Road Island

Ambrosia’s final LP hit the charts in May of ’82, sending it’s single How Can You Love Me to the charts that June. Piano battles guitar on that pop-rock gem, which joins Still Not Satisfied; Feelin’ Alive Again; Fool Like Me; Kid No More ; the seven-minute prog-pop epic Ice Age, and more. Rare photos and new interview in the booklet! Rock Candy.

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3 thoughts on “Road Island

  1. Should of been BIG! The marijuana cover intrigued me the most, when i first saw it on the record racks in 1982. The artwork was done by Ralph Steadman, who did a bunch of illustrations for Hunter S. Thompson. “Road Island”,(1982).I knew that this album was going to be great when “For Openers (Welcome Home)”, the guitars were cranked up and they seem to enjoy playing again. Solid bass playing by Joe on “Still Not Satisfied”. New wavish “Kid No More”, with some good…

  2. Intelligent, well-crafted piece of work great compositions well executed. david pack and the Ambrosia tribe were pushing it on this one, and it shows. unfortunately, rock music at this point was nothing more than catchy hooks and image, so something of quality and depth had little chance – this was the Ambrosia swan-song. this is an intelligent, well-crafted piece of work. highly recommended.if you want to pick up where this one left off, try David Pack’s 2003 release called “Unborn” – not as driving as…

  3. Decent effort. Some good stuff. David’s voice is golden so hard not to appreciate it.Killer: For Openers, Endings, How Can you Love me, Still Not SatisfiedGood: Feelin’ Alive Again,Ice Age fits well with Steadman’s Art work!The remaining 3 songs are just great musicians playing well driven by Pack’s or Puerta’s vocals!I think I remember How Can you Love me being played back in 1982. Surprised not a bigger charter! Well not with the crap that is usually shoved down…

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