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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
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      1. Shaun Cassidy's songwriting
           From: Richard Gagnon 


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Message: 1
   Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 14:32:32 -0400
   From: Richard Gagnon 
Subject: Shaun Cassidy's songwriting

Billy wrote:
> Also dig around and find a copy of "Hey Deanie" just for the flip 
> "Teen Dream"...the best song Shawn ever wrote and recorded.

Oh, I don't know...it's fine, but my personal favorite is the flip of 
"Da Doo Ron Ron", a song he wrote called "Holiday", also found on his 
debut album. Very nice, wistful and soaring. I'm also partial to "Taxi 
Dancer", from "Under Wraps".

Methinks Shaun's a much better songwriter than half-bro David. In fact, 
Shaun's a fine writer, period: a couple of his episodes of CBS' "The 
Agency" from last season were examples of some wonderful scripting.

Richard



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