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Page Artiste Journey

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (8 novembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN : B000024QU0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Majestic
  2. Where Were You
  3. Just The Same Way
  4. Line Of Fire
  5. Lights
  6. Stay Awhile
  7. Too Late
  8. Dixie Highway
  9. Feeling That Way
  10. Anytime
  11. Do You Recall
  12. Walks Like A Lady
  13. Lo Do Da
  14. Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'
  15. Wheel In The Sky
  16. Any Way You Want It
  17. The Party's Over (Hopelessly In Love)

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing energy and songs--GREAT live album! 2 octobre 2002
Par Brad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a classic live album by my all-time favorite rock band. It includes many of the band's classics from their three successive classic rock albums "Infinity" (1978), "Evolution" (1979), and "Departure" (1980). Needless to say for any true Journey fan, these songs sound great live.
Many of these performances go far beyond the studio versions. Take the jam that comes out of "Walks Like A Lady"--a 3-minute song that turns into 7 minutes live. Songs like "Line Of Fire", "Feeling That Way", "Anytime", and "Wheel In The Sky" absolutely rock. The inclusion of the live track "Dixie Highway" and the new (at the time of release) studio track "The Party's Over (Hopelessly In Love) are also fantastic.
This is what a live album should be. The crowd is very prevalent throughout the album, and the interaction between the band and the crowd is left unedited in many spots. Clearly, this band was as special live as they were on their studio albums. (They still are, by the way, as I just saw the current lineup at "The Big E" in Massachusetts on September 29th--their last show of this year's tour.) This is a fantastic live album of some of the best classic rock of a generation. Highly recommended.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 15 octobre 2016
Par Frankie Russell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Cd was great thank you
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Somewhere in Time .... 9 janvier 2007
Par Rosanne Stutts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What a great trip into the past. Not only the sounds and songs of Journey but live to boot.

Most excellent sounds to "road trip" by.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "You See This Microphone Over Here..... 7 août 2006
Par Jeffrey G. Stevenson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
.....You see this one right over here?....Do you know what that means?" Yes, I would guess that anybody at that particular show who didn't know what that meant, quickly found out that they were involved in something special---- One of the most inspired, beloved live albums to date! And although this album was recorded over the span of many months on their world tour, one could easily be "fooled" into thinking this was taken from a single show. This live release simply has an exceptional flow to the varied material heard here....almost as if the people who edited this together, were aiming for that effect. The band must have been in great 'form' for the entire Tour....great musicianship, great crowd interaction, and one heck of a great setlist. I don't know of many other groups besides Journey that can alternate between straight-on 'rockers' and heart-wrenching 'ballads', and keep an audience enthralled for the entire show. And the Solos on this album are absolutely 'Killer'... Mr. Schon certainly gets his fair share of the audiences' attention....even the "not too common" bass solo/spanking in "La Do Da" brings Mr. Valory kudos from the crowd. But for me, being a drummer, its Mr. Smith that caught my attention in a BIG way with his wonderfully constructed drum solo. Steve Smith has become my single favorite drummer over the years and I literally NEVER tire of hearing his facility and mastery on the drumkit( if you've only heard Steve with Journey, you MUST do yourself a favor and explore some of his "other-worldly" work with Jean-Luc Ponty, Vital Information , and Vital Tech Tones....absolutely amazing playing by all involved!). But I would venture to say that Mr. Perry played the biggest role in keeping these audiences "on their toes" during the recording sessions for "Captured"---- Steve Perry is truly one of the great vocalist of Pop-Rock music and should certainly go down in music's history as so.

As for the individual songs here on "Captured", there is a nice mix from the bands past releases...though you won't hear anything from the bands "progressive" years here. I like nearly everything Journey has put out, but, through no fault of the band, I have been 'over-exposed' to some of the songs here...thanks to our local "small-Town" AOR radio station. So with that said, I do find myself skipping through a handfull of tunes...most notably: "Lights", "AnyWay You Want It", "Wheel in the Sky", and "Lovin',Touchin',Squeezin'". Don't get me wrong, I love those songs, but its the songs I hadn't been exposed to that keeps me coming back to this album---- "Dixie Highway", "Walks Like a Lady", "Line of Fire", "Too Late", "La Do Da" and, possibly my favorite (slow) Journey tune, "Stay Awhile". By far, this is my preferred version of this great band----shortly after this recording Greg Rollie would move on, and Journey would hit 'SuperStar' status with their next album ("Escape")...not to be 'De-throned' till many years later. This album is truly one of the most exciting live albums ever recorded...and Journey is truly one of the best, universally liked bands in the history of R-n-R---- #3 of my all-time favorite live albums....See Why For Yourself!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential Journey 11 juillet 2001
Par dc777 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you're into live music this would be a great addition to your collection. "Captured" is a solid release by a line-up that features Gregg Rollie on organ/piano; this would be his last appearance on a Journey release - what a swan song!
Rollies playing gives Journey that rock/blues feel that is consistant with their 3 previous releases "Infinity", "Evolution", and "Departure". Neil Schon delivers on every song, definately one of the most underrated guitarist of the late 70's and 80's.
All the tracks are great and are delivered with vigor; the standouts are subject to debate, however I will give it a shot. "Just The Same Way" is one of my favoriates, Schon does a great job soloing. I particularly liked the way "Lights"/"Stay Awhile" is arranged - the harmonies and guitar work are crisp. "Feeling That Way"/"Anytime" features stellar harmonies once again; Rollie and Perry do a nice job trading off vocals. It seems to be a little smoother that the studio version.
"Walks Like A Lady" features a blistering, paint-pealing guitar solo that Carlos Santana would be proud of. "La Do Da" features Steve "Machine Gun" Smith beating drum-skins into submission. "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" is another high-light with smooth harmonies and percise guitar work.
"Wheel In The Sky", wow. I like this version a lot - great harmonies with Schon blazing in the background at the end of the track. "Any Way You Want It" rounds out the live set in fine fashion.
"The Pary's Over...." is a peak to Journey's next release "Escape".
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