The Partridge Family (1970–1974)
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Waiting for Bolero 

Keith wants his own apartment so he can have some peace and quiet to write music. Shirley reluctantly agrees to let him move into a room in the house next door. Having his own place is not what he expects.

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Shirley Partridge
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Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
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Tracy Partridge
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Reuben Kincaid
Pamela Peters Solow ...
Vicky (as Pam Peters)
Leigh Webb ...
Archie
Ric Carrott ...
Bernie
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Keith wants his own apartment so he can have some peace and quiet to write music. Shirley reluctantly agrees to let him move into a room in the house next door. Having his own place is not what he expects.

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21 January 1972 (USA)  »

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The title is from the Samuel Becket play 'Waiting for Godot' which is considered one of the most influential plays of the 20th century, See more »

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Laurie Partridge: Bolero! On your first date?
Keith: I happen to like Bolero.
Danny: What's Bolero?
Laurie Partridge: You know about the birds and the bees, don't you?
Danny: Of course!
Laurie Partridge: Well, they got the idea from listening to Bolero.
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Every Song is You
Music and Lyrics by Terry Cashman and T. P. West
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The boy next door
17 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Waiting for Bolero" finds 17 year old Keith unable to write new songs for the upcoming album until he gets the privacy he needs away from his noisy siblings. A low rent room is available in exchange for a little light gardening, which turns out to be next door! Danny donates his services delivering food and laundry, for a price of course, while the 'light' gardening leaves Keith little time to do his homework, let alone get any songs done. The final straw comes when some uninvited friends drop by to party, interrupting a date with a cheerleader (this is where "Bolero" enters into it). The featured song is "Every Song is You," composed by Terry Cashman and T. P. West, from fifth LP SHOPPING BAG.


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