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
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This was America's first album that failed to chart. No singles were released from the album. Fans present at the actual performance at the Arlington Theater have claimed that additional songs performed by the group, but not included on the final release, included "Sandman," "Never Be Lonely," "Can't Fall Asleep To A Lullaby", and "Old Man Took. Tin Man" (Dewey Bunnell/Lee Bunnell) (3:30). I Need You" (Gerry Beckley) (2:25). You Can Do Magic (1996). Premium Gold Collection (1996). Centenary Collection (1996). The Legendary America (1998). The Best of America (1999). Hits You Remember Live (2001).
In stock on April 13, 2019. Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who bought this item also bought With lyrics like this - America the Band was never cool or hip. And for sure even die-hard fans would have to admit that as the albums went on an uneasy easy-listening schmaltz started to creep in amidst those immaculate Production values and sweet Harmony Vocals. But like Bread and the Eagles - they made music that reached out to millions of people - and on the evidence presented here - it's obvious why.
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America celebrates its half-centennial this year with a trio of compilations that follow the iconic Grammy-winning band to the top of the pop charts, across musical eras, and deep into the hearts of innumerable fans. 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 hit Sister Golden Hair
Produced by the legendary George Martin (The Beatles), this 1976 platter was filled with a generous helping of their most popular hit tracks from many smash albums like AMERICA (Friday Music 9001), HOMECOMING (Friday Music 9013), HEARTS and HOLIDAY. Friday Music is pleased to announce for the very first time on audiophile vinyl HISTORY/ AMERICA'S GREATEST HITS. Wrong album? Let us know. Expand player Collapse player. After many successful albums and top charting hit singles, Warner Bros. honored the legendary America with their first best of collection HISTORY/ AMERICA'S GREATEST HITS. Produced by the legendary George Martin (The Beatles), this 1976 platter was filled with a generous helping of their most popular hit tracks from many smash albums like AMERICA (Friday Music 9001), HOMECOMING (Friday Music 9013), HEARTS and HOLIDAY.
|A1||A Horse With No Name (Live)|
|A2||Sister Golden Hair (Live)|
|A3||Ventura Highway (Live)|
|A4||Tin Man (Live)|
|A5||You Could've Been The One|
|B1||You Can Do Magic|
|B3||Cast The Spirit|
|B4||I Need You (Live)|
|B5||All My Life|
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