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Ambrosia - One Eighty (1980)

Ambrosia - One Eighty (1980)

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Ambrosia - One Eighty

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Side one

1. "Ready"   4:25

2. "Shape I'm In"   3:29

3. "Kamikaze"   4:01

4. "You're the Only Woman (You & I)"   4:20

5. "Rock N' a Hard Place"   3:59

Side two

6. "Livin' on My Own"   4:41

7. "Cryin' in the Rain"   4:37

8. "No Big Deal"   4:25

9. "Biggest Part of Me"   5:26


Ambrosia Band Members / Musicians

David Pack – guitars, lead and backing vocals

David Cutler Lewis – acoustic piano, Rhodes, Prophet-5, Minimoog, synthesizer solos

Joe Puerta – bass, lead and backing vocals

Burleigh Drummond – drums, percussion, backing vocals

Royce Jones – percussion, backing vocals

Christopher North – Chamberlin, clavinet, Minimoog, organ, backing vocals

Ernie Watts – saxophone (4, 9)

Daniel Kobialka – violin (5)

Ambrosia – producers

Freddie Piro – producer

Bill Pfordresher – associate producer

Michael Verdick – engineer, mixing

Joe Bellamy – additional recording

Win Kutz – additional recording

Doug Sax – mastering at The Mastering Lab (Hollywood, CA)

Teri Piro – production coordinator

Glen Christensen – design

Norman Seeff – photography

One Eighty is the 4th album by Ambrosia, released in 1980 on Warner Bros. Records. The title was believed by fans to signal the group's "180-degree" change in direction.

The album peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard 200, continuing the success of the band. Among the three singles, "Biggest Part of Me" and "You're the Only Woman" were Top 20 hits, peaking at No. 3 and No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively. The album also earned the band three Grammy nominations, including Best Pop Vocal Group.

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