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Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:10 am
by taysam
Does anyone know when and where this was from? Sorry if I am late to the game, but I just found it on Spotify.

Amazing concert! Love hear Gregg and Steve sing together!

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:25 am
by chynablue
Always loved the way they sing Next together.

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:05 pm
by tater1977
Wonder if this is actually licensed by Journey or some money grubber :?:

Transmission Impossible - Journey (3CD)
by Journey

https://www.spincds.com/live-at-george- ... inyl-53793

Released: 22nd September 2017

THREE CD COLLECTION OF SUPERB RADIO BROADCAST RECORDINGS This triple CD set contains a selection of live performances recorded for FM radio broadcast, captured during the early part of their career. Disc One features their show from The Riviera Theatre in Chicago on 1st May 1976, shortly after the release of their sophomore album Look Into The Future, when ex-Santana man Gregg Rolie undertook lead vocal duties. Disc Two includes a rare performance in the form of Journey s set for the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show on 1st October 1978. Recorded in the wake of their Infinity album, and featuring both Rolie and new vocalist Steve Perry, the group are joined by a selection of guest musicians from such bands as The Doobie Brothers, Tower Of Power and Stoneground, performing a selection of classic blues and Motown covers in addition to cuts from their own catalogue. Disc Three concludes this collection with a show given at The Lloyd Noble Center, Oklahoma on 21st July 1983. Now featuring Perry as full time front man, this recording is packed with some of Journey s best-loved songs, including the immortal Don t Stop Believin .

DISC 1 1. Mystery Mountain 4:19 2. In My Lonely Feeling 4:57 3. Look Into The Future 8:06 4. On A Saturday Nite 6:36 5. Midnight Dreamer 7:49 6. Of A Lifetime 7:49 7. You're On Your Own 9:34 8. It's All Too Much 5:27 9. In The Morning Day 6:31

DISC 2 1. Feeling That Way 3:36 2. Anytime 3:53 3. Road Runner 3:58 4. Love Hurts 4:36 5. Hold On, I'm Coming 5:01 6. People Get Ready 3:38 7. Show Me 3:24 8. Crossroads 3:33 9. Born Under A Bad Sign 4:35 10. Good Times 3:19 11. Lights 3:18 12. Wheel In The Sky 5:53 13. Winds Of March 5:11 14. Blues Jam 7:12 15. On A Saturday Nite 6:39 16. She Makes Me (Feel Alright) 4:35

DISC 3 1. Chain Reaction 4:21 2. Wheel In The Sky 3:26 3. Line Of Fire 3:31 4. Send Her My Love 3:54 5. Still They Ride 4:07 6. Open Arms 3:19 7. No More Lies 3:34 8. Back Talk 3:11 9. Edge Of The Blade 5:12 10. Jonathan Cain On Keys 3:22 11. Rubicon 4:45 12. Steve Smith On Drums 2:41 13. Escape 5:00 14. Faithfully 4:24 15. Who’s Crying Now 5:41 16. Don’t Stop Believin’ 3:51 17. Stone In Love 5:01 18. Keep On Runnin’ 4:25 19. Lights 4:26

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 12:05 am
by HydraRed
That particular show is May 9th, 1979, in Denver. One of the better sounding shows from the Evolution tour.

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 5:40 am
by bellairepark73
That CD is mine next paycheck. Thanks!

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:44 pm
by tater1977
tater1977 wrote:Wonder if this is actually licensed by Journey or some money grubber :?:

Transmission Impossible - Journey (3CD)
by Journey

https://www.spincds.com/live-at-george- ... inyl-53793

Released: 22nd September 2017

THREE CD COLLECTION OF SUPERB RADIO BROADCAST RECORDINGS This triple CD set contains a selection of live performances recorded for FM radio broadcast, captured during the early part of their career. Disc One features their show from The Riviera Theatre in Chicago on 1st May 1976, shortly after the release of their sophomore album Look Into The Future, when ex-Santana man Gregg Rolie undertook lead vocal duties. Disc Two includes a rare performance in the form of Journey s set for the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show on 1st October 1978. Recorded in the wake of their Infinity album, and featuring both Rolie and new vocalist Steve Perry, the group are joined by a selection of guest musicians from such bands as The Doobie Brothers, Tower Of Power and Stoneground, performing a selection of classic blues and Motown covers in addition to cuts from their own catalogue. Disc Three concludes this collection with a show given at The Lloyd Noble Center, Oklahoma on 21st July 1983. Now featuring Perry as full time front man, this recording is packed with some of Journey s best-loved songs, including the immortal Don t Stop Believin .

DISC 1 1. Mystery Mountain 4:19 2. In My Lonely Feeling 4:57 3. Look Into The Future 8:06 4. On A Saturday Nite 6:36 5. Midnight Dreamer 7:49 6. Of A Lifetime 7:49 7. You're On Your Own 9:34 8. It's All Too Much 5:27 9. In The Morning Day 6:31

DISC 2 1. Feeling That Way 3:36 2. Anytime 3:53 3. Road Runner 3:58 4. Love Hurts 4:36 5. Hold On, I'm Coming 5:01 6. People Get Ready 3:38 7. Show Me 3:24 8. Crossroads 3:33 9. Born Under A Bad Sign 4:35 10. Good Times 3:19 11. Lights 3:18 12. Wheel In The Sky 5:53 13. Winds Of March 5:11 14. Blues Jam 7:12 15. On A Saturday Nite 6:39 16. She Makes Me (Feel Alright) 4:35

