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  1. Mijin Reply

    All in all, Somewhere I've Never Travelled lacks the crossover appeal that made Ambrosia such a unique album but is still a worthwhile listen for progressive rock fans.8/

  2. Daill Reply

    Echoes Records Tracks: Life Beyond LA, If Heaven Could Find Me, Not As You Were, How Much I Feel, And Somewhere I´ve Never Travelled, Nice Nice Very Nice, The Brunt, The Brunt (Conclusion), Band Introductions, Holdin´On To Yesterday, Can´t Let A Woman & I Wanna Know.

  3. Tojat Reply

    Ambrosia - Somewhere I`ve Never Travelled Lyrics. Somewhere I've never travelled That's were iv'e been today Somewhere beyond all reason But it came the only way I could find it something i.

  4. Bazil Reply

    It must be something I can't relate It's enough to drive a man from his mind I can't let a woman like you get to my head Goo, goo goo goo goo. Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Pack. AZLyrics. A. Ambrosia Lyrics. album: "Somewhere I've Never Travelled".

  5. Dusar Reply

    Somewhere I've Never Travelled Lyrics: Somewhere I've never travelled / That's where I've been today / Somewhere beyond all reason / But it became the only way / I could find it / Something inside.

  6. Kagis Reply

    Los Angeles quartet Ambrosia, whose founding members included guitarist/vocalist David Pack, bassist/vocalist Joe Puerta, keyboardist Christopher North, and drummer Burleigh Drummond, fused symphonic art rock with a slickly produced pop sound.

  7. Araramar Reply

    Ambrosia - Somewhere I've Never Traveled Palladium Dallas (Dallas, TX), 01/27/ The encore begins with "Can't Let a Woman," a rocker off the second album, followed by a loose romp down.

  8. Fenrim Reply

    (Ambrosia's first album was engineered by Alan Parsons, who served as producer and engineer for their second; all four members of Ambrosia played on the first Alan Parsons Project album, Tales of Mystery and Imagination.) Pack joined producer Alan Parsons on his live tribute tour to the music of the Beatles called A Walk Down Abbey Road.

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