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MUSIC - TOP 40
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A-HA
ABC
ADAM ANT
AIR SUPPLY
ALAN PARSONS PROJECT
ALPHAVILLE
AMBROSIA
AMERICA
ANIMOTION
ATLANTIC STARR
B-52S
BANANARAMA
BANGLES
BARRY MANILOW
BASIA
BELINDA CARLISLE
BENNY MARDONES
BERLIN
BERTIE HIGGINS
BETTE MIDLER
BIG COUNTRY
BILLY JOEL
BILLY VERA & THE BEATERS
BLONDIE
BOBBY MCFERRIN
BONNIE TYLER
BOURGEOIS TAGG
BREATHE


Ambrosia - Top 40
 


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Ambrosia, named after the Greek mythological drink of immortality, was a Progressive American rock band that formed in California back in 1970.  Although the majority of Ambrosia's career was in the 1970's, their greatest chart success was in the early 1980's with the release of the album One Eighty

It took Ambrosia 5 years to pick up a record deal.  Their self-titled debut hit shelves in 1975 and featured the hit songs "Holdin' On To Yesterday" and "Nice, Nice, Very Nice".  It was produced by Alan Parsons, who Ambrosia later played for on for the Alan Parson's Project releases.  After a long tour, Ambrosia returned with Somewhere I've Never Traveled in 1976, which featured the hit title track as well as the song "Can't Let a Woman".  Other hit songs you may remember from Ambrosia include "How Much I Feel" from Life Beyond L.A. (1978), "Biggest Part of Me" and "You're the Only Woman (You & I)" from One Eighty (1980).  The band's last studio album, Road Island, was released in 1982 and featured the minor hit "How Can You Love Me".  It was a heavier sound for the band and was not as well received as previous efforts.  It is also worth mentioning that Ambrosia contributed songs to movie soundtracks of the 1980's, including the song "Outside" for the movie Inside Moves and "Poor Rich Boy" for the movie Arthur.

After the band split up, some members went on to solo careers or joined up with other groups.  By the late 1980's and beyond, Ambrosia could be found on tour.  Their last new release was a live album released in 2012.  At the time of this writing, the Ambrosia Discography was as follows:

  • 1975: Ambrosia
  • 1976: Somewhere I've Never Traveled
  • 1978: Live Beyond L.A.
  • 1980: One Eighty
  • 1982: Road Island
  • 1997: Anthology
  • 2002: Live at the Galaxy
  • 2003: How Much I Feel and Other Hits
  • 1980
    One Eighty
    Ambrosia One Eighty

    BIGGEST PART OF ME:
    [chorus] Well, make a wish baby, Well and I will make it come true, Make a list baby, Of the things I'll do for you
    Ain't no risk now, In lettin' my love rain down on you, So we can wash away the past, So that we may start anew [etc]

    1982
    Road Island
    Ambrosia Road Island

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