DISC 3 1. Chain Reaction 4:21 2. Wheel In The Sky 3:26 3. Line Of Fire 3:31 4. Send Her My Love 3:54 5. Still They Ride 4:07 6. Open Arms 3:19 7. No More Lies 3:34 8. Back Talk 3:11 9. Edge Of The Blade 5:12 10. Jonathan Cain On Keys 3:22 11. Rubicon 4:45 12. Steve Smith On Drums 2:41 13. Escape 5:00 14. Faithfully 4:24 15. Who’s Crying Now 5:41 16. Don’t Stop Believin’ 3:51 17. Stone In Love 5:01 18. Keep On Runnin’ 4:25 19. Lights 4:26


NEAL SCHON MUSIC‏Verified account @NealSchonMusic
Never heard of it
1:37 AM - 12 Aug 2017

Frankie P @frankparrino
Hey Neal, what is up with Transmission Impossible ? Is that really a Journey Live 3cd set being released in September 2017 ?

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 10:55 pm
by SoonerThunder
Legends Live 39 is AMAZING! If you have Spotify you definitely want to check it out.

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:45 am
by Journey/Survivor
tater1977 wrote:
tater1977 wrote:Wonder if this is actually licensed by Journey or some money grubber :?:

Transmission Impossible - Journey (3CD)
by Journey

https://www.spincds.com/live-at-george- ... inyl-53793

Released: 22nd September 2017

THREE CD COLLECTION OF SUPERB RADIO BROADCAST RECORDINGS This triple CD set contains a selection of live performances recorded for FM radio broadcast, captured during the early part of their career. Disc One features their show from The Riviera Theatre in Chicago on 1st May 1976, shortly after the release of their sophomore album Look Into The Future, when ex-Santana man Gregg Rolie undertook lead vocal duties. Disc Two includes a rare performance in the form of Journey s set for the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show on 1st October 1978. Recorded in the wake of their Infinity album, and featuring both Rolie and new vocalist Steve Perry, the group are joined by a selection of guest musicians from such bands as The Doobie Brothers, Tower Of Power and Stoneground, performing a selection of classic blues and Motown covers in addition to cuts from their own catalogue. Disc Three concludes this collection with a show given at The Lloyd Noble Center, Oklahoma on 21st July 1983. Now featuring Perry as full time front man, this recording is packed with some of Journey s best-loved songs, including the immortal Don t Stop Believin .

DISC 1 1. Mystery Mountain 4:19 2. In My Lonely Feeling 4:57 3. Look Into The Future 8:06 4. On A Saturday Nite 6:36 5. Midnight Dreamer 7:49 6. Of A Lifetime 7:49 7. You're On Your Own 9:34 8. It's All Too Much 5:27 9. In The Morning Day 6:31

DISC 2 1. Feeling That Way 3:36 2. Anytime 3:53 3. Road Runner 3:58 4. Love Hurts 4:36 5. Hold On, I'm Coming 5:01 6. People Get Ready 3:38 7. Show Me 3:24 8. Crossroads 3:33 9. Born Under A Bad Sign 4:35 10. Good Times 3:19 11. Lights 3:18 12. Wheel In The Sky 5:53 13. Winds Of March 5:11 14. Blues Jam 7:12 15. On A Saturday Nite 6:39 16. She Makes Me (Feel Alright) 4:35

DISC 3 1. Chain Reaction 4:21 2. Wheel In The Sky 3:26 3. Line Of Fire 3:31 4. Send Her My Love 3:54 5. Still They Ride 4:07 6. Open Arms 3:19 7. No More Lies 3:34 8. Back Talk 3:11 9. Edge Of The Blade 5:12 10. Jonathan Cain On Keys 3:22 11. Rubicon 4:45 12. Steve Smith On Drums 2:41 13. Escape 5:00 14. Faithfully 4:24 15. Who’s Crying Now 5:41 16. Don’t Stop Believin’ 3:51 17. Stone In Love 5:01 18. Keep On Runnin’ 4:25 19. Lights 4:26


NEAL SCHON MUSIC‏Verified account @NealSchonMusic
Never heard of it
1:37 AM - 12 Aug 2017

Frankie P @frankparrino
Hey Neal, what is up with Transmission Impossible ? Is that really a Journey Live 3cd set being released in September 2017 ?


I already have all of the recordings from discs 2 and 3. Although this new release may wind up sounding better. Especially better than disc 2, which is pretty poor sounding.

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 6:39 am
by Memorex
It's funny because I got a Google notification on my phone that this was a new Jonathan Cain live album. I had a good chuckle thinking how Neal might have reacted to that in these days of the Journey shit show.

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2017 8:32 am
by artinis1
I have the bootlegs of these shows, but this release
sounds so much better, how can they release this?
It's not official is it? Anyway the 2 missing songs are
When You're Alone and Lovin' You Is Easy, wish they would release the
other night also, are there more of the releases to come?
Would still love a cleaned up and proper speed release of
Houston Departure tour 1980 and Chicago 1979,
so many great songs from these shows not on the
official release Captured

Re: Legends Live in Concert, Volumne 39

PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:31 am
by HydraRed
artinis1 wrote:I have the bootlegs of these shows, but this release
sounds so much better, how can they release this?
It's not official is it? Anyway the 2 missing songs are
When You're Alone and Lovin' You Is Easy, wish they would release the
other night also, are there more of the releases to come?
Would still love a cleaned up and proper speed release of
Houston Departure tour 1980 and Chicago 1979,
so many great songs from these shows not on the
official release Captured


http://dixiehighway.rocks/ has good releases of those two particular shows.