henshaw, Richie Schmitt, Buck Herring
Mixed By – Richie Schmitt
Orchestration – Don Peak

Graphics – Tom Wilkes
Photography – Barry Feinstein

Mixed At RCA
Recorded At Record Plant
Recorded At Sun West
Recorded At RCA
Copyright Little David Records