Live (America Album) - Track Listing

Track Listing

  1. "Tin Man" (Dewey Bunnell)
  2. "Muskrat Love" (Willis Alan Ramsey)
  3. "I Need You" (Gerry Beckley)
  4. "Old Man Took" (Bunnell)
  5. "Daisy Jane" (Beckley)
  6. "Company" (Bunnell)
  7. "Hollywood" (Bunnell)
  8. "Sergeant Darkness" (Beckley)
  9. "Amber Cascades" (Bunnell)
  10. "To Each His Own" (Beckley)
  11. "Another Try" (Beckley)
  12. "Ventura Highway" (Bunnell)
  13. "Sister Golden Hair" (Beckley)
  14. "A Horse With No Name" (Bunnell)
  • Gerry Beckley
  • Dewey Bunnell
  • Dan Peek
Studio albums
  • America
  • Homecoming
  • Hat Trick
  • Holiday
  • Hearts
  • Hideaway
  • Harbor
  • Silent Letter
  • Alibi
  • View from the Ground
  • Your Move
  • Perspective
  • Hourglass
  • Human Nature
  • Holiday Harmony
  • Here & Now
  • Hits: 40th Anniversary Edition
  • Back Pages
  • History: America's Greatest Hits
  • Encore: More Greatest Hits
  • Highway
  • The Complete Greatest Hits
Live albums
  • Live
  • In Concert
  • In Concert (King Biscuit)
  • Horse with No Name
  • The Grand Cayman Concert
  • Live In Concert: Wildwood Springs
Video albums
  • The Last Unicorn
  • "A Horse with No Name"
  • "I Need You"
  • "Ventura Highway"
  • "Muskrat Love"
  • "Tin Man"
  • "Lonely People"
  • "Sister Golden Hair"
  • "Daisy Jane"
  • "Woman Tonight"
  • "Today's the Day"
  • "Amber Cascades"
  • "You Can Do Magic"
  • "Right Before Your Eyes"
  • "The Border"
Related articles
  • Discography

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