27/11/2016

America "Highway - 30 Years Of" (2000) -Folk Pop / Soft Rock / Westcoast Rock-



Label : Warner Bros. Records, Inc. & Rhino Entertainment Company


Disc One

01 - Riverside (Dewey Bunnell)
02 - A Horse With No Name (Dewey Bunnell)
03 - I Need You (Gerry Beckley)
04 - Rainy Day (Dan Peek)
05 - Here (Gerry Beckley)
06 - Three Roses (Dewey Bunnell)
07 - Sandman (Dewey Bunnell)
08 - Everyone I Meet Is From California (Dan Peek)
09 - Ventura Highway (Dewey Bunnell)
10 - To Each His Own (Gerry Beckley)
11 - Don't Cross The River (Dan Peek)
12 - Cornwall Blank (Dewey Bunnell)
13 - Only In Your Heart (Gerry Beckley)
14 - Saturn Nights (Dan Peek)
15 - Hat Trick (Dan Peek, Gerry Beckley & Dewey Bunnell)
16 - Molten Love (Dewey Bunnell)
17 - It's Life (Dan Peek)
18 - Submarine Ladies (Unedited, Alternate Mix) (Gerry Beckley)

Disc Two

01 - Muskrat Love (Willis Alan Ramsey)
02 - Green Monkey (Dewey Bunnell)
03 - She's Gonna Let You Down (Single Edit) (Gerry Beckley)
04 - Rainbow Song (Dewey Bunnell)
05 - Tin Man (Dewey Bunnell)
06 - Another Try (Gerry Beckley)
07 - Lonely People (Dan Peek & Catherine Peek)
08 - Hollywood (Dewey Bunnell)
09 - Baby It's Up To You (Gerry Beckley)
10 - Old Man Took (Dewey Bunnell)
11 - Simple Life (Dan Peek)
12 - Sister Golden Hair (Gerry Beckley)
13 - Daisy Jane (Gerry Beckley)
14 - Woman Tonight (Dan Peek)
15 - Who Loves You (Alternate Mix) (Gerry Beckley)
16 - Lovely Night (Gerry Beckley)
17 - Amber Cascades (Dewey Bunnell)
18 - Can't You See (Dan Peek)
19 - Watership Down (Alternate Mix) (Gerry Beckley)
20 - Letter (Alternate Mix) (Dewey Bunnell)
21 - Today's The Day (Dan Peek)
22 - Sarah (Gerry Beckley)
23 - Are You There (Dewey Bunnell)
24 - God Of The Sun (Gerry Beckley)
25 - Sergeant Darkness (Gerry Beckley)

Disc Three

01 - California Dreamin' (John Phillips & Michelle Phillips)
02 - All My Life (Gerry Beckley)
03 - Only Game In Town (Casey Kelly, Julie Didier & Lewis Anderson)
04 - 1960 (Gerry Beckley)
05 - Survival (Gerry Beckley)
06 - The Last Unicorn (Jimmy Webb)
07 - You Can Do Magic (Russ Ballard)
08 - Inspector Mills (Gerry Beckley)
09 - My Dear (Dewey Bunnell)
10 - The Border (Russ Ballard & Dewey Bunnell)
11 - She's A Runaway (Russ Ballard)
12 - (Can't Fall Asleep To A) Lullaby (Dewey Bunnell, Steve Perry, Bill Mumy & Robert Haimer)
13 - Special Girl (Edward Schwartz & David Tyson)
14 - Nothing's So Far Away (As Yesterday) (Dewey Bunnell, Bill Mumy & Robert Haimer)
15 - Young Moon (Dewey Bunnell & Gerry Beckley)
16 - Greenhouse (Dewey Bunnell, Bill Mumy & Robert Haimer)
17 - Mitchum Junction (Demo) (Dewey Bunnell)
18 - Satan (Demo) (Dan Peek)
19 - Ventura Highway (Demo) (Dewey Bunnell)
20 - James Holladay (Demo) (Dan Peek)
21 - Riverside (Demo) (Dewey Bunnell)


Original Recordings Produced by America (Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell & Dan Peek), Ian Samwell, Jeff Dexter, George Martin, Matthew McCauley, Fred Mollin, Russ Ballard, Richie Zito, Bill Mumy, Robert Haimer & Hank Linderman
Compilation Produced by America, David McLees & Bill Inglot
Compilation Assistance : Robert Haimer
Remastering : Dan Hersch & Bill Inglot / Digiprep
Project Coordination : Jo Motta & Emily Cagan


