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A complete list of the A&M Records 25th Anniversary Classics Series

Discussion in 'A Small Circle of Friends: The Music Forum' started by Ronnie Madrid, May 18, 2017.

  1. Ronnie Madrid

    Ronnie Madrid Member Thread Starter

    I'm a newer member of this forum. I've searched the internet (including Wikipedia), as well as this forum, for a simple, yet complete list of the A&M Records 25th Anniversary Classics Series. I see a lot of info on this forum about the CDs contained in this series, including Harry's 50th anniversary reviews of these CDs, as well as Mr. Bill's wish list for a continuation of this series (complete with cd covers). Yet, I couldn't find a simple, complete list of the actual CDs in the series. If it exists - either here or elsewhere - my apologies. Otherwise, I compiled this list and submit it here - just so that people like myself can find this info quickly and easily in one place:

    A&M Records 25th Anniversary Classics Series:
    Volume 1: Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
    Volume 2: Carpenters
    Volume 3: Quincy Jones
    Volume 4: Joe Cocker
    Volume 5: Rita Coolidge
    Volume 6: Chuck Mangione
    Volume 7: Gino Vannelli
    Volume 8: Joan Baez
    Volume 9: Supertramp
    Volume 10: Atlantic Starr
    Volume 11: The Brothers Johnson
    Volume 12: Peter Frampton
    Volume 13: Nils Lofgren
    Volume 14: Humble Pie
    Volume 15: Styx
    Volume 16: Nazareth
    Volume 17: Procol Harum
    Volume 18: Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66-'86
    Volume 19: Lani Hall
    Volume 20: Herb Alpert
    Volume 21: Joan Armatrading
    Volume 22: Wes Montgomery
    Volume 23: Burt Bacharach
    Volume 24: Cat Stevens
    Volume 25: Squeeze
    Volume 26: Pablo Cruise
    Volume 27: LTD (featuring Jeffrey Osborne)
     
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  2. Ronnie Madrid

    Ronnie Madrid Member Thread Starter

    Thank you, Harry! Did you piece this graphic together just for this occasion, or did it already exist in some "easily" findable place? Just curious, 'cause I searched the world over and . . .
     
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  3. It was in my archive from sometime prior.
     
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