It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch

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It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch
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Greatest hits album by The Brady Bunch
Released 1993
Recorded 1972–1976
Genre Pop
Length 46:15
Label MCA Records
Professional ratings
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch is a 1993 greatest hits album by American pop group The Brady Bunch released by MCA Records.


The Brady Bunch recorded four albums in the early 1970s on Paramount Records: Merry Christmas from The Brady Bunch, Meet The Brady Bunch, The Kids from The Brady Bunch and The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album. There were also various solo singles, and an LP consisting of just Christopher Knight and Maureen McCormick. Barry Williams began work on a solo album, but only six tracks were recorded before the album was cancelled. Along with the Christmas album, It's a Sunshine Day is one of the only Brady Bunch albums currently in print.

In 1974 Paramount sold its record holdings to ABC (the network on which The Brady Bunch had aired). ABC in turn sold their record holdings to MCA in 1979.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Theme from The Brady Bunch"
  2. Promo Intro
  3. "It's a Sunshine Day"
  4. "We Can Make the World a Whole Lot Brighter"
  5. "American Pie"
  6. "Born to Say Goodbye" (Solo song by Florence Henderson)
  7. "Keep On"
  8. "Time to Change"
  9. "Sweet Sweetheart" (Barry Williams solo song)
  10. "I Just Want to be Your Friend"
  11. "Merry Go Round"
  12. "Charlotte's Web"
  13. "Candy (Sugar Shoppe)"
  14. "Cheyenne" (Barry Williams solo song)
  15. "Road to Love" (Chris Knight & Maureen McCormick duet)
  16. "Gonna Find a Rainbow"
  17. "Truckin' Back to You" (Maureen McCormick solo song)
  18. "Frosty the Snowman"
  19. "We'll Always Be Friends"
  20. Promo Outro


"If you have fond memories of watching The Brady Bunch while growing up or if you have all the episodes on tape, there's no escaping it — It's A Sunshine Day: The Best of the Brady Bunch is indispensable" - Stephen Thomas Erlewine for Allmusic.

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