Disc One

01 - Riverside

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7580 (4/26/72)

02 - A Horse With No Name

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7555 (1/12/72) ; Pop #1, AC #3

03 - I Need You

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7580 (4/26/72) ; Pop #9, AC #7

04 - Rainy Day

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05 - Here

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06 - Three Roses

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07 - Sandman

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Tracks 01-07
From The Album "AMERICA" (A)
Warner Bros. #BS-2576 (1/72) ; LPs #1
Produced by Ian Samwell with Jeff Dexter & America
Engineered by Ken Scott - "A Horse With No Name"
Engineered by Robin Black
Recorded & Mixed at Trident Sound Studios, London, England
"A Horse With No Name" Recorded & Mixed at Morgan Sound Studios, London, England
(NOTE: This selection was not originally included on the album but was quickly added after the single met with success)
With :
David Lindley : Steel Guitar on "Rainy Day"
Kim Haworth : Drums on "A Horse With No Name"
Dave Atwood : Drums on "I Need You", "Here" & "Sandman"
Ray Cooper : Percussion on "Riverside", "A Horse Wit No Name" & "Three Roses"

08 - Everyone I Meet Is From California

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7555 (1/12/72)
(A later recording of this song, titled "California Revisited" was included on the "HOMECOMING" Album)

Track 08
(Original single release)
Produced by Ian Samwell
Engineered by Robin Black
Recorded & Mixed at Morgan Sound Studios, London, England
With :
Kim Haworth : Drums
Ray Cooper : Percussion

09 - Ventura Highway

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7641 (9/19/72) ; Pop #8, AC #3

10 - To Each His Own

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7670 (1/3/73)

11 - Don't Cross The River

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7670 (9/19/72) ; Pop #35, AC #23

12 - Cornwall Blank

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7725 (6/28/73)

13 - Only In Your Heart

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7694 (4/4/73) ; Pop #62

14 - Saturn Nights

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7641 (9/19/72)

Tracks 09-14
From The Album "HOMECOMING" (B)
Warner Bros. #BS-2655 (11/5/72) ; LPs #9
Produced by America
Engineered by Mike Stone
Assistant Engineer : Chuck Leary
Recorded & Mixed at Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA
With :
Henry Diltz : Banjo on "Don't Cross The River"
Joe Osborne : Bass
Hal Blaine : Drums & Percussion

15 - Hat Trick

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16 - Molten Love

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17 - It's Life

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18 - Submarine Ladies 

Unedited, Alternate Mix
Tracks 15-18
From The Album "HAT TRICK"
(Refer to credits listed under first group of tracks on Disc 2)


Disc Two

01 - Muskrat Love

Warner Bros. Single #WB-7725 (6/28/73) ; Pop #67, AC #11

02 - Green Monkey

An edited version was issued as Warner Bros. Single #WB-7785 (2/20/74)

03 - She's Gonna Let You Down

Single Edit
Warner Bros. Single #WB-7785 (2/20/74)

04 - Rainbow Song

An edited version was issued as Warner Bros. Single #WB-7760 (11/28/73)

Tracks 01-04
From The Album "HAT TRICK" (C)
Warner Bros. #BS-2728 (10/19/73) ; LPs #28
Produced by Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell & Dan Peek
Engineered by Michael Stone
Assistant Engineer : Lee Kiefer
Recorded & Mixed at Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA
With :
Joe Walsh : Guitar on "Green Monkey"
Henry Diltz : Banjo on "Submarine Ladies"
Jim Ed Norman : Piano & Arrangements on "She's Gonna Let You Down"
Robert Margouleff : Synthesizers
David Dickey : Bass
Hal Blaine : Drums & Percussion
Chet McCracken : Congas
Lee Kiefer : Harmonica on "Submarine Ladies"
Tom Scott : Sax on "Rainbow Song"
Lorene Yarnell : Taps on "Hat Trick"
Billy Hirsche, Bruce Johnston & Carl Wilson : Backing vocals on "Hat Trick"

05 - Tin Man

Warner Bros. Singles #WB-7839/WBS-8014 (7/10/74) ; Pop #4, AC #1

06 - Another Try

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07 - Lonely People

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8048 (11/27/74) ; Pop #5, AC #1

