Journey (Official Thread)

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The first and best with Perry includes material by Fleischman, such as Wheel in the Sky. The following Perry albums were good, but you could sense the decline, especially when Rolie and then Valory left the band. I liked Journey when there was still a trace of Santana.

This is my favourite Journey-with-Perry song, worth watching for Neal Schon's taste in fashion alone, although his playing is exactly as you would expect;

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Infinity was, by far, Journey's best album. Rollie was a great singer to have alongside Perry.
 

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January 2018 is the 40th birthday of Infinity

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinity_(Journey_album)

Winds of March

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The one that started it all, the first CD that put Journey on the map with Steve Perry as lead singer. You have there radio hits "Lights", and "Wheel in the Sky", and you also have the ones that can hold there own like "Patiently", "Somethin' to Hide", and "Winds of March". And it all just get's better from here. One of the best Journey album's. This is where good music lived..... ooooohhhhh anytime that you want me....
 

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I knew if I looked hard enough, I would find a thread for Journey. One of my all time favorite classic rock bands.

Anyways, I have seen them in concert 7 times, all with Perry. From the Infinity tour to the Raised on Radio tour, there was never a bad show, and they always had great opening acts (Loverboy and Glass Tiger come to mind right away).

As to the current version of Journey, well, Arnel isn't a bad singer, but he's not Steve. They just played Lolla in Chicago and Arnel's age is catching up to him; he struggled to hit the notes that he used to hit.

I've also seen two tribute bands (Escape and DSB) and neither of them sang anything before Infinity or after Trial by Fire. I don't think that's a coincidence.
 

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