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Label: Warner Brothers
Catalog Number: 47566
|2.||Somewhere I've Never Travelled||4:12|
|6.||I Wanna Know||6:02|
|8.||Danse With Me George||7:51|
|9.||Can't Let A Woman||4:24|
|10.||We Need You Too||5:33|
|Total Running Time:||45:41|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: September 30, 2003 at 22:55|
|Ambrosia's adventurous yet accessible music was one of the high points of the 70s. If you missed out on them, grab this album, as well as their first, self-titled album. (Later albums, while good, lost much of the band's progressive edge.) Unless you're one of those stuffy types who can't stand a little well composed pop mixed in with your prog, I guarantee you'll be utterly charmed by this talented group.|
|From: Hrudet||Date: May 23, 2004 at 15:44|
|This is one of those musical adventures that doesn't rely on extreme musicianship, virtuoso, and the like. It is more an example of ambitious creativity, inventiveness, talent and chemistry. So wipe your notions away of this band as a Pop group, and try this cd with open ears and mind, and find out what many progheads missed in the 70's with this band.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: July 8, 2020 at 3:51|
|Pomp Westcoast AOR in here 👍...# 8,9 & 10(nice) are the ones for me.70/100|
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