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America - The Complete Greatest Hits

 (America - The Complete Greatest)
A career-spanning retrospective as vast as America itself! Rhino brings us 22 tracks from America's Warner, American International and Capitol years-so, for the first time on one disc, you'll get their hits A Horse with No Name; Sister Golden Hair; Tin Man; Lonely People; California Dreamin'; I Need You; Ventura Highway; You Can Do Magic; The Border , and more. Also includes two unreleased tracks!

History-America's Greatest Hits (GH)

 (History-America's Greatest Hits)
All 12 songs here hit the charts! Includes A Horse with No Name; I Need You; Sandman; Ventura Highway; Don't Cross the River; Only in Your Heart; Muskrat Love; Tin Man; Lonely People; Sister Golden Hair; Daisy Jane , and Woman Tonight .

Song of America

 (Song of America)

America the Beautiful: A Collection of Patriotic

 (America the Beautiful: A Collection of)
Celebrate our great country with this timeless collection of popular American patriotic songs. America the Beautiful features fantastic songs that represent America and its citizens' love of country. 'You're a Grand Old Flag,' 'My Country 'Tis of Thee' and 'God Bless the USA' bring back memories of 4th of July celebrations. Each piece is performed with a powerful and glorious musical expression from the men and women who serve our nation in uniform throughout the world and who are committed, more than ever, to freedom.

Thomas Coates: The Father of Band Music in America [Period Instruments]

 (Thomas Coates: The Father of Band Music in America [Period)
The monument to Thomas Coates (1803/13 1895) in the 7th Street Cemetery in Easton, Pennsylvania, bears the inscription The Father of Band Music in America. This is a rather remarkable claim on behalf of a musician so little known today, and the sentiment may simply reflect the pride of the community regarding a fellow citizen who was an important part of the wind band movement in the United States. A closer look at the career of Coates, however, suggests that the epitaph may contain a larger element of truth than his modern obscurity may indicate. Perhaps the inscription may be better stated as A Father of Band Music in America, because at every important moment in the rise of the idiom, his contemporaries acknowledged his importance. He was likely a very early circus bandmaster, his compositions and arrangements were popular before, during and after the Civil War, and he was named by the United States government to a federal commission to improve the quality of military band music. He was respected by his fellow band leaders, and his funeral marches were given particular praise as the finest composed for wind band. He produced works for band, piano, voice, and he was an important leader in the establishment of the community guitar ensembles of the late Victorian Era. This recor...

Highway: 30 Years of America

 (Highway: 30 Years of America)
Long before MTV unplugged, America wed innocuous West Coast folk à la CSNY to post-British invasion pop (Beatles producer George Martin twiddled the knobs on many of their most enduring hits) with just a hint of psychedelic madness, managing to create something uniquely, well, American. Though many detractors may question whether a three-disc, 30-year retrospective is necessary or even palatable, it can be argued that Jane's Addiction, Cowboy Junkies, Counting Crows, Edie Brickell, and Joe Pernice's vaguely psychedelic acoustic rock wouldn't have found a toehold had their audiences not cut their teeth on the airwave ubiquity of "Horse with No Name." Sure, the lyrics were often banal ("Like the winter needs the spring / I need you") or absurd ("Seasons crying no despair / alligator lizards in the air") But Gerry Beckley, Dan Peek, and Dewey Bunnell wrote lovely songs, with beautifully interwoven harmonies and complex, interlocking acoustic guitar alchemy. It's a heavy heart indeed that can't be lightened by the guitar cascade that opens "Ventura Highway."Though the first disk contains many of the band's most recognizable moments from their first three albums, disk 2 contains most of the box set's surprises and enjoyable moments. With George Martin, they found their Svengali, ...

The Warner Bros. Years 1971-1977 (CAB) (8CD)

 (The Warner Bros. Years 1971-1977 (CAB))
To ensure the best sound quality, all of the music is taken from new 2014 audio masters. The set is presented in a sleek clamshell box with each album in a CD wallet that replicates all of the original album art and inserts. AMERICA: THE WARNER BROS. YEARS 1971-1977 includes: America (1971), Homecoming (1972), Hat Trick (1973), Holiday (1974), Hearts (1975), Hideaway (1976), Harbor (1977), and America Live (1977).

Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973

 (Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos)
In 1967, Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley and Dan Peek met in high school. Sons of U.S. servicemen stationed in England, the three teenagers ultimately formed a band that was inspired by the British Invasion. Soon they began writing their own material, their songs a rich mix of pop, folk and rock, done in the burgeoning acoustic style that would soon achieve popularity worldwide. The group signed to Warner Bros. Records London in 1971 and needed a name . . . they chose America. Omnivore Recordings, in association with the group’s living founding members Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley, is proud to announce the release of Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973. This release is the most comprehensive collection of known demo recordings and unreleased songs from the band’s early formative years. With ten tracks making their appearance for the very first time, Heritage showcases the hugely successful trio in its most embryonic and intimate form. You will hear early demos recorded before America’s multi-platinum eponymously titled debut album from Chalk Hill Farm Studios outside of London; home recordings and previously unissued songs from Gerry Beckley’s Buzz Studios (his home in West Hollywood during the early ’70s) and an early take of one of the band’s signature songs (...

Song For America

 (Song For America)

Songs of America

America Band Songs (Songs of America)

American Love Song

America Band Songs (American Love Song)

Spiritual Songs Chants and Flute Music Of Native American Indian

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