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- Released: May 20, 1997
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: Warner Bros / WEA
- 1.Mama Don't Understand
- 2.Biggest Part Of Me
- 3.You're The Only Woman
- 4.Nice, Nice, Very Nice
- 5.Life Beyond L.A.
- 6.Livin' On My Own
- 7.Holdin' On To Yesterday
- 9.How Much I Feel
- 10.Time Waits For No One
- 11.I Just Can't Let Go
- 12.Heart To Heart
- 13.And...Somewhere I've Never Travelled
- 14.Sky Is Falling
- 15.Still Not Satisfied
- 16.Cowboy Star
Ambrosia: David Pack (vocals, guitar); Chris North (vocals, keyboards); Joe Puerta (vocals, bass); Burleigh Drummond (vocals, drums, percussion).
Additional personnel includes: Michael McDonald, James Ingram (vocals).
Personnel: David Pack (vocals, guitar); Christopher North (vocals, keyboards); Burleigh Drummond (vocals, drums, percussion); Joe Puerta, James Ingram (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Arthur Levy .
For various legal reasons, no Ambrosia recordings were released on compact disc in America until 1997's Anthology, and while it's an imperfect collection, it does offer a reasonably thorough overview of the group's career. It only briefly touches on their early art rock records, choosing to concentrate instead on their early-'80s soft rock hits like "Biggest Part of Me," "You're the Only Woman," and "How Much I Feel." As a result, dedicated prog rock fans will find this collection inadequate, but for most casual listeners, it will contain everything they need and then some, since the disc is padded with three new songs that are pleasant. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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