Title: One Eighty
Format: MP3 FLAC APE WMA MP2 RA AHX MP3 AU
FLAC size: 1412 mb | MP3 size: 1450 mb | WMA size: 1376 mb
It became their most successful album but lacks the ambition or inspiration that infused their first two albums. The prog rock style that characterized the group's early work is almost completely gone: The only real progressive cut is "Kamikaze," which attempts to create a stylized blend of prog rock and traditional Japanese music but comes off as stilted and awkward.
Ambrosia is the self-titled debut album by Ambrosia. It was released in 1975 on 20th Century Fox Records. It spawned the top 20 chart single "Holdin' on to Yesterday" as well as the minor hit "Nice, Nice, Very Nice". The latter sets to music the lyrics to a poem in Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Engineered Recording (other than Classical). Alan Parsons was the mixdown engineer for Ambrosia's first album and the producer for their second.
17, Dynamic Range Meter . 1 log date: 2018-04-29 16:11:09. Analyzed: Ambrosia, One Eighty -. DR Peak RMS Duration Track -DR12 -. 2 dB -1. 0 dB 4:27 01-Ready DR12 -. 0 dB -1. 1 dB 3:31 02-Shape I'm In DR13 -. 5 dB -1. 0 dB 4:05 03-Kamikaze DR13 -. 7 dB -1. 3 dB 4:22 04-You're The Only Woman (You & I).
Ambrosia - one eighty ? Japan obi (1992 WPCP-4803) rare audiophile. What happened to ambrosia? i guess the 80's happened. i like their debut album and the folow up as well, i even like their last 'road island' but this is a catastrophe. there is not even one good song here to save the day. music is meant for commercial duties, it's not even melodic rock, they are sticky songs made for.
|A2||Shape I'm In||3:29|
|A4||You're The Only Woman||4:20|
|A5||Rock N' A Hard Place||3:59|
|B1||Livin' On My Own||4:41|
|B2||Cryin' In The Rain||4:37|
|B3||No Big Deal||4:25|
|B4||Biggest Part Of Me||5:26|
- Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Recorded At – Location Recording Service
- Recorded At – Mama Jo's
- Recorded At – Monterey Sound Studios
- Recorded At – Warner Bros. Recording Studios
- Recorded At – Sound City Studios
- Mixed At – Location Recording Service
- Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
- Produced For – Rubicon Productions
- Published By – Attic Music
- Published By – Rubicon Music
- Pressed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Bass Guitar, Vocals – Joe Puerta
- Design – Glen Christensen
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Burleigh Drummond
- Engineer, Mixed By – Michael Verdick
- Guitar, Vocals – David Pack
- Mastered By – Doug Sax
- Organ, Chamberlin, Clavinet – Christopher North
- Photography By – Norman Seeff
- Photography By [Contributing] – Dan Lienart, Gale Pack, Michael Zuanich, Richard Creamer, Steve Lehman
- Piano – David Cutler Lewis*
- Producer – Ambrosia , Freddie Piro
- Producer [Associate] – Bill Pfordresher
- Recorded By – Joe Bellamy, Win Kutz
- Vocals, Percussion – Royce Jones
NotesReleased with an inner credits-sleeve
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched Variant 1): XBS-3368 -Side 1-1A-2HZ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched Variant 1): XBS-3368 -Side 2-1A-2HZ
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched Variant 2): XBS-3368-Side 1-1A-2HZ: DM-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched Variant 2): XBS-3368-Side 2-1A-2HZ: DM-5
- Rights Society: BMI
|BSK 3368||Ambrosia||One Eighty (LP, Album, Los)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3368||US||1980|
|BSK 3368||Ambrosia||One Eighty (LP, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3368||US||Unknown|
|BSK 3368||Ambrosia||One Eighty (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3368||New Zealand||1980|
|BSK 3368||Ambrosia||One Eighty (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3368||US||1980|
|M5 3368||Ambrosia||One Eighty (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||M5 3368||US||1980|