Ambrosia

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Ambrosia
Used - LP - T 434
1975 Original With Custom Insert. Hint Of Ring Wear Near Top. Promo Sticker On Back Cover. more
Ambrosia
New - LP - T 434
Sealed 1975 Original. more
Ambrosia
New - LP - T 434
Sealed 1975 Original With Custom "Holdin' On To Yesterday" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Corner. more
For Openers (Welcome Home)
Audiophile - LP - PRO-A-1024
1982 Promo-Only Quiex II 4 Song 12" In Custom Jacket Featuring Four Tracks From "Road Island." Appears Unplayed. One Of The Very Rarest Quiex Pressings. more
Life Beyond L.A.
Audiophile - LP - NR 23
Factory Sealed 1981 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity With Gold Teldec Sticker On Shrink Wrap. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen Since 2002! more
Life Beyond L.A.
New - LP - BSK 3135
Sealed 1978 Original. more
Life Beyond L.A.
Audiophile - LP - NR 23
1981 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity With Insert. Appears Unplayed. more
Life Beyond L.A.
New - LP - BSK 3135
Sealed 1978 Original. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. more
Life Beyond L.A.
Used - LP - BSK 3135
1978 Original Still In Shrink.Saw Cut And Mild Edge/Corner Rubbing. more
One Eighty
Used - LP - BSK 3368
1980 Original Still With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
One Eighty
Used - LP - BSK 3368
1980 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Hype Sticker. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
One Eighty
New - LP - BSK 3368
Sealed 1980 Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole. more
Road Island
Used - LP - BSK 3638
1982 Original Still In Shrink With Custom Inner Sleeve. Cover Art By Ralph Steadman. Small Saw Cut. Small Corner Ding. “On Their Final Album, Ambrosia Forsakes The Airbrushed AOR Sounds That Defined Life Beyond L.A. And One Eighty In Favor Of A Strong, Rock-Oriented Sound. They Are Aided In This Aim By A Gutsy Production From James Guthrie (A Producer Better Known For His Work With Groups Like Judas Priest And Pink Floyd) That Takes The Group To A New Level Of Sonic Firepower. Songs Like "For Openers" And "Still Not Satisfied" Reverberate With A Newfound Sense Of Rock & Roll Muscle: The Drums Kick, The Basslines Throb, And The Guitars And Hammond Organ Wail With Abandon. Even Ambrosia's Trademark Ballads Benefit From Their Newly Beefed-Up Sound: "Feelin' Alive Again" Features The Airy Harmonies And Delicate Keyboard Shadings Expected From This Style Of Song, But It Also Gains An Added Sense Of Dramatic Weight From Burleigh Drummond's Thick Drumming And Piercing, Emotional Guitar Solos From David Pack. The Group Also Revives Their Early Progressive Sound On "Ice Age," An Impressive Epic Tune Built On A Militaristic Drum Pattern, Heavy Power Chords, And Pink Floyd-Styled Sound Effects. The End Result Is An Album That Harkens Back To The Blend Of Slick Musicianship And Prog Rock Imagination That Characterized Ambrosia's Early Work. Despite Receiving Many Good Reviews, Road Island Never Achieved A Notable Level Of Success Because, Much Like Somewhere I've Never Travelled, It Lacks A Standout Single That Could Have Helped It Cross Over To Mainstream Pop Fans. Just The Same, It Is An Above-Average Album That Is Worthy Of Reappraisal By Progressive Rock Fans And Lovers Of Hard Rock In General.” All Music. more
Road Island
New - LP - BSK 3638