08 - Hollywood

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09 - Baby It's Up To You

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10 - Old Man Took

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Tracks 05-10
From The Album "HOLYDAY" (D)
Warner Bros. #W-2808 (6/74) ; LPs #3
Produced & Arranged by George Martin
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Tape Operator : Peter Henderson
Recorded & Mixed at Air Studios (Oxford Circus), London, England
With :
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion

11 - Simple Life

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Track 11
(Previously unissued domestically)
Produced by America
Engineer(s) : Unknow
Recorded & Mixed at Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL (late 1974)
With :
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion

12 - Sister Golden Hair

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8086 (3/19/75) ; Pop #1, AC #5

13 - Daisy Jane

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8118 (7/2/75) ; Pop #20, AC #4

14 - Woman Tonight

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8157 (10/22/75) ; Pop #44, AC #41

Tracks 12-14
From Age Album "HEARTS" (E)
Warner Bros. #BS-2582 (3/19/75) ; LPs #4
Produced & Arranged by George Martin
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Assisted by Tom Anderson
Recorded at Record Plant, Sausalito, CA & Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA
Mixed at Air Studios (Oxford Circus), London, England
With :
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion
Venetta Field, Clydie King & Jessica Smith : Backing vocals on "Woman Tonight"

15 - Who Loves You

Alternate Mix
(The album version (w/overdubs) was issued as Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8238 (7/14/76)

16 - Lovely Night

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17 - Amber Cascades

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8238 (7/14/76) ; Pop #75, AC #17

18 - Can't You See

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19 - Watership Down

Alternate Mix

20 - Letter

Alternate Mix

21 - Today's The Day

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-82128 (4/28/76) ; Pop #23, AC #1

Tracks 15-21
From The Album "HIDEAWAY" (G)
Warner Bros. #BS-2932 (4/9/76) ; LPs #11
Produced, Arranged & Conducted by George Martin
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Assisted by Mark Guercio
Recorded at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO
With :
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion

22 - Sarah

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23 - Are You There

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24 - God Of The Sun

Warner Bros. Single #WBS-8373 (4/13/77)

25 - Sergeant Darkness

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Tracks 22-25
From The Album "HARBOR" (H)
Warner Bros. #BSK-3017 (2/15/77) ; LPs #21
Produced & Arranged by George Martin
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Assisted by Tom Anderson
Location Technician : Jack Crymes
Recorded at Ka Lae Kiki, Kauai, HA (w/Record Plant Mobile)
Mixed at Air Studios (Oxford Circus), London, England
With :
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion
Tom Walsh : Percussion


Disc Three

01 - California Dreamin'

American Int'l Single #AI-700 (3/79) ; Pop #56

Track 01
From The Album "CALIFORNIA DREAMING: MUSIC FROM THE ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK", American Int'l #AILP-3001 (3/79)
"California Dreamin'"
Produced by Gerry Beckley & Dewey Bunnell
Engineered by Howard Steele & Tim Sandler
2nd Engineer : Tim Dennis
Recorded & Mixed at Studio 55, Hollywood, CA
With :
Michael Woods : Guitars
Jim Calire : Keyboards & Sax
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums
Tom Walsh : Percussion

02 - All My Life

Capitol Single #4777 (9/17/79) ; AC #48

03 - Only Game In Town

Capitol Single #47527 (7/16/79) ; AC #107

04 - 1960

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Tracks 02-04
From The Album "SILENT LETTER" (J)
Capitol #SO-11950 (6/15/79) ; LPs #110
Produced & Arranged by George Martin
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Second Engineers : Tim Cuthbertson, Nigel Walker & Russ Bracher
Recorded at Britannia Studios, Studio City, CA ; Air Studios, Montserrat, West Indies & Air Studios (Oxford Circus), London, England
Mixed at Air Studios (Oxford Circus), London, England
With :
Michael Woods : Guitars
Jim Calire : Keyboards & Sax
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums
Tom Walsh : Percussion
Tower Of Power Horn Section (Lenny Pickett, Emilio Castillo, Steve Kupka, Mic Gillette & Greg Adams) : Horns on "Only Game In Town"

