Best Ambrosia Songs of All Time – Top 10 Tracks


Follow Ambrosia!

Follow Ambrosia to get alerts about upcoming events and special deals!

Ambrosia formed in 1970, in the South Bay/San Pedro area of Southern California.

Ambrosia has performed in venues such as: Libbey Bowl, Xcite Center at Parx Casino

Ambrosia has upcoming events in Libbey Bowl, Xcite Center at Parx Casino

Without further ado, here are Ambrosia top 10 tracks of all time:

1. Biggest Part of Me

2. How Much I Feel

3. You're the Only Woman - You & I

4. Holdin' on to Yesterday

Ambrosia, Alan Parsons

5. Nice, Nice, Very Nice

Ambrosia, Alan Parsons

6. Life Beyond L.A.

7. How Much I Feel

8. How Long (Has This Been Going On) [Live]

9. Livin' on My Own

Ambrosia, Michael Verdick

10. Time Waits for No One

Ambrosia, Alan Parsons

Ambrosia Details


Ambrosia formed in 1970, in the South Bay/San Pedro area of Southern California. The musicians were inspired by the progressive rock era, and developed a large regional following for their inventive musicianship and skillful arranging. Ambrosia came to national prominence in 1975 with the release of their self-titled debut album on 20th Century Fox Records. Ambrosia was produced and engineered by the legendary Alan Parsons, and featured the top ten hit "Holdin' on to Yesterday", as well as the FM classic "Nice Nice, Very Nice". After lengthy touring, the band returned in 1976 with "Somewhere I've Never Traveled," also produced and engineered by Parsons. The Album yielded the title song, which quickly became an FM favorite. Both Ambrosia and "Somewhere I've Never Traveled" received Grammy nominations, and set the stage for the band's signing to Warner Bros. Records. During that time, the group also scored a top 40 hit with a cover of the Beatles classic "Magical Mystery Tour", from the motion picture "All This and WWII." In 1978, Warner Bros. released Life beyond L.A., which simultaneously scored their first gold CHR hit' "How Much I Feel", as well as the #1 rock track "Life Beyond L.A." Extensive touring with Fleetwood Mac and the Doobie Brothers, in addition to major headlining shows, cemented Ambrosia's reputation as a stellar live act. In 1980, Warner Bros. released "One Eighty," a smash LP that produced two of the year's biggest hits, "You're the Only Woman" and "Biggest Part of Me." Though a headlining world tour and three Grammy nominations followed, one of the biggest honors bestowed upon them was Quincy Jones' declaration that "Biggest Part of Me" was one of his all time favorite songs. Ambrosia released their fifth and final album, "Road Island," in 1982.
The Year 2000 marks the 30th anniversary of Ambrosia, and the band has celebrated with a very busy touring schedule that has reaped box office success, while proving to the world that Ambrosia will be a driving force in the new millennium.
read more

AMBROSIA Music, Free MP3 Download (stream)

Upcoming Ambrosia Events

Sun Aug 22 · 6 pm
Guest List Tickets Tables
Fri Sep 17 · 8 pm
Guest List Tickets Tables