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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMasticator View Post
    "Repulsively mesmerizing"....the perfect description, but I still don't know if I should apologize for sharing it or not. LOL

    I'm guessing that was done in real time. It's amazing what genuine enthusiasm can enable humans to do, and those kids were full of it.
    As are you.

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    I always liked this one:

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    Here's one by Def Leopard before they hit it big. This album (High & Dry) and the Pyromania album were my favorites by them. High & Dry was their 2nd album (1981), Pyromaina the 3rd (1982).


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    Pre-Steve Perry Journey is definitely worth a listen. Gregg Rollie did most of the singing and as much as Neil Schon has always been a great guitarist, there was something really amazing out his playing before they went mainstream pop rock.

    Rollie and Schon used to play with Santana back in the early-mid 70s. "Black Magic Woman" is Rollie on vocals.

    Here's a good pre Perry song.


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    Actually one of my favorite post-Perry Journey songs was Feeling that Way where Rollie did the majority of the vocals. I guess it was a way of introducing Perry a little slowly. Journey had a decent following in California before Perry.

    After Perry joined, people would walk out of their concerts.

    They definitely moved to mainstream pop rock on Infinity, but you can still catch glimpses of pre-Steve styles throughout the Album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian8383 View Post
    Actually one of my favite post-Perry Journey songs was Feeling that Way where Rollie did the majority of the vocals. I guess it was a way of introducing Perry a little slowly. Journey had a decent following in California before Perry.

    After Perry joined, people would walk out of their concerts.

    They definitely moved to mainstream pop rock on Infinity, but you can still catch glimpses of pre-Steve styles throughout the Album.
    Rollie's vocals have a 'Chicago' feel to them.

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    No thread would be completed without the classic Highway Star and it's world class guitar solo. And what a solo it is. This is a cover, but the kid nails the guitar, particularly the lead:


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    My wife and I drove across Canada for our honeymoon. This was played every time the engine was started for the next leg of the trip. Despite hearing it what feels like a thousand times, still one of my all time favourites.

    https://youtu.be/GONmFCkCGCc

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    I'm a sucker for complicated female vocals. Great music doesn't just come from the previous century with obligatory guitar solo:

    https://youtu.be/JSFDom1eafo

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    Funny, I've been posting a song every so often, no one that I remember said anything.

    But I post just good listening stuff, and btw I'm very familiar with most of what's posted.

    Matter of fact was listening to this while reading...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfLvR5kpVvY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7gSgXGqjsM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUOFj0ztpSU

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    I watch this show often. I'm a sucker for live performances. I don't know if anyone noticed, but most of my posts here are of live performances.

    This dude knocked it out of the park. There is 2 minutes of interview before he starts. If you just want to hear his rendition of
    Imagine and not the interview, skip to 2:05.


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