05 - Survival

Track 05
From The Album "ALIBI" (K)
Capitol #SOO-12098 (8/15/80) ; LPs #142
Produced by Matthew McCauley & Fred Mollin
Engineered by Erik Prestige & Mark Linett
Mixed by Bill Schnee
Assistant Engineer : Tom Anderson
Recorded at Cherokee Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA ; Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA & Larrabee Sound Studios, West Hollywood, CA
Mixed at Cherokee Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
With :
Fred Mollin : Guitars & Percussion
Steve Lukather, Dean Parks & Waddy Wachtel : Guitars
James Newton Howard & Jaï Winding : Keyboards & Synthesizers
Leland 'Lee' Sklar : Bass
Mike Baird : Drums
Willie Leacox : Percussion
Timothy B. Schmit : Backing vocals

06 - The Last Unicorn

Track 06
From The Album "DAS LETZE EINHORN (THE LAST UNICORN): ORIGINAL FILMSOUNDTRACK", Virgin (GE) #206-684 (1984)
Produced by Matthew McCauley
Engineered & Recording Location(s) unknown (1981)
With :
The London Symphonic Orchestra : Strings

07 - You Can Do Magic

Capitol Single #B-5142 (7/6/82) ; Pop #8, AC #5

08 - Inspector Mills

Capitol Single #B-5177 (11/12/82)

Tracks 07-08
From The Album "VIEW FROM THE GROUND" (L)
Capitol #ST-12209 (7/15/82) ; LPs #41
"You Can Do Magic"
Produced by Russ Ballard
Engineered by Chuck Kirkpatrick
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England & Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL
Mixed at Abbey Road Studios, London, England
With :
Russ Ballard : Keyboards, Guitars, Bass, Percussion & Backing vocals
"Inspector Mills"
Produced by Gerry Beckley with Dewey Bunnell
Recorded & Mixed by Mark Linett
Recorded & Mixed at Amigo Recording Studio, North Hollywood, CA
With :
Hadley Hockensmith, Steve Lukather & Dean Parks : Guitars
Brad Palmer : Bass
Jeff Porcaro : Drums
Christopher Cross, Tom Kelly & Carl Wilson : Backing vocals
Matthew McCauley : Arranger & Conductor

09 - My Dear

Capitol Single #B-5275 (9/2/83)

10 - The Border

An edited version was issued as Capitol Single #B-5236 (6/3/83) ; Pop #33, AC #4

11 - She's A Runaway

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Tracks 09-11
From The Album "YOUR MOVE" (M)
Capitol #ST-12277 (6/3/83) ; LPs #81
Produced by Russ Ballard
Engineered by Dennis Hetzendorfer
Assisted by Danny Dawson, Ian Grimble & Patrice Carroll
Recorded & Mixed at Abbey Road Studios, London, England & Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL
With :
Russ Ballard : Keyboards, Guitars, Bass, Percussion & Backing vocals
Raphael Ravenscroft : Sax
Stephen Bishop : Backing vocals on "She's A Runaway"
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra : Strings
Barry Griffiths : Leader
Louis Clark : Arranger & Conductor

12 - (Can't Fall Asleep To A) Lullaby

Capitol Single #B-5430 (11/12/84) ; AC #15

13 - Special Girl

Capitol Single #B-5398 (8/31/84) ; AC #26

Tracks 12-13
From The Album "PERSPECTIVE" (N)
Capitol #ST-12370 (8/31/84) ; LPs #185
"(Can't Fall Asleep To A) Lullaby"
Produced by Matthew McCauley
Recorded & Mixed by Mark Linett
Additional Recording by Bob Schaper
Recorded & Mixed at Amigo Recording Studio, North Hollywood, CA & Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA
With :
Dean Parks : Guitars & Bass
Matthew McCauley : Synthesizers
DMX : Drums
Bill Elliott & Randy Kerber : Synthesizers
David Kemper : Percussion
Phil Kenzie : Sax
Steve Perry : Backing vocals
"Special Girl"
Produced by Richie Zito
Engineered by Brian Reeves
Recorded & Mixed at Oasis Recording Studio, Universal City, CA
With :
Richie Zito : Guitars & Drum Programming
Arthur BarrowKeyboards & Bass

14 - Nothing's So Far Away (As Yesterday)

