Merry Christmas from the Brady Bunch is the debut studio album by American pop group the Brady Bunch. It was released on November 2, 1970, by Paramount Records. The album was reissued in 1995 by MCA Records under the title Christmas with the Brady Bunch. The Little Drummer Boy". O Come, All Ye Faithful".
It is one of two Brady Bunch albums currently in print, the other being It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch. O Come All Ye Faithful".
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Christmas with The Brady Bunch (also known as Merry Christmas from The Brady Bunch) is an album released by Paramount Records in 1970. It was re-issued by MCA Records in 1995. It is one of two Brady Bunch albums currently in print, the other being It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch.
THE BRADY BUNCH is an American Classic. They have entertained Americans for several generations by now, and the appreciation for the show has grown well after the original run. They are fun to watch for people of all ages, partly because people of different ages are represented in the cast. Ann B. Davis steals the show most of the time, but every one of them contributes to the success of every episode. This CD is a collection of CHRISTMAS CAROLS performed by THE BRADY BUNCH. The songs are well known, and even if the quality of the performers is not tops from a musical point of view, the sound. Who wouldn't love a Christmas CD with The Brady Bunch singing? It's really a good album regardless of that. One person found this helpful.
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A Very Brady Christmas is a 1988 movie based on the television series The Brady Bunch, featuring all of the original actors who appeared in the series except Susan Olsen who was on her honeymoon when the film was being made; Jennifer Runyon took her place as Cindy. Also missing from the original cast was Allan Melvin who was the original Sam the butcher as veteran actor Lewis Arquette assumed the role for the film.