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Anthology

Review Both their FM and AM hits (this band sounded good on both sides of the dial)- How Much I Feel; Biggest Part of Me; Nice, Nice, Very Nice; Holdin' On to Yesterday; You're the Only Woman; Cowboy Star; And Somewhere I've Never Travelled , and more.
Firefall - Greatest Hits

Review 12 remastered tracks including 'Nice, Nice Very Nice', 'Holdin' On To Yesterday' & 'We Need You Too'. 2002.
Baby Come Back: The Best Of Player

Review Relayer & Friday Music are pleased to announce Ambrosia's Ambrosia & Somewhere I've Never Travelled together in a deluxe 2 CD set. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the 20th Century Fox Records tapes, these amazing classics truly rock as you remember them. Noted for the hypnotic rock ballad "Holdin' On To Yesterday," the band went deeper into the prog synthesis with the masterful "Nice, Nice, Very Nice" (based on the writings of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "Cat's Cradle"). The Ambrosia LP along with their masterwork Somewhere I've Never Travelled, truly have stood the test of time!
Dance With Me: The Best of Orleans

Review Nice, Nice, Very Nice; Livin' on My Own; You're the Only Woman; And Somewhere I've Never Traveled; Time Waits for No One; How Much I Feel; Magical Mystery Tour; Drink of Water; Holdin' on to Yesterday, and Biggest Part of Me.
The Best of Pablo Cruise: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection

Review This L.A. art-rock band started mastering the art of pop-rock and the pop ballad as the '80s approached. This 1980 LP found them rising to #25 as the album's singles Biggest Part of Me and You're the Only Woman reached #3 and #13. Their soaring melodies and harmonies sound splendid on this remastered reissue; also includes Ready; Shape I'm In; Kamikaze; No Big Deal, and more! Rock Candy.
I'd Really Love to See You Tonight and Other Hits

Review No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: AMBROSIA
Title: SOMEWHERE I'VE NEVER TRAVELLED
Street Release Date: 02/01/2000
Domestic
Genre: ROCK/POP
Superhits: Paul Davis

Review Ambrosia by Ambrosia

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


The Best of Atlanta Rhythm Section: 20th Century Masters (Millennium Collection)

Review Ambrosia's final LP hit the charts in May of '82, sending it's single How Can You Love Me to the charts that June. Piano battles guitar on that pop-rock gem, which joins Still Not Satisfied; Feelin' Alive Again; Fool Like Me; Kid No More ; the seven-minute prog-pop epic Ice Age, and more. Rare photos and new interview in the booklet! Rock Candy.
Little River Band: All-Time Greatest Hits

Review Ambrosia released their masterwork with the magical Life Beyond L.A. Filled with an array of stellar songs written by David Pack,Burleigh Drummond & Joe Puerta, this LP offered an organically band produced project which yielded them massive airplay and one of the finest places ever in pop music history with the brilliant "How Much I Feel." This slice of musical manna topped the charts in 1978 and brought the band a whole new level of stardom. Friday Music is proud to announce Ambrosia's Life Beyond L.A.-The Deluxe Edition, now enhanced with a 1978 unreleased live concert bonus disc!
The Best of Stephen Bishop - 20th Century Masters: Millennium Collection

Review UK collection from the Los Angeles-based Soft Rock quartet. Ambrosia was founded by guitarist/vocalist David Pack, bassist/vocalist Joe Puerta, keyboardist Christopher North, and drummer Burleigh Drummond. The band fused symphonic Art Rock with a slickly produced pop sound. 13 tracks including 'Biggest Part of Me', 'Magical Mystery Tour', 'How Much I Feel' and many more.
Seals & Crofts' Greatest Hits

Review Both their FM and AM hits (this band sounded good on both sides of the dial)- How Much I Feel; Biggest Part of Me; Nice, Nice, Very Nice; Holdin' On to Yesterday; You're the Only Woman; Cowboy Star; And Somewhere I've Never Travelled , and more.
Ambrosia - The Essentials

Review 12 remastered tracks including 'Nice, Nice Very Nice', 'Holdin' On To Yesterday' & 'We Need You Too'. 2002.
Firefall - Greatest Hits

Review Relayer & Friday Music are pleased to announce Ambrosia's Ambrosia & Somewhere I've Never Travelled together in a deluxe 2 CD set. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the 20th Century Fox Records tapes, these amazing classics truly rock as you remember them. Noted for the hypnotic rock ballad "Holdin' On To Yesterday," the band went deeper into the prog synthesis with the masterful "Nice, Nice, Very Nice" (based on the writings of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "Cat's Cradle"). The Ambrosia LP along with their masterwork Somewhere I've Never Travelled, truly have stood the test of time!
Baby Come Back: The Best Of Player

Review Nice, Nice, Very Nice; Livin' on My Own; You're the Only Woman; And Somewhere I've Never Traveled; Time Waits for No One; How Much I Feel; Magical Mystery Tour; Drink of Water; Holdin' on to Yesterday, and Biggest Part of Me.
Dance With Me: The Best of Orleans

Review This L.A. art-rock band started mastering the art of pop-rock and the pop ballad as the '80s approached. This 1980 LP found them rising to #25 as the album's singles Biggest Part of Me and You're the Only Woman reached #3 and #13. Their soaring melodies and harmonies sound splendid on this remastered reissue; also includes Ready; Shape I'm In; Kamikaze; No Big Deal, and more! Rock Candy.
I'd Really Love to See You Tonight and Other Hits

Review No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: AMBROSIA
Title: SOMEWHERE I'VE NEVER TRAVELLED
Street Release Date: 02/01/2000
Domestic
Genre: ROCK/POP
Superhits: Paul Davis

Review Ambrosia by Ambrosia

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


The Best of Atlanta Rhythm Section: 20th Century Masters (Millennium Collection)

Review Ambrosia's final LP hit the charts in May of '82, sending it's single How Can You Love Me to the charts that June. Piano battles guitar on that pop-rock gem, which joins Still Not Satisfied; Feelin' Alive Again; Fool Like Me; Kid No More ; the seven-minute prog-pop epic Ice Age, and more. Rare photos and new interview in the booklet! Rock Candy.
The Best of Pablo Cruise: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection

Review Ambrosia released their masterwork with the magical Life Beyond L.A. Filled with an array of stellar songs written by David Pack,Burleigh Drummond & Joe Puerta, this LP offered an organically band produced project which yielded them massive airplay and one of the finest places ever in pop music history with the brilliant "How Much I Feel." This slice of musical manna topped the charts in 1978 and brought the band a whole new level of stardom. Friday Music is proud to announce Ambrosia's Life Beyond L.A.-The Deluxe Edition, now enhanced with a 1978 unreleased live concert bonus disc!
The Very Best of Christopher Cross

Review UK collection from the Los Angeles-based Soft Rock quartet. Ambrosia was founded by guitarist/vocalist David Pack, bassist/vocalist Joe Puerta, keyboardist Christopher North, and drummer Burleigh Drummond. The band fused symphonic Art Rock with a slickly produced pop sound. 13 tracks including 'Biggest Part of Me', 'Magical Mystery Tour', 'How Much I Feel' and many more.

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