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Details for America - 2019 - 50th Anniversary: The Collection (3CD) [FLAC] (miok)
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Music : Bluegrass
America - 2019 - 50th Anniversary: The Collection (3CD) [FLAC]

Artist: America
Title: 50th Anniversary: The Collection
Format: 3xCD, Album, Compilation
Country: US
Producer: Various
Release Date: July 12, 2019
Label: Rhino Records/Warner Bros. Records
Catalog: 603497852208
Barcode: 603497852208
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Pop Rock
Duration: 173:38


America:





Wlkipedia:
America is an American rock band that was formed in London in 1970 by Dewey Bunnell, Dan Peek, and Gerry Beckley. The trio met as sons of US Air Force personnel stationed in London, where they began performing live.
Achieving significant popularity in the 1970s, the trio was famous for its close vocal harmonies and light acoustic folk rock sound. The band released a string of hit albums and singles, many of which found airplay on pop/soft rock stations.
The band came together shortly after the members' graduation from high school, and a record deal with Warner Bros. Records followed. Its debut 1971 album, America, included the transatlantic hits "A Horse with No Name" and "I Need You"; Homecoming (1972) included the single "Ventura Highway"; and Hat Trick (1973), a modest success on the charts which fared poorly in sales, included one minor hit song "Muskrat Love". 1974's Holiday featured the hits "Tin Man" and "Lonely People"; and 1975's Hearts generated the number one single "Sister Golden Hair" alongside "Daisy Jane." History: America's Greatest Hits, a compilation of hit singles, was released the same year and was certified multi-platinum in the United States and Australia. Peek left the group in 1977, and their commercial fortunes declined, despite a brief return to the top in 1982 with the single "You Can Do Magic".
The group continues to record material and tour with regularity. Its 2007 album Here & Now was a collaboration with a new generation of musicians who credited the band as an influence. America won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist and were nominated for Best Pop Vocal Group at the 15th Annual Grammy Awards in 1973. The group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2006 and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2012.


50th Anniversary: The Collection:



Rhino.com Review:
This new Three-CD Compilation Spotlights The Grammy-Winning Trio’s Enduring Musical Legacy Along With Several Rare And Unreleased Recordings.
Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell and Dan Peek began in 1970 as a young, wide-eyed trio that parlayed the runaway success of their #1 single “A Horse With No Name” into a string of hits in partnership with legendary producer George Martin.
Fans embraced the group for simply being themselves: three gifted singer-songwriters with a love of soaring melodies, close harmonies, and honest expression. In the collection’s liner notes, Bunnell says: “There wasn’t any contrivance in what we did.” Beckley adds: “We didn’t start out with some grand plan – it just turned into a soundtrack for so many people’s lives. That’s something that I treat with great respect.”
The three-disc version of 50th ANNIVERSARY: THE COLLECTION brings the core of America’s recorded legacy together with choice rarities like an early studio recording of “Ventura Highway,” a live performance of “Riverside,” and an unreleased demo for the #1 hit “Sister Golden Hair.” All of the band’s Top 10 singles are included here: “Horse With No Name,” “Ventura Highway,” “Tin Man,” “Lonely People” and more.


Tracklist:

CD1:

01. A Horse with No Name - 4:12
02. I Need You - 3:08
03. Sandman - 5:08
04. Here - 5:30
05. Rainy Day - 3:00
06. Three Roses - 3:54
07. Riverside (Live on Old Grey Whistle Test) - 3:03
08. Children (Live on Old Grey Whistle Test) - 3:13
09. Everyone I Meet Is from California (Single Version) - 3:06
10. Ventura Highway - 3:29
11. To Each His Own - 3:14
12. Don't Cross the River - 2:30
13. Only in Your Heart - 3:14
14. Cornwall Blank - 4:19
15. Till the Sun Comes up Again - 2:11
16. Head and Heart - 3:46

CD2:

01. Hat Trick - 8:26
02. Muskrat Love - 3:05
03. Green Monkey - 3:37
04. Submarine Ladies - 3:13
05. Molten Love - 3:08
06. It's Life - 4:00
07. Rainbow Song - 3:52
08. She's Gonna Let You Down - 3:40
09. Tin Man - 3:26
10. Another Try - 3:21
11. Lonely People - 3:27
12. Hollywood - 2:53
13. Baby It's up to You - 2:26
14. Old Man Took - 3:15
15. Mad Dog (Demo) - 2:43

CD3:

01. Midnight - 2:43
02. Sister Golden Hair - 3:20
03. Daisy Jane - 3:07
04. Woman Tonight - 2:25
05. Old Virginia - 3:31
06. Company - 3:26
07. Today's the Day - 3:17
08. Amber Cascades - 2:53
09. Watership Down (Alternate Mix) - 4:43
10. Letter - 3:05
11. God of the Sun - 3:16
12. Political Poachers - 2:41
13. Sarah - 2:47
14. Are You There - 2:53
15. You Can Do Magic - 3:55
16. Sergeant Darkness (Demo) - 2:52
17. Ventura Highway (Early Take 4) - 3:58
18. Sister Golden Hair (Demo) - 3:22
19. A Horse with No Name (Live) - 4:18


Personnel:

Current Members:

Gerry Beckley - lead and backing vocals, keyboards, guitars, bass, harmonica (1970–present)Dewey Bunnell - lead and backing vocals, guitars, percussion (1970–present)

Former Members:

Dan Peek - lead and backing vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, harmonica (1970–1977; died 2011)

Current Touring Musicians:

Richard Campbell - bass, vocals (2003–present)
Ryland Steen - drums, percussion (2014–present)
Steve Fekete - guitars, keyboards, backing vocals (2018–present)

Former Touring Musicians:

David Dickey - bass, backing vocals (1972–1980; died 2016)
David Atwood - drums, percussion (1972–1973)
Willie Leacox - drums, percussion (1973–2014)
Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuels - bass (1975; substitute for Dickey)
Jim Calire - keyboards, saxophone (1976–1979)
Tom Walsh - percussion (1976–1979)
Michael Woods - guitars, keyboards, vocals (1977–2014)
Bryan Garofalo - bass (1980–1981)
Bradley Palmer - bass, vocals (1981–2003)
Trent Stroh - bass, backing vocals (2003)
Chas Frichtell - bass, backing vocals (2003)
Bill Worrell - guitars, banjo, keyboards, backing vocals (2014–2016)
Andy Barr - guitars, banjo, keyboards, backing vocals (2016–2018)






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