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When You Get a Little Lonely

by Maureen McCormick

When You Get a Little Lonely by Maureen McCormick

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When You Get a Little Lonely

by Maureen McCormick

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Label: Phantom Hill Records
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! She can do everything -- even carry a half-decent country tune. Maureen McCormick recorded her first album as part of The Brady Bunch in the early '70s, but it wasn't until this 1995 release that people believed she could actually sing. Sort of. The highlight: "Tell Mama," a sassy, shuffling slice of Shania. The low point: Buddy Holly's "Oh Boy" is delivered with all the conviction of a glitzy variety-show number. McCormick has an array of top-notch session musicians behind her, but her thin voice has a hard time competing with the robust sound.

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Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! She can do everything -- even carry a half-decent country tune. Maureen McCormick recorded her first album as part of The Brady Bunch in the early '70s, but it wasn't until this 1995 release that people believed she could actually sing. Sort of. The highlight: "Tell Mama," a sassy, shuffling slice of Shania. The low point: Buddy Holly's "Oh Boy" is delivered with all the conviction of a glitzy variety-show number. McCormick has an array of top-notch session musicians behind her, but her thin voice has a hard time competing with the robust sound.

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Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! She can do everything -- even carry a half-decent country tune. Maureen McCormick recorded her first album as part of The Brady Bunch in the early '70s, but it wasn't until this 1995 release that people believed she could actually sing. Sort of. The highlight: "Tell Mama," a sassy, shuffling slice of Shania. The low point: Buddy Holly's "Oh Boy" is delivered with all the conviction of a glitzy variety-show number. McCormick has an array of top-notch session musicians behind her, but her thin voice has a hard time competing with the robust sound.