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All The Way (2000)

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sun Sep 26, 2021 4:34 am

I don't care what anyone says...Augeri may not have been pitch-perfect, but his voice had an organic soulful warmth. He was great.

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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Aaron » Mon Oct 11, 2021 1:48 pm

Agree, it's a great song and Augeri is WAY under rated. They hosed him for sure. :(
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Eric » Fri Oct 15, 2021 3:24 am

No offense - but I really dislike this song. Even with a nice solo.

They have too many ballads. So many they can't even play their last 2 ballad hits live.

And frankly, its not who Journey is. And its not the sword they should die on.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby BARON BLOOD » Fri Oct 15, 2021 10:38 am

oh no ?.....it is not WHO Journey is ?........thanks for letting us know....cause we really didn't know you had the infinite knowledge of WHO Journey is........take care.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Onestepper » Fri Oct 15, 2021 11:45 pm

Eric wrote:No offense - but I really dislike this song. Even with a nice solo.

They have too many ballads. So many they can't even play their last 2 ballad hits live.

And frankly, its not who Journey is. And its not the sword they should die on.


Sorry to disappoint you, but they built a good portion of their legacy on ballads. Two of the biggest selling ballads of all time are Journey songs. Are some of the albums too heavy with them, sure. But yes, it is who they are. And there's no reason to run away from them.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby ebake02 » Sat Oct 16, 2021 2:05 am

Arrival is one of my favorite albums, I still have the CD and listen to it a lot.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby JohnH » Sat Oct 16, 2021 10:52 am

Great song and love it!
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Eric » Sun Oct 17, 2021 9:41 am

Onestepper wrote:
Eric wrote:No offense - but I really dislike this song. Even with a nice solo.

They have too many ballads. So many they can't even play their last 2 ballad hits live.

And frankly, its not who Journey is. And its not the sword they should die on.


Sorry to disappoint you, but they built a good portion of their legacy on ballads. Two of the biggest selling ballads of all time are Journey songs. Are some of the albums too heavy with them, sure. But yes, it is who they are. And there's no reason to run away from them.


But they already have a plethora of them and don’t have any room in the set list for them. Why make any more? Especially the bubble-gummers like AlltheWay? Livin To Do is more the style they should do.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Eric » Sun Oct 17, 2021 9:42 am

ebake02 wrote:Arrival is one of my favorite albums, I still have the CD and listen to it a lot.


Great album. Take out All the Way, Loved by You and With Your Love and it’s even stronger,
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Arkansas » Sun Oct 17, 2021 11:34 am

Eric wrote:Livin To Do is more the style they should do.


Still want Schon to do another Piranha Blues album. I think covering 'Livin To Do' would fit nicely.
Maybe get Joe Bonamassa to sing it, and then trade all the epic guitar solos.
Oh, and tap Rolie for the B3 keys on the outro too.


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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby jrnyman28 » Sun Oct 17, 2021 12:32 pm

Arkansas wrote:
Eric wrote:Livin To Do is more the style they should do.


Still want Schon to do another Piranha Blues album. I think covering 'Livin To Do' would fit nicely.
Maybe get Joe Bonamassa to sing it, and then trade all the epic guitar solos.
Oh, and tap Rolie for the B3 keys on the outro too.


later~


I'd be so down for that!
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby Onestepper » Mon Oct 18, 2021 12:17 am

Eric wrote:
Onestepper wrote:
Eric wrote:No offense - but I really dislike this song. Even with a nice solo.

They have too many ballads. So many they can't even play their last 2 ballad hits live.

And frankly, its not who Journey is. And its not the sword they should die on.


Sorry to disappoint you, but they built a good portion of their legacy on ballads. Two of the biggest selling ballads of all time are Journey songs. Are some of the albums too heavy with them, sure. But yes, it is who they are. And there's no reason to run away from them.


But they already have a plethora of them and don’t have any room in the set list for them. Why make any more? Especially the bubble-gummers like AlltheWay? Livin To Do is more the style they should do.


Just because they don't play them in concert doesn't mean they aren't going to do them for an album. They barely play any new music at all at their shows, so it really doesn't matter. Again, I'm fine with them limiting the number to one or two or a reasonable amount for whatever release they put out.

Saying they shouldn't do them, or saying it's not what they do is ridiculous.
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Re: All The Way (2000)

Postby scarab » Mon Oct 18, 2021 6:06 am

worst song on the ballad laden Arrival.
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