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Journey - An Informal Survey part 2: Electric Bugaloo

dr_dank (472072) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 4

The 1970's yielded many rock acts that toured the nation and flooded the airwaves. Some have gone on to become classics. The music of Journey is one such example.

Whether you like to "Be good to yourself" or not, "only the young" will be unable to resist their power chord charms belted out by Neal Schon. Whether you pine for Steve Perry or find that Steve Augeri is just as good, tell us about your favorite Journey tunes.

The 1970's yielded many rock acts that toured the nation and flooded the airwaves. Some have gone on to become classics. The music of Journey is one such example.

Whether you like to "Be good to yourself" or not, "only the young" will be unable to resist their power chord charms belted out by Neal Schon. Whether you pine for Steve Perry or find that Steve Augeri is just as good, tell us about your favorite Journey tunes.

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Faithfully (1)

VivianC (206472) | more than 10 years ago | (#7336230)

I loved Faithfully. And for some odd reason, I was singing O Sherry last week.

Re:Faithfully (1)

dr_dank (472072) | more than 10 years ago | (#7340348)

"Oh Sherry" enters the grey area of the solo career. The backing band sounds a hell of a lot like Journey, but isn't Journey. Yet, some tribute bands will play it just the same.

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