America
America =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

2013 EU reissue on 180 LP -This debut album of America is considered as a folk-pop classic filled with a great collection of memorable songs, with the widely known "A Horse With No Name", "I Need You" and again "Sandman". But also the buoyantly charmin

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Release date: 10-06-2013(Originally released in 1971)

2013 EU reissue on 180 audiophile vinyl LP - This debut album of America is considered as a folk-pop classic filled with a great collection of memorable songs, with the widely known "A Horse With No Name", "I Need You" and again "Sandman". But also the buoyantly charming "Three Roses", the yearningly lovely "Rainy Day" and the quietly ringing "Clarice" make this album as one of their best and recommendable for any kind of music fan.

A classic to own and a stepping stone to into the world of folk-pop music.   

Tracks:
A1.  Riverside
A2.  Sandman
A3.  Three Roses
A4.  Children
A5.  A Horse With No Name
A6.  Here     

B1. I Need You
B2. Rainy Day
B3. Never Found The Time
B4. Clarice
B5. Donkey Jaw
B6. Pigeon Song

This debut album of America (1972) is considered as a folk-pop classic filled with a great collection of memorable songs that proves their influence on acts as The Eagles and Dan Fogelberg.

Using vocal harmonies on "Sandman" and "Children and an intricate interplay of acoustic guitars is for the period of time highly ambitious. The hits of this album are of course the widely known "A Horse With No Name", "I Need You" and again "Sandman". But also the buoyantly charming "Three Roses", the yearningly lovely "Rainy Day" and the quietly ringing "Clarice" make this album as one of their best and recommendable for any kind of music fan.

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: music on vinyl
Originally released: 1971
This release: 2013
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