Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Danny Bonaduce


Although what passes for singing on this is not as wretched as, say, Rodney Allen Rippy's own Bell disk, Danny's no David Cassidy. I guess all you needed to get a record deal back then was a popular TV series, and MGM Records likely figured some young fan would be suckered into buying this. Featuring such sessioners as Ben Benay, this might qualify as a guilty pleasure. But I dare you to get through it more than once.

DIG IT

4 comments:

  1. Wow, Ed Greene on drums.
    Thank you very much.

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  2. It's been said that his singing can barely be heard on some/most of this, as a hired gun is the most prominent voice. See his wikipedia page.

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  3. I just posted my rip of the Ricky Segall album and a reader directed me here to this. I am going to have to take the plunge and listen...couldn't be worse than Little Ricky could it?!

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  4. On the "worse" scale, this is about an 8.

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