America - America (Turquoise vinyl)
America - America (Turquoise vinyl)
America - America (Turquoise vinyl)
America - America (Turquoise vinyl)
America - America (Turquoise vinyl)
America - America (Turquoise vinyl)

America - America (Turquoise vinyl)

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50th Anniversary edition

Dewey Bunnell – lead and backing vocals, 6-string acoustic guitar (except on "Here" and "Never Found the Time")

Gerry Beckley – bass (except on "Three Roses" and "A Horse with No Name"), 6 and 12-string acoustic guitars (except on "Sandman", "I Need You" and "Pigeon Song"), lead and backing vocals (except on "Pigeon Song"), electric guitar and chimes on "Clarice", piano on "I Need You" and "Clarice"

Dan Peek – 6 and 12-string acoustic guitars (except on "A Horse with No Name", "I Need You", "Clarice" and "Pigeon Song"), lead and backing vocals (except on "Pigeon Song"), electric guitar (on "Sandman", "Donkey Jaw" and "I Need You"), piano on "Never Found the Time", bass on "A Horse with No Name" and "Three Roses"

Ray Cooper – percussion [click here to see more vinyl featuring Ry Cooder]

Dave Atwood – drums on "Sandman", "Here", "I Need You" and "Donkey Jaw"

Kim Haworth – drums on "A Horse with No Name"

David Lindley – electric guitar on "Children", steel guitar on "Rainy Day"

Written by Dewey Bunnel (A1-5, B6), Gerry Beckley (A6, B1, B4), Dan Peek (B3, B5) 


1 LP, standard sleeve 

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Turquoise 

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Rainbo Records

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Warner Bros

Recorded at Trident Studios, London, England

Engineered & mixed by Ken Scott

Produced by Ian Samwell, Jeff Dexter

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1971

Reissued in January 2023



Side A :

  1. Riverside
  2. Sandman
  3. Three Roses
  4. Children
  5. A Horse With No Name
  6. Here


Side B :

  1. I Need You
  2. Rainy Day
  3. Never Found The Time
  4. Clarice
  5. Donkey Jaw
  6. Pigeon Song


Reviews :

"America's debut album is a folk-pop classic, a stellar collection of memorable songs that would prove influential on such acts as the Eagles and Dan Fogelberg. Crosby, Stills & Nash are the group's obvious stylistic touchstone here, especially in the vocal harmonies used (compare the thick chordal singing of "Sandman" and "Children" to CS&N's "You Don't Have to Cry" and "Guinevere") and the prominent use of active strummed acoustic guitar arrangements (contrast "Riverside" to CS&N's "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"). America's intricate interplay of acoustic guitar textures is more ambitious than that of their influences, however. Performance quality is usually good, though on occasion sloppily executed or out of tune (especially on the openings to "Donkey Jaw" and "I Never Found the Time"). Lengthy instrumental introductions ("Donkey Jaw"), middle improvisatory interludes ("Here"), and closings ("Clarice") are frequently encountered. Most of these selections boast highly unusual and inventive chord progressions that work well without drawing undue attention to themselves. Lyrics are sometimes trite ("I need you/Like the flower needs the rain") or obscure ("He flies the sky/Like an eagle in the eye/Of a hurricane that's abandoned"), but the music more than makes up for any verse problems; only the odd "Pigeon Song" seems an unsalvageable misstep. Sound quality here has a covered, intimate feel that lends a ghostly aura to this release. Chart hits from this album include the spectrally loping "A Horse with No Name," the squarishly tuneful "I Need You," and the nervously dour "Sandman." Other highlights include the buoyantly charming "Three Roses," the yearningly lovely "Rainy Day," and the quietly ringing "Clarice." In spite of its flaws, this platter is very highly recommended." AllMusic Review by David Cleary


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 3,96 / 5

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