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This song hails from the bands 1980 "Departure" album with the song co-written by Steve Perry and guitarist Neil Schon peaking at #23 on the Billboard chart.
This was a huge song for Journey in 1981 reaching #9 on the charts. It was re-born of sorts in 2010 when the cast of Glee performed a cover of the song and it shot up to #6 in the UK.
The song can be found on the bands "Escape" album.
In 1983 the album "Frontiers" was released and so was this single called Faithfully written by keyboardist Jonathan Cain.
It was written in about 30 minutes about the challenges of being married and being a touring rock musician. Ironically after the songs release, Jonathan and his wife divorced. The song reached #12 on the Billboard chart.
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Three members of Journey composed this song and they was Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry and Neil Schon and hails from their 1986 album "Raised On Radio".
It reached #14 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Steve Perry wrote this song about Los Angeles originally but never had it quite finished when he joined Journey. After moving to San Francisco where the band originated, he modified the lyrics and finished the song.
Released as a single in 1977, the song was only a minor hit peaking at #68 on Billboard. But live, it's a concert favourite. The song can be found on the bands "Infinity" album.
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The band finally broke into the top 40 in the US with this single release back in 1979 from their "Evolution" album reaching #16 on Billboard and in Canada #12 and #37 in New Zealand.
The group Dream Theatre covered this song in 1995.
Steve Perry went solo from Journey but in 1984 he was still a member of the band while releasing his solo album "Street Talk".
He scored a #1 hit with the release of this song which was Perry's first single and his only #1 hit song.
This song almost never saw the light of day. Keyboardist Jonathan Cain didn't quite have the song finished in a previous group he worked in and when Steve Perry came along, the two co-wrote and finished the song.
But other band members were not on board with doing rock ballads. Eventually they gave in and this song became Journey's biggest hit, reaching #2 in 1982.
Mariah Carey had a #4 hit in the UK with her cover of the song in 1996.
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Although this song is considered a rock song from Journey's 1983 album "Frontiers", it actually charted on the Pop Charts in 1983 and peaked at #23.
This song hails from Journey's 4th album which was recorded in 1977 called "Infinity". This song kinda open the door for the band becoming their first top 100 songs peaking at #57.
The bass player Ross Valory's wife (Diane) actually wrote the song which was originally called Wheels In My Mind.
Who's Crying Now hails from the bands 1981"Escape" album and peaked at #4 in the US and #1 in Canada.
The song was co-written by Steve Perry and Jonathan Cain.
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