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It's a Sunshine Day - Best of the Brady Bunch
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
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Stephanie S. from VALATIE, NY
Reviewed on 1/4/2011...
This cd is exactly what I expected, which is why I love it. It's hilarious and also terrible. It features the tv show's theme song, which is a bonus. Some of the songs I remember from "back in the day", but other's were...ahem...unexpected surprises. This cd is a must for any true Brady fan. And I am one!
Scott C. (scotso) from EAST ISLIP, NY
Reviewed on 3/23/2010...
A True Classic Album, every child of the 70's should own. Shanana nanana shanananana!
A great sounding album with all the top hits you expect!
Sleestak | Socal Cali | 12/20/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Brady Six, the Silver Platters, even the theme song, they are all here on this most excellent Brady Bunch C.D.The songs you expect are all here; It's A Sunshine Day - Time To Change - Keep On - and you are treated to a wide variety of other tunes that will keep Brady fans entranced for the length of the C.D. The key here is the quality of the recordings, which is very, very high. I've heard some old TV C.D.s that sounded like someone recorded them in 1973 with a portable cassette deck, but this is not one of them. Throw this into your family stereo and this baby will pump out the Bradys like they were just recorded last week.My kids love this C.D. and it's fun to be able to pop something in the stereo that you don't have to mute when certain words come on if you get my drift.A great treat for Brady fans and lovers of bubblegum music everywhere, this C.D. will not disappoint!"
Guaranteed to make you smile
Michael J. Mazza | Pittsburgh, PA USA | 12/08/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Like many people of a certain age, I grew up watching the final seasons of "The Brady Bunch" when they were first broadcast. And then my sisters and I watched the endlessly broadcast re-runs over and over, to the point where we could repeat the dialogue with the actors. So naturally, I listened to "It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of the Brady Bunch" with a natural bias towards the material and the performers. But on repeated listening, I found that the kids from "Bunch" actually left behind a respectable body of music."The Brady Bunch," of course, was a beloved TV comedy series about a "blended" family of 6 kids. Like the characters of many other TV programs (such as "The Monkees" and "The Partridge Family"), the kids from "Bunch" embarked on a singing career both within the fictional universe of the show and in the "real" world. The CD is a quirky potpourri of songs from the TV show, cuts from the albums the kids recorded in the 70s, and some solo efforts, including a performance from Brady mom Florence Henderson. Excellent liner notes retell the story of how the six child actors from "The Brady Bunch" made their foray into pop music.The selections vary in quality, but the best selections remind us that some of these kids had real talent! Check out Barry Williams' performance on the unreleased rarity "Cheyenne," a well-crafted pop song with a Partridge Family-esque flavor. You can also have fun picking out the individual actor-singers during the solo sections on the classic title track. And enjoy the groovy 70s lyrics ("Can't you dig the sunshine?").Since "The Brady Bunch" premiered back in 1969, the show has resurfaced in a seemingly endless parade of TV, musical, and motion picture variations. And Bradyphiles like myself keep begging for more. So whether you grew up with the "Bunch" or converted to Brady fandom later in life, buy "It's a Sunshine Day." It'll make your world a whole lot brighter."