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Dreamer of Glass Beach: The Hollywood Years 1971-1982, Vol. 2. RPM. 4:05.
America is the debut studio album by America, released in 1971. It was initially released without "A Horse with No Name", which was released as a single in late 1971. When "A Horse with No Name" became a worldwide hit in early 1972, the album was re-released with that track. The album went to No. 1 on the Billboard album chart in the United States and stayed there for five weeks
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Wirtz will always be remembered as the creator of the infamous Teenage Opera which catapulted Keith West into momentary fame. Prior to this, he was a successful producer at EMI principally for his work on the stereo-only Studio 2 series. Wirtz was already producing the (pre Tomorrow (2)) In Crowd, had used Steve Howe as a session guitarist on various projects, and subsequently asked Keith West to assist him on the "Teenage Opera"
Mark P. Wirtz (born 3 September 1943 in Strasbourg, France) is an Alsatian pop music record producer, composer, singer, musician, author, and comedian. As a producer, Wirtz's most famous output is from the mid to late 1960s, when he worked at Abbey Road Studios with Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick, under contract to EMI. Wirtz is chiefly known for the never-completed A Teenage Opera concept album.
Mark Wirtz began his music career while studying art at London's Fairfield College of Arts and Sciences. In 1979, signed by Russ Regan to Interworld Music/CBS Records as writer and producer, Wirtz returned to the studio to produce his third solo album, Lost Pets, sequentially joined by ace guitarists Richard Bennett and John Beland, keyboard players Alan Lindgren and Tom Hensley, drummers Billy Thomas and Denny Seiwell, and bassists David Hungate and Les Hurdle.
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