Sealed 1982 Original. Exact Press Info Unknown. Clean Cut Out Hole Drops It To A VG+. Cover Art By The Great Ralph Steadman (Front And Back). “On Their Final Album, Ambrosia Forsakes The Airbrushed AOR Sounds That Defined Life Beyond L.A. And One Eighty In Favor Of A Strong, Rock-Oriented Sound. They Are Aided In This Aim By A Gutsy Production From James Guthrie (A Producer Better Known For His Work With Groups Like Judas Priest And Pink Floyd) That Takes The Group To A New Level Of Sonic Firepower. Songs Like "For Openers" And "Still Not Satisfied" Reverberate With A Newfound Sense Of Rock & Roll Muscle: The Drums Kick, The Basslines Throb, And The Guitars And Hammond Organ Wail With Abandon. Even Ambrosia's Trademark Ballads Benefit From Their Newly Beefed-Up Sound: "Feelin' Alive Again" Features The Airy Harmonies And Delicate Keyboard Shadings Expected From This Style Of Song, But It Also Gains An Added Sense Of Dramatic Weight From Burleigh Drummond's Thick Drumming And Piercing, Emotional Guitar Solos From David Pack. The Group Also Revives Their Early Progressive Sound On "Ice Age," An Impressive Epic Tune Built On A Militaristic Drum Pattern, Heavy Power Chords, And Pink Floyd-Styled Sound Effects. The End Result Is An Album That Harkens Back To The Blend Of Slick Musicianship And Prog Rock Imagination That Characterized Ambrosia's Early Work. Despite Receiving Many Good Reviews, Road Island Never Achieved A Notable Level Of Success Because, Much Like Somewhere I've Never Travelled, It Lacks A Standout Single That Could Have Helped It Cross Over To Mainstream Pop Fans. Just The Same, It Is An Above-Average Album That Is Worthy Of Reappraisal By Progressive Rock Fans And Lovers Of Hard Rock In General.” All Music. more
Road Island
New - LP - BSK 3638
Sealed 1982 Original With Gold Promo Stamp And Sticker On Front Cover. Cover Art By The Great Ralph Steadman (Front And Back). “On Their Final Album, Ambrosia Forsakes The Airbrushed AOR Sounds That Defined Life Beyond L.A. And One Eighty In Favor Of A Strong, Rock-Oriented Sound. They Are Aided In This Aim By A Gutsy Production From James Guthrie (A Producer Better Known For His Work With Groups Like Judas Priest And Pink Floyd) That Takes The Group To A New Level Of Sonic Firepower. Songs Like "For Openers" And "Still Not Satisfied" Reverberate With A Newfound Sense Of Rock & Roll Muscle: The Drums Kick, The Basslines Throb, And The Guitars And Hammond Organ Wail With Abandon. Even Ambrosia's Trademark Ballads Benefit From Their Newly Beefed-Up Sound: "Feelin' Alive Again" Features The Airy Harmonies And Delicate Keyboard Shadings Expected From This Style Of Song, But It Also Gains An Added Sense Of Dramatic Weight From Burleigh Drummond's Thick Drumming And Piercing, Emotional Guitar Solos From David Pack. The Group Also Revives Their Early Progressive Sound On "Ice Age," An Impressive Epic Tune Built On A Militaristic Drum Pattern, Heavy Power Chords, And Pink Floyd-Styled Sound Effects. The End Result Is An Album That Harkens Back To The Blend Of Slick Musicianship And Prog Rock Imagination That Characterized Ambrosia's Early Work. Despite Receiving Many Good Reviews, Road Island Never Achieved A Notable Level Of Success Because, Much Like Somewhere I've Never Travelled, It Lacks A Standout Single That Could Have Helped It Cross Over To Mainstream Pop Fans. Just The Same, It Is An Above-Average Album That Is Worthy Of Reappraisal By Progressive Rock Fans And Lovers Of Hard Rock In General.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG. more
Somewhere I've Never Travelled
Used - LP - T 510
Rare 1976 Original Housed In The Gimmick Cover Which Unfolds To Make A Pyramid. A progressively Bolder Album With Alan Parson Behind The Knobs. This Record Actually Has More Teeth Then Their Later Radio Friendly Years. Jacket Wear, With Some Creasing On Front And Back At Bottom Corners, Rubbing To Edges. Small Tear At One Slit When Pyramid Flap Sits. Also A Crease To Jacket Mouth Under Pyramid Flap. Cut Corner. more
Somewhere I've Never Travelled
New - LP - BSK 3182
Sealed 1978 2nd Pressing Of The 1976 20th Century T-510. Small Saw Cut. more

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