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AMBROSIA "Ambrosia"

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Topic: AMBROSIA "Ambrosia"
Posted By: lucas
Subject: AMBROSIA "Ambrosia"
Date Posted: February 08 2004 at 16:12
An amazing debut album by this band that unfortunately turned to FM rock. Despite the title of some tracks (nice, nice, very nice), this is a true symphonic prog masterp

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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)



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Posted By: Stormcrow
Date Posted: February 09 2004 at 07:01

Oh. Yeah.

This and their second effort, "Somewhere I've Never Traveled" are two of the great and forgotten masterpieces of the era.

The AOR friendly "Holdin' On To Yesterday" can still beat me up if it catches me in a sad mood.



Posted By: MostlyCranky
Date Posted: May 18 2004 at 21:25

Nice, Nice, Very Nice is perhaps their best composition, at least one that has stuck with me all these years. They certainly had the musical ability and could have been a bigger prog name had they continued to experiment more in t



Posted By: Garion81
Date Posted: May 22 2004 at 13:00

I think Life beyond LA was their best progressive album. I actually was working for a band that played with these guys one concert  saw them up close and personal and they are good.



Posted By: prog4me
Date Posted: May 22 2004 at 22:26

all i have to say is- 

one of the best debut  albums ever!

prog4me




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