Ambrosia, an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, was formed by David Pack, Joe Puerta, Christopher North, and Burleigh Drummond in 1970.
“Biggest Part Of Me (Live Version),” from the 2006 “Midnight Special (1980)” DVD and first appeared on the 1980 “One Eighty” studio album, was sung by David Pack in the key of A sharp major or B flat major (A# | Bb).
“You’re The Only Woman” was sung by David Pack in the key of B major (B).
“I Just Can’t Let Go (Tribute To James Ingram)” was sung by David Pack, with Ambrosia, Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers) and James Ingram (Quincy Jones), in the key of E major (E). The song first appeared in 1985 on David Pack’s “Anywhere You Go” debut album and a new recording was included in 1997 on Ambrosia’s “Anthology” compilation album.
For the official website, see Ambrosia.
David Pack and Joe Puerta were the lead vocalists for Ambrosia.
In 1970, Ambrosia was founded as a quartet with guitarist-vocalist David Pack, bassist-vocalist Joe Puerta, pianist-organist, Christopher North, and drummer, Burleigh Drummond.
In 1983, Ambrosia disbanded.
In 1989, Ambrosia reunited.
In 2001, David Pack left Ambrosia.
2004: Real Artists Working
Various Artists: 2006: The Midnight Special (1978): How Much I Feel
Various Artists: 2006: The Midnight Special (1980): Biggest Part Of Me