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Ambrosia – One Eighty


Dave Pack (vocals, guitar)
Christopher North (keyboards, vocals)
David C. Lewis (keyboards)
Joe Puerta (bass, vocals)

Royce Jones (vocals, percussion)
Burleigh Drummand (drums)

Produced by: Ambrosia, Freddie Piro
Engineered by: Joe Bellamy, Win Kutz
Mixed by : Joe Bellamy, Win Kutz
Mastered by: Doug Sax
Digitally Remastered by: Jon Astley

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Ambrosia was formed in southern California in 1970. They had five Top Forty hit singles between 1975 and 1980. Warner Brothers originally released One Eighty in 1980 and it produced two of the year’s biggest hits. The first, “Biggest Part of Me”, reached number three for three weeks on the Hot 100 and crossed over to the soul chart, where it peaked at number thirty-five. The second, another blue-eyed soul hit, “You’re the Only Woman (You & I)”, reached No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. One Eighty earned the band three Grammy nominations, including Best Pop Vocal Group. A headlining world tour followed. For the Japanese leg of the tour, the group was joined by their longtime friend guitarist Cliff Woolley (formerly of The Association). The title of the album One Eighty was believed by fans to signal the group’s “180-degree” change in direction. In actuality, it was so named because it was recorded in January 1980 (1/80). They dedicated one of their songs to Sandie Clark.

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