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How Much I Feel - Ambrosia - Life Beyond L.A.


1992
Label: Warner Bros. Records - WPCP-4802 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Art Rock
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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Life Beyond L. Ambrosia June 15, Add Caravan Of Love - Various - Deep Heat III Wishlist. Listen to this album and millions more.

First month free. Records, released in The album peaked at 19 on the Billboard Reviews Review Policy. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Pablo Cruise. Reflector is the sixth How Much I Feel - Ambrosia - Life Beyond L.A. album by the California soft rock group Pablo Cruise. The album charted slightly higher than its immediate predecessor, but still managed only to reach 34 in the US. Two changes in members were made before the album was released. After just two albums, bassist and Anna Hanski - 18 Suosituinta Bruce Day was replaced by John Pierce while additional guitarist Angelo Rossi was added.

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Waking and Dreaming is the fourth studio album by American pop rock band Orleans. It was released on August by Asylum Records. This would be the last album with John Hall. Diamond Girl. It was released in on Warner Bros. Sleeper Catcher Remastered. Little River Band. Sleeper Catcher is the fourth album by the Little River Band, released during From this album, the band earned its first two "top ten" U.

This is the band's last album to feature George McArdle on bass. The band is shown on the cover of the album playing the Australian game Two-up, and the Sleeper Catcher is a participant who retrieves bets left behind by a tardy gambler in the game. On July 30,the album became available for download at the iTunes Store. Ambrosia Albums. Road Island is the fifth and final album by Ambrosia, released in on Warner Bros.

The album marks the band's return to their progressive rock roots and it was the first one produced by James Guthrie. Despite positive reviews from critics, the album was a commercial disappointment, peaking at on the Billboard One Eighty. One Eighty is the fourth album by Ambrosia, released in on Warner Bros. The title was believed by fans to signal the group's "degree" change in direction. The album peaked at No. Somewhere I've Never Travelled. It is one of the 1st pressings issued in custom "pyramid" cover, having 3 fold-out panels that turn the cover into a Pyramid.

The album peaked at 79 on the Billboard None of its singles charted on the Billboard Hot Ambrosia is the self-titled debut album by Ambrosia. It was How Much I Feel - Ambrosia - Life Beyond L.A. in on 20th Century Fox Records. The latter sets to music the lyrics to a poem in Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle. Alan Parsons was the mixdown engineer for Ambrosia's first album and the producer for their second.

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  1. Aug 10,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ambrosia - Life Beyond L.A. at Discogs. Complete your Ambrosia collection/5().
  2. Ambrosia's third album (and first for Warner Bros.) is more commercial and less conceptual than their first two releases, Somewhere I've Never Travelled and the self-titled granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo album opens effectively with the title track, which is about life, or the lack thereof, in Los Angeles. The better songs on this album, including the title track and the top ten single "How Much I Feel," were 5/
  3. "How Much I Feel" is a song by American rock band Ambrosia. The song, written by the band's guitarist/vocalist David Pack, was released in the summer of as the lead single from their third album, Life Beyond L.A., peaking at position three on the Billboard Hot chart [3] and number two for three weeks on the Cash Box Top Genre: Soft rock.
  4. Dec 04,  · Life Beyond L.A. Was the last hurrah of the former and a definite shift toward the latter. But even good pop can be good, and here the original chemistry and craftsmanship are still on display. The bonus material -- a soundboard live recording from an industry promo event -- is a great added incentive to buy, since the set list encompasses the /5(44).
  5. Feb 22,  · Life Beyond L.A. is the third album by Ambrosia, and their first album on Warner Bros. Records, released in It marked the departure of their progressive rock roots in favor of a more commercial jazz & soft rock sound. The album peaked at #19 on the Billboard /5(11).
  6. Dec 04,  · Listen to Life Beyond L.A. by Ambrosia and 50 million songs with Amazon Music Unlimited. $/month after. Limited time offer. New subscribers only. Terms apply/5(44).

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