Evolution - Journey
- Genre: Rock
- Release Date: 2006-07-11
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 11
- ℗ 1979, 2006 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
Evolution - Journey Tracks
Evolution - Journey User Reviews
All of these iTunes Journey albums have been remastered with Arnel, nowhere does it state that and this is misrepresentation! I am angry!!!! Unacceptable if I wanted Journey with Arnel I would buy the new stuff! I wanted Steve Perry. I want my money back and "Journey Official" and iTunes need to let the public know these have been remasterd with Arnel's voice
By Prissy white shoe
You get a booklet when you buy a whole album I got the Journey Evaluation and did not get it how do you get it thank you
Such an underrated album
This is probably one of the most underrated Journey albums (with Steve Perry). However, even though one song from this album was included on their greatest hits, all the songs on this album are great to rock to. My aunt had not heard "Do You Recall" in over 20 years until I played it for her! This is GREAT Journey! Also my dad's first journey record, so it's one of my favorites, too.
Best Band Ever
Super sweet album!
When Your Alone it Ain"t Easy
Ah yes watching the flags girls at school practice there routine to this song, and where they cute. Well Lovin', Touchin', Feelin', Is a classic. Jouney was my favorite in High School. I've seen them 6 times in concert, can't say a bad thing about them.
My kids are grown now in their 30's and still to this day they listen to Journey BLASTIN as I did when they were younger ridin in my car with me.They tell me that the legacey of Journey will carry on in their kids lives too which I am happy to hear.Theres nothing quite like listening to the good old songs with the great Steve Perry on lead vocals like it should be,I can't speak for everyone but theres no amount of money that I would pay to see Journey today,it's just not the same.Steve took JOURNEY to heights unimaginable to anyone at that time,wherever he is I hope he knows how much we love him and hope to see new material from him very soon.God Bless Steve Perry for such great memories in my life.
This album is great. It may not be as fantastic as E5C4P3 and Trial by Fire, but it definateky has it's own superior Journey sound. If you're not planning on buying the whole album, I would definately reccomend 'Sweet and Simple' and and 'Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'. They seriously rock. The first has a note up in the Stratosphere and the latter is a masterpiece written solely by the amazing Steve Perry himself. You NEED this album!!!!
A SWEET AND SIMPLE MASTERPIECE!
Evolution probably one of Journey's finest works that often slips under the radar for some unknown reason. A perfect album is like a great book- it grabs your attention from the very first page and takes you on an epic emotional journey and then cleverly wraps up everything nicely at the end. Evolution is one of those albums. From Neal Schon's "Majestic" instrumental launch we know it's gonna be one heck of a ride. All band members are truly present here and like a fine tuned sports car is operating with precision and grace. Schon is on fire on "Too Late" and Steve Perry's voice is too good to be true and soars with melody and emotion. Neal Schon's tone here is fantastic and his playing is highy melodic and soulful.
One the finest moments is on the tender blues ballad "Sweet and Simple", a song that alone is worth the price of admission and should have been a hit single as it's every bit as catchy and classic as "lights". The interplay of vocals on "Just the Same Way" is perfection and neal's guitar solo here is a song within the song that should not be missed by guitar players.
If you rate this any lower than 5, Grrrr
Read the title plz
Essential Journey at its Best
By Michael Scott Burke
Though not as commercially successful as later albums, This album is a subtle example of the evolution of the post-santana, san francisco rock sound. The production is flawless with the instrumentation and vocals sitting perfectly in the mix. Listen to tracks like "Sweet and Simple" and compare to the often over-produced sound of later albums. Perry's vocals do not need treatments (reverberation, chorusing). Simple, plaintive vocals and real harmonizing make this album a gem!