Monday, March 04, 2013

Journey: Discography of the Moment

Journey is an American rock band that formed in San Francisco in 1973. The band has produced 2 gold albums, 8 multi-platinum albums and one diamond album (an album that has sold over 10 million copies).

Journey Web Links:

Official Journey website
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Journey Wikipedia article


DISCOGRAPHY

Journey
Released in April 1975 by Columbia Records.
Produced by Roy Halee.
Band lineup:
Gregg Rolie - vocals, keyboards; Neal Schon - guitar; George Tickner - guitar; Ross Valory - bass; Aynsley Dunbar - drums.
Tracks: 7
Of a Lifetime. In the Morning Day. Kohoutek. To Play Some Music. Topaz. In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations. Mystery Mountain.




Look into the Future
Released in January 1976 by Columbia.
Produced by Journey and Glen Kolotkin.
Lineup changes:
George Tickner left the band.
Tracks: 8
On a Saturday Night. It's All Too Much. Anyway. She Makes Me Feel Alright. You're on Your Own. Look into Your Future. Midnight Dreamer. I'm Gonna Leave You.



Next
Released in January 1977 by Columbia.
Produced by Journey.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 8
Spaceman. People. I Would Find You. Here We Are. Hustler. Next. Nickel and Dime. Karma.






Infinity
Released in January 1978 by Columbia.
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker.
Lineup changes:
Steve Perry was added as a 2nd vocalist.
Tracks: 10
Lights. Feeling That Way. Anytime. La Do Da. Patiently. Wheel in the Sky. Somethin to Hide. Winds of March. Can Do. Open the Door.
Charts:
#21 on the US Billboard 200.



Evolution
Released in April 1979 by Columbia.
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker.
Lineup changes:
Aynsley Dunbar was replaced on drums by Steve Smith.
Tracks: 11
Majestic. Too Late. Lovin Touchin Squeezin. City of the Angels. When You're Alone. Sweet and Simple. Lovin You is Easy. Just the Same Way. Do You Recall. Daydream. Lady Luck.
Charts:
#20 on the US Billboard 200.



In the Beginning
Compilation album released in November 1979 by Columbia.
Various producers.
Tracks: 14
Of a Lifetime. Topaz. Kohoutek. On a Saturday Night. It's All Too Much. In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations. Mystery Mountain. Spaceman. People. Anyway. You're On Your Own. Look into the Future. Nickel and Dime. I'm Gonna Leave You.





Departure
Released in March 1980 by Columbia.
Produced by Geoff Workman and Kevin Elson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Any Way You Want It. Walks Like a Lady. Someday Soon. People and Places. Precious Time. Where Were You. I'm Cryin. Line of Fire. Departure. Good Morning Girl. Stay Awhile. Homemade Love. Natural Thing. Little Girl.
Charts:
#8 on the US Billboard 200.



Dream After Dream
Soundtrack album released in December 1980 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Elson and Journey.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 9
Destiny. Snow Theme. Sandcastles. A Few Coins. Moon Theme. When the Love Has Gone. Festival Dance. The Rape. Little Girl.
Notes:
This was a soundtrack album released for the Japanese movie "Yume, Yume No Ato"



Captured
Live album released in February 1981 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Elson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 17








Escape
Released in July 1981 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Elson and Mike Stone.
Lineup changes:
Gregg Rollie left the band and was replaced on keyboards by Jonathan Cain.
Tracks: 10
Don't Stop Believin. Stone in Love. Who's Crying Now. Keep on Runnin. Still They Ride. Escape. Lay It Down. Dead or Alive. Mother Father. Open Arms.
Charts:
#1 on the US Billboard 200. #32 on the UK Albums Chart.



Frontiers
Released in February 1983 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Elson and Mike Stone.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Separate Ways. Send Her My Love. Chain Reaction. After the Fall. Faithfully. Edge of the Blade. Troubled Child. Back Talk. Frontiers. Rubicon. Only the Young. Ask the Lonely. Liberty. Only Solutions.
Charts:
#2 on the US Billboard 200. #6 on the UK Albums Chart.



