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Kids From the Brady Bunch
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
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The kiddiest Brady Bunch record, but not the worst!
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There really is no horrible Brady album, so the title of this review really has no meaning. Anyway, this CD has some of the best tracks, a Beatles-toppling "Love Me Do", "Merry Go Round", "Keep On", "Playin' the Field", and "It's a Sunshine Day". The others suck. Also included are 3 mediocre-to-horrible tracks from CHRIS KNIGHT & MAUREEN McCORMICK."
Johnny Heering | 09/14/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This second Brady album delivers more of the same, with a slick pro band backing the kids as they do their best to sing together and with solos. Notable winners include the TV-famous "It's a Sunshine Day" and "Keep On", the rather intricate vocal stylings of the catchy "Merry Go Round," a funny but interesting version of "Love Me Do," and the rockin' "Candy" which the good liner notes (indeed, all these Brady rereleases have pretty good background info) justly describes as borderline obscene. The rest aren't as memorable, with "You Need that Rockn'Roll" as a particular low point. It is interesting to note that this kind of teen dream phenomenon is still going on; Sabrina the Teenage Witch, for example, has her own spinoff saturday morning cartoon show and rock music album, except they only make her sing one song, having learned the Brady lesson. And yet, dated though much of this stuff is, the Brady kids did a remarkably good job under high pressure and ill-conceived ventures."
LB | Overland Park KS | 01/11/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Ok, this isn't about whether the music good or bad. We are not talking musical genuis, it is the Brady Bunch so what do you expect? This is about memories...I had this on 8-track when I was 8 or 9 years old and the songs bring back so many childhood memories you can't help but smile. If you are looking for high quality music, don't buy it, but if you are looking for a fun stroll down memory lane...go for it."