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The Ambassadors

The Ambassadors

The Ambassadors


There are five bands with the same name: 1.) The Ambassadors is a punk/pop-punk band from Cebu, Philippines. Current Members: Bai Nuñez (vocals, guitars) Joseph Agura (bass, b-vocals) Dennis "Sua" Suarez (drums, snores) Chris Janulgue (guitars, b-vocals) Mark Padayao (vocals/MISSING) Not new to the music scene, The Ambassadors proved that to exist and enjoy their place only takes patience, dedication and a whole lot of fun! With punk as the root of their lifestyle, The Ambassadors are serious and comedic. Read more on Last.fm
There are five bands with the same name: 1.) The Ambassadors is a punk/pop-punk band from Cebu, Philippines. Current Members: Bai Nuñez (vocals, guitars) Joseph Agura (bass, b-vocals) Dennis "Sua" Suarez (drums, snores) Chris Janulgue (guitars, b-vocals) Mark Padayao (vocals/MISSING) Not new to the music scene, The Ambassadors proved that to exist and enjoy their place only takes patience, dedication and a whole lot of fun! With punk as the root of their lifestyle, The Ambassadors are serious and comedic. They are stoic and irreverent. They are "EXPN"; the ultimate adrenaline rush. Clean vocals mixed with crunch-guitars and choir-like backing vocals touched with a bassist who is one with the drummer's complicated pounding of the drums, makes up this melodic-punk-unpredictable force. 2.) The Ambassadors had but one small R&B hit in 1969, "I Really Love You," a dramatic ballad in the Philadelphia soul style with an ascending horn riff, co-written by Kenny Gamble.

They did stay together long enough to do an album, Soul Summit, which featured several musicians — including Leon Huff (on piano) and Earl Young (drums) — who were instrumental to the Gamble-Huff productions that epitomized the peak of Philadelphia soul in the early '70s. The Ambassadors didn't project a ton of personality, but then again, personality wasn't the long suit of some other big Philadelphia soul acts; perhaps if they'd been given excellent material, they would have been far more successful. As it is, the rare Soul Summit LP, reissued on CD in 1998, is a notable find for those who love the Gamble-Huff sound and want an accomplished example that they might not have previously heard. 3) The Ambassadors were a small Norwich based Mod Revival band from the 80s comprising of: Stuart Coward - Guitar, Keyboard & Vocals Andrew Jones - Bass guitar & vocals Andrew Spooner - Drums They released 'Somewhere To Hide' on Unicorn Records (PHZA-12) in 1987.

A one sided (pressed on both sides) mini album. Tracks include 'Who Cried Wolf', 'A Chest To Pin It On' and 'Rag Doll' 4) The Ambassadors was also the name under which the Saints (a UK instrumental group produced by Joe Meek) released their only record in the US 5)The Ambassadors is also the name of a recording act of the 1920s. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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