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  1. Miniature
  2. Tin Man
  3. Another Try
  4. Lonely People
  5. Glad To See You
  6. Mad Dog
  7. Hollywood
  8. Baby It's Up To You
  9. You
  10. Old Man Took
  11. What Does It Matter
  12. In The Country

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32 di 33 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Another America gem 27 maggio 2006
Di Brother John - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
With those fans who believe that the first 3 albums are their best, now comes this fourth effort and the first of several with the famous George Martin producing under contract for the boys. I just don't know what it would sound like without his touches, but you must admit that the songs would have probably still stood up with Martin because they are all wonderful and yet simple pop songs. Yes, there's lot of orchestral highlights here and in the next few albums but America was already going there anyway - especially since they were getting pretty sophisticated without Martin the previous year with "Hat Trick".

After listening to the beautiful Martin-orchestrated, Beckley composition, "Miniature" leading right into Bunnell's mega-hit, "Tin Man", you will never listen to Tin Man again without this symphonic prelude ever again!

Again, not a bad song on the album. It's wonderfully produced and performed. A real gem!
14 di 14 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
This album and Homecoming are a tie for second place 6 aprile 2003
Di Joseph Townsend - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
This is the perfect blending of America with george Martin and the result is a very fine album that has aged well. The lush string orchestration will remind many folks form my era (the 1960's) of the Beatles. But George Martin had to have something to work with didn't he, and I don't think he would have taken on this new band in the 1970's unless he felt there was something there that was worth his efforts. Sure, everyone loved Tin Man and Lonely People, but this album has so much more. Another Try is one of the very best songs the group ever perfomed, and Glad to See You features George Martin's fine orchestration. Mad Dog, Old Man Took and Hollywood are fine songs. I'd personally rate this as a tie with their second album right behind their first. I also like Hearts and Hideaway, but this one is a little better, in my opinion.
15 di 16 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
A forgotten treasure from the 70s! 24 luglio 2006
Di A Fan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
This was legendary Beatles producer, Sir George Martin's first collaboration with America. America brought in Martin to handle production after the disappointing commercial performance of their third album, Hat Trick the previous year. This album was a big hit in the US in 1974, peaking at 3 on the Billboard album chart, sold a million copies, and has some of Martin's best production work! The album contains two of America's biggest hits, Tin Man and Lonely People, which still get airplay more than 30 years after their release. It also contains several album tracks that received significant airplay during the mid-70s including: Baby It's Up To You, and Another Try (both of which probably would have been top 40 hits had Warner Brothers had the good sense to release them as singles). Simply a solid performance by America and George Martin! It is a shame that it took so long for this to be released on CD in the US.
11 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
One of Their Best 6 luglio 2000
Di Michael Butts - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Who else but American can typify the easy go lucky flavor of the seventies. Bright, melodic tunes; cryptic and interesting lyrics; and a sense of harmony. Truly these guys were overlooked by many as just a folk group who sang a stupid song about a horse with no name. Aw, shucks, guys. You weren't listening. This album is one of their finest. "Tin Man" "Ol Man Took," "Hollywood," "Lonely People" are prime examples of good solid writing and an understanding of what their audience wanted. I always found them refreshing---always interesting---and I still listen to their albums. Great music for a summer party!
10 di 10 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Lost Treasure! 16 gennaio 2004
Di Jason P. Gold - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
This was one of the few albums I really wanted on CD but could not find. I even had Tower Records try to order an import, and they failed -- miserably! They never even called me to say they couldn't get it. So, I actually bought software, a SoundBlaster Audigy sound card, and an old receiver with a phono preamp to burn my own copy from vinyl.
The merger of the Beatles producer, Sir Geroger Martin, and America produced a pop masterpiece. This album really gives America's first album a run for the money as America's best album. Where America's earlier work fell into the accoustic folk rock category, with this album they moved well towards the realm of accoustic pop.
The influence of Sir George is very apparent, particularly in the instrumentation, which includes piano, horns, violins and other orchesteral embelishments which were not incorporated in America's earlier albums. The songs are also more personal and introspective, which gives the album an intimacy lacking in America's earlier works.
OK! I have to mention it. The album had two hits -- "Tin Man" and "Lonely People." But, I consider "Old Man Took," "Another Try," and "Hollywood" to be better work.
Enjoy! Pop may never get this good again.

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