David Cassidy's 10 Most Memorable Songs

The actor-singer, who died Tuesday, was best known for the classic "I Think I Love You," but he had numerous other hits.

David Cassidy, who died Tuesday at age 67, is best known for his role on the 1970s television series The Partridge Family, but the singer-actor had a musical career that stretched over a few decades.

The pop artist and former teen heartthrob notched his first hit when "I Think I Love You," the debut song released by the made-for-TV musical family act (in which he played Keith Partridge), reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1970. He went on to release several solo albums in addition to his Partridge Family recordings.

Cassidy's final album was released in 1998: Old Trick New Dog brought things full circle with several new versions of Partridge Family tracks, including the classic "I Think I Love You," plus other songs.

Below is a look back at 10 of the best Cassidy songs, including a mix of solo and Partridge offerings.

"The Last Kiss"

"Cherish"

"I Write the Songs"

"I Think I Love You"

"Daydreamer"

"I Woke Up in Love This Morning"

"How Can I Be Sure"

"I Can Feel Your Heartbeat"

"Breaking Up Is Hard to Do"

"White Christmas"

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.