From Cherry Red, includes 3 bonus tracks: https://www.cherryred.co.uk/product/david-cassidy-the-bell-years-1972-1974-4cd-boxset/ https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VBH71ZV?pf_rd_p=183f5289-9dc0-416f-942e-e8f213ef368b&pf_rd_r=SMH02JX6XBF7YM30MQ55 "Between 1972-74 David Cassidy was one of the world’s best-selling artists, both solo and as a member of The Partridge Family. This 4 CD 50 track clam shell box set covers all of his solo recordings for Bell Records during his most commercially successful years. Disc One is debut album “Cherish” which hit No.15 in the USA and No.2 in the UK. It includes the No.2 UK hit single ‘Could It Be Forever’ and the No.3 ‘I Am A Clown’ both of which were also major hits across most of Europe. The second disc is 1973’s UK No.2 LP “Rock Me Baby” which also reached No.41 in America. The title track was a UK No.11 hit and No.38 in the USA whilst ‘How Can I Be Sure’ gave David his first British No.1 single. Disc Three is “Dreams Are Nuthin’ More Than Wishes”, a UK Chart topper in November ’73. Includes the double A-side No.1 ‘The Puppy Song’ / ‘Daydreamer’ and now has the bonus of both sides of the No.9 smash ‘If I Didn’t Care’. The final disc in the box set is the In Concert “Cassidy Live! ’74” which hit No.9 in the UK and contains the Top 20 hit single ‘Please Please Me’. Each album is housed in a cardboard wallet with original front cover artwork and a back sympathetic to the original album design. The booklet contains lots of memorabilia and picture sleeves from the era as well as extensive liner notes."