Time After Time - Blix Street G2 10073 - 2000
The songs are compiled very tastefully and there is an overall acoustic, folkish mood to the album. On a 3-4 songs the bluesy side of Cassidy is expressed, but otherwise the album is characterized by beautiful and quiet ballads; and of course by Cassidy's beautiful voice and fine guitar playing.
The album contains many of her greatest recordings and I would particularly highlight the beautiful folk songs "Penny to My Name" and "I Wandered by a Brookside". Cassidy's version of Cindy Lauper's "Time after Time" is also very beautiful. There are also successful versions of the more well-known songs such as Paul Simon's "Kathy 's Song" and Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" .In the more electric end Steven Digman's great "Easy Street Dream" is a highlight.
All in all, perhaps the most consistent Cassidy album.