Raised on Radio
Released in May 1986 by Columbia.
Produced by Steve Perry.
Lineup changes:
Ross Vallory left the band and was replaced on bass by Randy Jackson. Steve Smith left the band and was replaced by studio musicians.
Tracks: 13
Girl Can't Help It. Positive Touch. Suzanne. Be Good To Yourself. Once You Love Somebody. Happy to Give. Raised on Radio. Ill Be Alright Without You. It Could Have Been You. The Eyes of a Woman. Why Can't This Night Go on Forever. Girl Can't Help It (live). I'll Be Alright Without You (live).
Charts:
#4 on the US Billboard 200.



Greatest Hits
Compilation album released in November 1988 by Columbia.
Various producers.
Tracks:  16









The Ballade
Compilation album released in Japan in 1991 by Sony Music.
Various producers.
Tracks: 15









Time3
3-CD Box set released in December 1992 by Columbia.
Produced by Don DeVito.
Tracks: 55








Trial By Fire
Released in November 1996 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Shirley.
Lineup changes:
Ross Vallory and Steve Smith returned on bass and drums, respectively.
Tracks: 16
Message of Love. One More. When You Love a Woman. If He Should Break Your Heart. Forever in Blue. Castles Burning. Don't Be Down on Me Baby. Still She Cries. Colors of the Spirit. When I Think of You. Easy to Fall. Can't Tame the Lion. It's Just the Rain. Trial By Fire. Baby I'm Leaving You. I Can See It In Your Eyes.



Greatest Hits Live
Live album released in March 1998 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Shirley.
Tracks: 17









Arrival
Released in April 2001 by Columbia.
Produced by Kevin Shirley.
Lineup changes:
Steve Perry left the band and was replaced by Steve Augeri. Steve Smith left the band and was replaced by Deen Castronovo.
Tracks: 15
Higher Place. All the Way. Signs of Life. All the Things. Loved By You. Livin to Do. World Gone Wild. I Got a Reason. With Your Love. Lifetime of Dreams. Live and Breathe. Nothin Comes Close. To Be Alive Again. Kiss Me Softly. We Will Meet Again.



The Essential Journey
Compilation album released in October 2001 by Columbia.
Various producers.
Tracks: 40









Red 13
Released in November 2002 by Journey Music.
Produced by Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 4
Intro. The Time. Walkin Away from the Edge. I Can Breathe.








Generations
Released in August 2005 by Sanctuary Records.
Produced by Kevin Elson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Faith in the Heartland. The Place in Your Heart. A Better Life. Every Generation. Butterfly. Believe. Knowing That You Love Me. Out of Harms Way. In Self-Defense. Better Together. Gone Crazy. Beyond the Clouds. Never Too Late. Pride of the Family.





Live in Houston 1981
Live album released in November 2005 by Columbia.
Produced by Steve Perry.
Tracks: 19









Revelation
Released in June 2008 by Nomota Records.
Produced by Kevin Shirley.
Lineup changes:
Steve Augeri left the band and was replaced on vocals by Amel Pineda.
Tracks: 24 (2 CDs, 1 is new material and 1 is a compilation CD)
Never Walk Away. Like a Sunshower. Change for the Better. Wildest Dream. Faith in the Heartland. After All These Years. Where Did I Lose Your Love. What I Needed. What It Takes to Win. Turn Down the World Tonight. The Journey. Let It Take You Back. The Place in Your Heart. Only the Young. Don't Stop Believin. Wheel in the Sky. Faithfully. Any Way You Want It. Who's Crying Now. Separate Ways. Lights. Open Arms. Be Good to Yourself. Stone in Love.
Charts:
#5 on the US Billboard 200. #68 on the UK Albums Chart.




Eclipse
Released in May 2011 by Nomota.
Produced by Kevin Shirley, Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
City of Hope. Edge of the Moment. Chain of Love. Tantra. Anything is Possible. Resonate. She's a Mystery. Human Feel. Ritual. To Whom It May Concern. Someone. Venus.
Charts:
#13 on the US Billboard 200. #33 on the UK Albums Chart.

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