The Brady Bunch - Phonographic Album album
The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album is the fourth and final studio album by American pop group the Brady Bunch. It was released on June 18, 1973, by Paramount Records. In 1996, the album was released on CD for the first time with the addition of three bonus tracks from 1973's Chris Knight & Maureen McCormick.
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The Kids from the Brady Bunch. The Kids from the Brady Bunch is the third studio album by American pop group the Brady Bunch. It was released on December 4, 1972, by Paramount Records. Two songs on the album, "It's a Sunshine Day" and "Keep On", were featured on season 4, episode 16 of The Brady Bunch, "Amateur Nite".
The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album. The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album.
Expectedly, the music was either penned by professional songwriters or covers of already-established hits, and is complete lightweight fluff - as sampled on such releases as 1970's Merry Christmas, 1972's Meet the Brady Bunch and The Kids From the Brady Bunch, plus 1973's The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album - as the then-kid actors churn out forgettable covers of such renowned. tracks as "American Pie," "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo," "Saturday in the Park," and "Summer Breeze.
Style: pop. Album year: 1972. The Brady Bunch - Merry-Go-Round 01:59. The Brady Bunch - You Need That Rock 'N Roll 02:49. The Brady Bunch - Drummer Man 02:14. It's A Sunshine Day : The Best Of The Brady Bunch - The Brady Bunch. Meet The Brady Bunch - The Brady Bunch. Phonographic Album - The Brady Bunch.
Phonographic Album-Paramount 6058–1973. Chris Knight & Maureen McCormick-Paramount 6062–1973. It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch-MCA 10764–1993. Also includes solo recordings as indicated. Single (A-side, B-side). Harmonize" b/w "Love's In The Roses" Maureen McCormick solo single. Love Doesn't Care Who's In It" b/w "Gum Drop" Mike Lookinland solo single. Spin-offs, sequels, and reunions.
|A1||Zuckerman's Famous Pig||3:03|
|A2||I'd Love You To Want Me||3:18|
|A5||A Simple Man||2:35|
|B1||Everything I Do||2:38|
|B5||Gonna Find A Rainbow||2:38|
- Distributed By – Famous Music Corporation
- Produced For – Wednesday's Child Productions
- Arranged By – Al Capps
- Design – John And Barbara Casado
- Performer – Barry Williams, Chris Knight , Eve Plumb, Maureen McCormick, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen
- Photography By – Albert Watson
- Producer – Jackie Mills
NotesA1 + B4 from the motion picture "Charlotte's Web".
B6 from the motion picture "Tom Sawyer".
Category PAS 6058 on backcover, Category PAS-6058 on the labels.
|M 8091-6058||The Brady Bunch||Phonographic Album (8-Trk, Album)||Paramount Records||M 8091-6058||US||1973|
|PAS-6058||The Brady Bunch||Phonographic Album (LP, Album, RE)||Paramount Records||PAS-6058||US||2004|
|UICY-76726||The Brady Bunch||Phonographic Album (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Geffen Records||UICY-76726||Japan||2014|
|PAS 6058||The Brady Bunch||The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album (LP, Album)||Paramount Records||PAS 6058||Canada||1973|
|PAS-6058||The Brady Bunch||Growing Up With The Brady Bunch (LP, Album)||Paramount Records||PAS-6058||US||1973|