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Brady BunchMeet The Brady Bunch ... CD
Paramount/Universal (Japan), 1972. New Copy ... $22.99
Surprisingly great work from The Brady Bunch – a sextet of kids on early 70s TV, but who also got some very strong Sunshine Pop help for their records at the time! There's a sunny, sing-song feel to most of these tunes – but a vibe that goes past other kiddie pop of the period, like work by Donny Osmond or Bobby Sherman – who never got the same kind of handling as the Brady kids! The great Al Capp handled arrangements, and brings in a surprising amount of groovy touches – and the songs include a number of originals penned by the team of Danny Janssen and producer Jackie Mills – plus one number by Curt Boettcher as well. Titles include the classic "We Can Make The World A Whole Lot Brighter – plus "We'll Always Be Friends", "Day After Day", "Baby-I'm A Want You", "I Believe In You", "American Pie", "Me And You And A Dog Named Boo", and "Ain't It Crazy". CD

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Brady BunchBrady Bunch Phonographic Album ... CD
Paramount/Universal (Japan), Mid 70s. New Copy ... Around November 19, 2014
One of the later albums cut by the Brady Bunch crew – a bit towards the end run of the show, and with a feel that's arguably hipper than some of their other records! The arrangements are by Al Capp, and have a nice bass bounce at the bottom – almost hitting a light funk style at times, and certainly grooving with plenty of sunshine pop touches overall. The vocals are still as cloying as you might expect, but our hat's off to Al for making the music so groovy – as that's really the highest part of the set! Titles include "Zuckerman's Famous Pig", "A Simple Man", "Parallel Lines", "Summer Breeze", "Yo Yo Man", and "Everything I Do". CD

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New Brady BunchBrady Bunch Phonographic Album ... LP
Paramount, Mid 70s. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
One of the later albums cut by the Brady Bunch crew – a bit towards the end run of the show, and with a feel that's arguably hipper than some of their other records! The arrangements are by Al Capp, and have a nice bass bounce at the bottom – almost hitting a light funk style at times, and certainly grooving with plenty of sunshine pop touches overall. The vocals are still as cloying as you might expect, but our hat's off to Al for making the music so groovy – as that's really the highest part of the set! Titles include "Zuckerman's Famous Pig", "A Simple Man", "Parallel Lines", "Summer Breeze", "Yo Yo Man", and "Everything I Do". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing!)
 
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VariousTelevision's Greatest Hits Vol 2 ... CD
TV Tunes, 1986. Used ... $6.99
2nd volume in this classic series – with a cool mix of TV themes to cartoons, sitcoms, and spy/crime shows! The 65 song set includes such favorites as The Three Stoges, Johnny Quest, Spiderman, Underdog, Route 66, I Spy, The Saint, Outer Limits, NBC Mystery Movie, Rawhide, Brady Bunch, Patridge Family, Car 54 Where Are You, The Odd Couple, Mary Tyler Moore, and lots lots more! CD
(Out of print.)

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New Peppermint Trolley CompanyPeppermint Trolley Company ... LP
Acta, 1968. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
These guys are best remembered for their theme to The Brady Bunch – but this earlier album is far far better than that – a tremendous Sunshine Pop gem from the late 60s, baroque one minute, sweet the next – and always filled with a fresh sense of musical surprise! The group get a bit of help on the record from Roger Nichols and Chad Stuart (of Chad & Jeremy) – and their work here definitely echoes with the greatness of both guests – far more complicated than regular California pop of the time, with hardly an ear for the charts – and a timeless quality that's possibly better discovered from the perspective of the 21st century than the era it was released! Vocals are way more than just sweet harmonies too – as they often have an undercurrent of darkness, and a bit more of an edge than you might guess – bringing real magic to tunes that include "Trust", "Beautiful Sun", "Reflections On A Universal Theme", "I've Got To Be Going", "I Remember Long Ago", "Put Your Burden Down", "Pat's Song", and "Fatal Fallacy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing. Cover has a cutout hole and some edge wear.)
 
 
 
 



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