In 1979 America (Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley) were at the height of their popularity and had just released Silent Letter their first album as a duo following the departure of fellow founder member Dan Peek. Acclaimed Australian film maker Peter Clifton captured the band at their concert in New York s Central Park and then followed them across to California where he filmed them in the studio and on location in the Palm Springs Desert. All of this footage was combined to make America Live At Central Park .
All'apice di una strepitosa carriera gli America del 1979 (Dewey Bunnell e Gerry Beckley) approdano a Central Park per una memorabile esibizione filmata dal regista cinematografico Peter Clifton che ha poi mescolato il concerto con immagini tratte dalle prove in studio della band. Contiene le hit Tin Man, I Need You, Ventura Highway, Sister Golden Hair e A Horse With No Name.