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  • Performer: The Brady Bunch
  • Album: Meet The Brady Bunch
  • FLAC: 1616 mb | MP3: 1990 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: US
  • Style: Vocal
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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The Brady Bunch - Meet The Brady Bunch album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 We'll Always Be Friends
Written-By – D. Janssen*, J. Mills*
2:37
A2 Day After Day
Written-By – P. Ham*
3:09
A3 Baby I'm-A Want You
Written-By – D. Gates*
2:42
A4 I Believe In You
Written-By – D. Janssen*, J. Mills*
1:56
A5 American Pie
Written-By – D. McLean*
3:39
A6 Time To Change
Written-By – B. Meshel*, C. Welch*, R. Bloodworth*
2:08
B1 Me And You And A Dog Named Boo
Written-By – K. LaVoie*
3:00
B2 I Just Want To Be Your Friend
Written-By – C. Boettcher*
2:33
B3 Love My Life Away
Written-By – D. Janssen*, J. Mills*
2:38
B4 Come Run With Me
Written-By – J. Bryant*, R. Obegi*
2:43
B5 Ain't It Crazy
Written-By – D. Janssen*, J. Mills*
2:07
B6 We Can Make The World A Whole Lot Brighter
Written-By – M. Gately*, R. John*
2:25

Credits

  • Arranged By – Al Capps
  • Photography By [Cover] – Jim Jenkins
  • Producer – Jackie Mills

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988031115916
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PAS-6032 The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch ‎(LP, Album) Paramount Records PAS-6032 US 1972
PAS-6032 The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch ‎(LP, Album, Mon) Paramount Records PAS-6032 US 1972
SPFL 284, OC 062 ○ 93541 The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch ‎(LP, Album) Paramount Records, Paramount Records SPFL 284, OC 062 ○ 93541 UK 1973
PAS-6032 The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch ‎(LP, Album) Paramount Records PAS-6032 US 1972
PAS-6032 The Brady Bunch Meet The Brady Bunch ‎(LP, Album, RE) Paramount Records PAS-6032 US Unknown


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Meet the Brady Bunch is the second studio album by American pop group the Brady Bunch. It was released on April 17, 1972, by Paramount Records. Two songs on the album, "We Can Make the World a Whole Lot Brighter" and "Time to Change", were featured on season 3, episode 16 of The Brady Bunch, "Dough Re Mi". In 1996, the album was released on CD for the first time with the addition of two bonus tracks from 1973's Chris Knight & Maureen McCormick.

The Brady Bunch is a popular 1970s sitcom series which was created by Sherwood Schwartz and starred Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, and Ann B. Davis. The series revolved around a large blended family. The show originally aired from 26 September 1969 to 8 March 1974 on ABC and was subsequently syndicated internationally. In 1997, "Getting Davy Jones" (season 3, episode 12) was ranked No. 37 on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All-Time.

Features Song Lyrics for The Brady Bunch's Meet The Brady Bunch album. I Just Want to Be Your Friend Lyrics. The Brady Bunch Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The Brady Bunch Lyrics.

I was crazy about the Brady Bunch when original episodes of the series aired on ABC in the early 70s and when I saw this LP for the first time staring right at me at the local department store I asked my parents if I could have it. I liked what I heard, especially the two strongest songs - "Time To Change" and "We Can Make The World" - and I wore the LP ou. 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.

Meet the Brady Bunch is the first album from the sitcom family and, with its light, vaguely hippie sentiments and music, it set the pace for all that follows. Musically, Meet the Brady Bunch isn't worth much - it's all crass, cheaply produced pop music that was designed to cash in on a particular moment in history - but it has value not only as a camp artifact, but also as evidence of how quickly the mainstream can co-opt and dilute the counter-culture

From the "Meet The Brady Bunch" album, 1972. Day After Day. Исполнитель.

Here's the story Of a lovely lady Who was bringing up three very lovely girls All of them had hair of gold Like their mother The youngest one in curls. It's the story Of a man named Brady Who was busy with three boys of his own They were four men Living all together Yet they were all alone. Til the one day when the lady met this fellow And they knew that it was much more than a hunch That this group must somehow form a family That's the way we all became the Brady bunch. The Brady bunch, the Brady bunch That's the way we became the Brady bunch.

The concept of "The Brady Bunch" started back in 1966 when Sherwood Schwartz (the creator and producer of the show) heard that somewhere between 20-30% of all families had at least one child from a previous marriage. He wrote a 30-minute pilot episode about a blended family; a man with three boys marries a lady with three girls and in the end they all go on the honeymoon together.