America Live (album)

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Live
Live album by America
Released October 1977
Recorded Greek Theater, Los Angeles, California, July 24, 1977
Genre Pop-rock
Length 46:28
Label Warner Bros.
Producer George Martin
America chronology
Harbor
(1977)
America Live
(1977)
Silent Letter
(1979)

America Live is the first official live album by American folk rock duo America, released by Warner Bros. Records in October 1977. The album was recorded in July 1977 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California. It was the first to feature America as a duo, as Dan Peek had left the group for a solo career two months prior to the recording of this album. The album was produced by George Martin.

Commercially, the album performed poorly compared with America's other albums; it reached number 127 on the Billbaord 200.[1] No singles were released from this album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tin Man" (Dewey Bunnell)
  2. "Muskrat Love" (Willis Alan Ramsey)
  3. "I Need You" (Gerry Beckley)
  4. "Old Man Took" (Bunnell)
  5. "Daisy Jane" (Beckley)
  6. "Company" (Bunnell)
  7. "Hollywood" (Bunnell)
  8. "Sergeant Darkness" (Beckley)
  9. "Amber Cascades" (Bunnell)
  10. "To Each His Own" (Beckley)
  11. "Another Try" (Beckley)
  12. "Ventura Highway" (Bunnell)
  13. "Sister Golden Hair" (Beckley)
  14. "A Horse With No Name" (Bunnell)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "America Live – America". Allmusic (Rovi Corporation). Retrieved August 13, 2013.