|A2||I Need You|
|A4||Sister Golden Hair|
|B1||You Can Do Magic|
|B4||Horse With No Name|
|CDP 7 48414 2||America||America In Concert (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 48414 2||US||1985|
|CDP 7 48414 2||America||America In Concert (CD, Album, RP)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 48414 2||US||Unknown|
|SLEM-1324||America||America In Concert (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||SLEM-1324||Mexico||1985|
|ST-512422||America||America In Concert (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-512422||US||1985|
|ECS-81729||America||America In Concert (LP, Album, Promo)||Capitol Records||ECS-81729||Japan||1985|
This was America's first album that failed to chart. No singles were released from the album.
In Concert is the third officially released live album by American folk rock duo America, released by King Biscuit Records in 1995. King Biscuit has released this concert in at least four different packages since it first came on the market in 1995 (see "Alternative cover art"). The fourth package from 2003 was retitled Greatest Hits Live.
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America Live (album) The album was recorded in July 1977 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California. It was the first to feature America as a duo, as Dan Peek had left the group for a solo career two months prior to the recording of this album. The album was produced by George Martin. This was America's first album that failed to chart.
Recorded during the band's 1982 commercial renaissance with "You Can Do Magic," this is a live album that's also a de facto greatest-hits package. The departure of founding member Dan Peek notwithstanding, the group's harmonies sound as good as ever, and in a concession to '80s taste that makes sense, the band's '70s soft-rock arrangements on songs like "A Horse With No Name" and "Ventura Highway" are toughened up ever so slightly; the concert performance here of "Sister Golden Hair," for example
America is the debut studio album by America, released in 1971. It was initially released without "A Horse with No Name", which was released as a single in late 1971. When "A Horse with No Name" became a worldwide hit in early 1972, the album was re-released with that track. The album went to No. 1 on the Billboard album chart in the United States and stayed there for five weeks
Probably their most original work was off their first album "America". Songs like "Horse with No Name" and "Sandman" showed versitility and style. After that success, the albums began to focus more on hits than on the music. So in that light I was never enamored by this group. This album, recorded in September 1982, covers most of AMERICA's biggest hits and includes songs from the album "A View From The Ground", another great collection from AMERICA. There are two songs that I wish they had included on this album, and that would be "Lonely People" and "Right Before Your Eyes".
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