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Track 14
From The Album "ENCORE: MORE GREATEST HITS" (P)
Rhino #R2-70529 (6/24/91)
"Nothing's So Far Away (As Yesterday)"
Produced by Bill Mumy, Robert Hammer & America
Recorded & Mixed by Michael E. Hutchinson
Recorded & Mixed at PG Sound, Laurel Canyon, CA
With :
Bill Mumy : Guitar, Bass, Drum Programming, Shaker & Backing vocals
Robert Haimer : Keyboards & Backing vocals
Paul Gordon : Keyboards

15 - Young Moon

American Gramophone Single #AGCD-494 (5/17/94)

16 - Greenhouse

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From The Album "HOURGLASS" (Q)
American Gramophone #AGCD-494 (5/17/94)
"Young Moon"
Produced & Arranged by Gerry Beckley & Dewey Bunnell
Assisted by Hank Linderman
Mixed by Mark Linett
Recorded at Human Nature, Sherman Oaks, CA & Sound Recorders, Omaha, NE
Mixed at Your Place Or Mine, Glendale, CA
With :
Hank Linderman : Guitars
Joe Gulizia : Congas
Carl Wilson : Backing vocals
Chip Davis : String Arrangements & Orchestrations
"Greenhouse"
Produced & Arranged by Gerry Beckley & Dewey Bunnell
Assisted by Hank Linderman
Engineered & Recorded by Guy Difazio & Jeff Sheehan
Mixed by Mark Linett
Recorded at Sound City, Van Nuys, CA
Mixed at Your Place Or Mine, Glendale, CA
With :
Michael Woods : Guitars
Brad Palmer : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums 

17 - Mitchum Junction 

Demo

18 - Satan 

Demo
A later recording of this song, titled "Donkey Jaw" was included on the America Album

19 - Ventura Highway

Demo

20 - James Holladay

Demo

21 - Riverside

Demo

Tracks 17-21
Previously Unissued
Produced & Engineered by America
Engineer(s) for "Satan", "James Holladay" & "Riverside" : Unknown
"Satan" & "James Holladay" Recorded & Mixed at Chalk Farm Studio, London, England (9/11/70) ; "Riverside" Recorded & Mixed at Chalk Farm Studio, London, England (10/28/70) ; "Mitchum Junction" & "Ventura Highway" Recorded & Mixed at Buzz Studios, West Hollywood, CA (1972)


America :
Gerry Beckley (1970-present) : Lead & Backing vocals, Keyboards, Guitars, Bass & Harmonica
Dewey Bunnell (1970-present) : Lead & Backing vocals, Guitars
Dan Peek (1970-1977) : Lead & Backing vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards & Harmonica

Additional Album by America
(Not denoted within track list)

"HISTORY: AMERICA'S GREATEST HITS (F)
Warner Bros. #BS-2894 (10/24/75) ; LPs #3
Produced by George Martin
Various Producers, Engineers, Studios & Personnel

"AMERICA/LIVE" (I)
Warner Bros. #BSK-3136 (10/28/77) ; LP #129
Produced & Arranged by George Martin
Conducted by Elmer Bernstein
Engineered by Geoff Emerick
Assisted by Tom Anderson & Colin Fairley
Record Plant : Terry Stark
Recorded Live at The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (w/Record Plant Mobile)
With :
Jimmy Calire : Keyboards & Sax
David Dickey : Bass
Willie Leacox : Drums
Tom Walsh : Percussion

"AMERICA IN CONCERT" (O)
Capitol #ST-12422 (7/22/85)
Produced by Matthew McCauley
Recorded & Mixed by Mark Linett
Recording Advisor & House Engineer : George Strakis
Assistant Engineers : Guy Charbonneau, Cliff Bonnell & Troy Krueger
Recorded Live at The Arlington Theatre (w/Le Mobile Remote), Santa Barbara, CA
Additional Recording at Sunset Sound Factory, Hollywood, CA
Mixed in Le Mobile Remote
With :
Michael Woods Guitar & Backing vocals
Brad Palmer : Bass & Backing vocals
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion

"AMERICA IN CONCERT" (R)
King Biscuit #88001 (2/27/96)
Produced & Engineer : Unknow
Remixed by Gary Lyons
Recorded at The Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (9/4/82)
With :
Michael Woods : Guitars & Backing vocals
Brad Palmer : Bass & Backing vocals
Willie Leacox : Drums & Percussion

"HUMAN NATURE" (S)
Oxygen #90004 (9/15/98)
Produced by Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell, Hank Linderman & Phil Galdston
Various Engineers, Studios & Personnel