Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Meet the Brady Bunch
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
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I WANT TO BE COUSIN OLIVER IN THIS ROCKIN' BAND!!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Their version of "Baby I'm-A Want You" must be sung by angels because it is so heavenly!! When I first heard the Brady's cover of "American Pie", I wanted to hop right in that Chevy and head on down to the levy with them, sing some songs, brush Marsha's hair, eat pork chops. This CD is one non-stop toe-tapping, toothy-grinning, feel-grrrrreat ride that I haven't experienced since the first time I heard 'Ace of Base'!!! If you love the Brady Bunch and you love good music, this CD was made for you!!!"
The day the music died
Johnny Heering | Bethel, CT United States | 10/01/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I don't know why this is called "Meet the Brady Bunch", when we already "met" them on their first album, that horrendous Christmas album. Maybe they just wanted us to forget that other album (I wish I could). Anyway, this album is a big improvement over their first album. Having said that, it's still not very good. Most of the kids could not sing at all, which they tried to cover up by having all six of them sing at once. The results don't sound very good. The poor results are really noticeable on the cover versions of recent songs, especially on "American Pie". And then there are the original songs, which don't sound much better. However, there is one decent performance here, which is the well known "Time To Change". On that one, they actually let Barry Williams and Maureen McCormick sing solos. Since those two could actually carry a tune, the results are a lot better. The CD adds two bonus tracks, which are from the rare "Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick" album, with Chris and Maureen singing one song each. Maureen is a much better singer than Chris, but Chris was given the better song of the two. This album is for Brady fanatics only."
Not so bad
Johnny Heering | 09/08/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"On this first real Brady Bunch album, after their abysmal Christmas effort, the kids do a credible job and the producer manages to put together a viable product, amazingly enough. He even coaxes some harmonies out of them. It's not as easy to sing with a crowd as you might think, especially when not eveyone can sing equally well. This album is notable, apart from the famous version of "American Pie," for the classic Brady tunes from the T.V. show (although these are different recordings of them), "Time to Change" and "We Can Make the World a Whole Lot Brighter." The Bradies remain a fascinating experiment of personalities, and while this is hardly genius stuff, much of it has time capsule appeal."