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  • Audio CD (February 1, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B00003TKGK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #317,895 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 19, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is Ambrosia's third album and their most accessable. This album features The usual lineup of David Pack on vocals & guitar, Joe Puerta vocals & bass and Burleigh Drummond on drums & vocals. This album also benefits from the addition of Former Steely Dan alumnus Royce Jones on percussion (He was in a touring lineup of Steely Dan which also featured future Doobie Brothers Jeff Baxter & Michael McDonald)this album also features the wonderful organ work of returning member Christopher North as well as the synth work of David cutler Lewis. The first cut Ready is a firey rocker featuring the soaring harmonies of Royce jones & Joe Puerta with the lead vocals of David pack over the top Royce Jones takes the lead on the next cut Shape I'm in and shows what a great addition he is to the band. Other highlights include the their two biggest hits the David Pack penned hits You're the only women & Biggest part of Me Also Check out the mean organ solo on Cryin' in the Rain by Christopher North. This is a great recording of highly polished well crafted and well performed songs.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By musicman40 on November 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
As I read a few of the other reviews I thought to myself that I had never thought of this album as anything but great though I have to agree that it was a commercial departure from their earlier roots. However I had the opportunity to see them twice on tour when this album was released and the songs on here take on a whole new dynamic when played live and mixed with all their other great songs. Their studio musician background made for a great live performance with great technical focus (The song "Time waits" from their first album....might be one of the best I ever saw performed live) and the quality of the vocals was enhanced with the additional artists on this album. Joe Puerta's base on "Livin on my own" is still one of my favorite grooves and both the live performances started off with "Ready" which has a lot of energy in it and the studio version has a nice David Pack fade out which sets the tone for the albums mix. When I listen to the album "Life Beyond L.A." I hear a lot of the same song crafting and think this album just took the next progressive step and perhaps without apology really let people hear just how good David Pack was as a vocalist. That aspect does give the album a softer feel in places but also gives you a known hit as the last song on the record. This is one of those albums that you can truly listen to from start to finish without needing to skip over songs. I always think of that as a great indicator of a good album.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Debra on June 29, 2009
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Let me start by saying that I am and have been a fan of Ambrosia since I first heard them in 1975. In my opinion, this is one of their best albums, although I cannot actually pick my favorite album of theirs. (They are all THAT good.) If you listened to FM radio in 1980 (and who didn't) you knew every word of two of the songs on this album. This should be in everyone's collection. Everytime I hear 'You're the Only Woman' or 'Biggest Part of Me', it TO THIS DAY evokes an intense emotional feeling in me that I have never experienced listening to any other group or music. David Pack's voice will reel you in. Ambrosia is still around, but without David Pack. Pack's voice is sorely missed in the current incarnation of the group and the music sounds mechanical and insincere without him. It is a shame that this has been discontinued by the manufacturer. BUY this before it's too late. You won't be disappointed... this group was way ahead of it's time. Put it in your CD player, turn out the lights, close your eyes and FEEL the music!

July 28, 2009
I've thought about it again...and THIS IS my favorite Ambrosia album. It was different than their first three albums having more of a ballad or mellow love tone to it, and unfortunately was much maligned by many of their fans. That being said, it produced more top of the chart hits for the group than any of their other albums and those songs are still staples of many radio and satellite stations today.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mark on October 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Like the Yes albums of the 1980s, this project is best heard in it's own context, not in view of all that came before. The addition of Royce Jones and David Cutler-Lewis improves the level of creativity which is often lost as bands develop, normally resulting in a less homogenous sound throughout the album. I must admit I was quite disappointed with this album, in the wake of their first two efforts. "One-Eighty" is a definite departure from their prog-rock beginnings, although some echoes of their earlier style can be heard in "Kamikaze" (sung, incidentally, by Joe Puerta, the principal vocalist on the first albums). Hopefully, this album suceeded in bringing new listeners to their earlier music, as was the case with listeners to Yes' "90125" and "Big Generator". All in all, not a bad album. Worth buying.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JJO on October 2, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I love Ambrosia. I agree that "One Eighty" is not "Ambrosia". But as far as I concerned it doesn't have to be. I tend to love all music that is Ambrosia (David Pack's Ambrosia) and this album is no exception. It is, for me, all good and some of it is great (Kamikaze, Shape I'm In, Ready). I find it distressing that this album is no longer in print. I had to download it from a website called CD Universe.
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