19 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

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3.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

J. Crosby ,

Vintage America Live in Concert, with a Few Surprises...

America's Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell offer an excellent acoustic set from Wildwood Springs that has all of the cuts from their standard in-concert playlist but adds in a few surprises. You'll find "Once Chance," "Ride On" and an abbreviated version of "Chasin' the Rainbow" from America's fairly recent (and outstanding) studio recording "Here & Now," along with some album cuts ("All My Life" from the "Silent Letter" LP; "Submarine Ladies" from the "Hat Trick" album; "Baby It's Up to You" from "Holiday" among the best). If you've seen America live in concert in recent years, you'll recognize the renditions of these classic and newer tunes.... and enjoy them all over again.

larrylud ,

Please Let Dan Back In-Come On Guys!!!

I Love Gerry and Dewey, but when I think how great they are with Dan Peek, and knowing that he is apparently willing to reunite, It saddens me that they can't work it out for the fans. I heard someone say "Dan is the straw that stirred the drink.." How true that is. I'll keep hoping for the magic that miracle reunion would bring..

Bark'n ,

Like Being At A Private Concert

Wildwood Springs is an old resort dating back to the 1920's located in the Missouri Ozark hills. It is an intimate venue with the stage set up in the lobby area. What a great place to experience America live! It's like everyone has a back stage pass to his or her own private concert. With seating for probably no more than 150 - 200 people, America is rich and vibrant in this setting. This is an awesome acoustical album recorded at Wildwood Springs. I haven't seen them live in almost 30 years and this concert was a great experience.

America is back at Wildwood Springs this fall (2009), and if you're a fan, it's worth the trip to see a great performance and be able to meet & talk with them after the concert.

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