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Perry or his Management! The tracks are arranged chronologically and include both studio and live tracks. A booklet documenting the band's history and song details is included.
With the box set can be heard the progression of the band from the early days with heavy influences from Gregg Rolie, Aynsley Dunbar, and Neal Schon —to the changes the band made with the addition of Jonathan Cain and Steve Perry —to the differences of the band afterincluding Neal's Jazz influences and the album Raised on Radio.
The box also features several unreleased Journey songs, alternate versions or even demos such as "Velvet Curtain", the very early incomplete version of "Feeling That Way" before Perry rebuilt the whole song structure. Dunbar From "Infinity" Journey often reworked ideas in recordings until the band was satisfied with the results before committing them to vinyl.
When Perry came onboard, he rewrote the track again, adding a fresh chorus, and shared lead vocals with Rolie on the version that finally made it to record and the concert stage repertoire.
Valory From "Infinity" Neal Schon wrote the chorus lyrics: The second single from "Infinity" rose to 83 on the charts.
Schon From "Infinity" The first song with the band he put together in less than an hour in a hotel room in Denver, with Schon playing acoustic guitar.
Perry From "Evolution" Never played by the band live, this instrumental track featuring Schon on overdubbed guitars was used as a tape to open concerts. Schon From "Evolution" Perry wrote this song about a friend from his hometown, a drug addict he wanted to warn to leave town before he ran out of options.
The friend eventually heard the tune and Perry told him what it was about. Perry From "Evolution" Perry wrote this song five years before joining Journey while contemplating the beauty of Lake Tahoe. Valory From "Evolution" That was just a piano riff that developed," said Rolie.
The leadoff single from the "Evolution" album reached 58 on the charts. Schon From "Departure" Perry and Schon unveiled this number on the band bus, Schon strumming on acoustic and Perry singing.
In the studio, Rolie tried a mellotron on the number and the instrument proved defective. Co-producer Geoff Workman managed to correct the sound somewhat and, once doubled with Rolie's regular organ, the combination created a unique sound which, coupled with the stacked background vocals, gave the song a kind of celestial ring.
A concert favorite, the song ended up playing behind Rodney Dangerfield on the golf course in "Caddyshack. Schon From "Departure" "We got a letter from some college saying they used this song in a music composition class as an example of good writing structure," said Rolie.
Schon From "Departure" With some arranging help from Neal's father, Schon and Perry built this short little piece from playing around with Jazz and classical chords. Schon From "Departure" Perry remembered the song evolving from a jam at the Oakland rehearsal hall around a Steve Smith drum figure.
The song served as the opening number to many Journey concerts. Schon From "Departure" Inspired by the sound effect that opened the Junior Walker hit, Steve Perry wanted to include a shotgun blast on top of this Schon-driven rocker, an incidental touch that consumed considerable studio time to accomplish in the end.
Smith From "Departure" A throwback to the early Journey, this demanding piece employed an unusual kind of shuffle rhythm for Journey. Schon fashioned the music along classic hard rock lines and a dense sound protruded somewhat from the overall sleeker tone of "Departure.
Schon From "Captured" Perry brought this song into the group with him.MercyMe's song "I Can Only Imagine" was inspired by the death of lead singer Bart Millard's father and ended up providing hope, healing and comfort to a country that was still fresh with the scars caused by the attacks of September 11th.
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