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Journey- Frontiers- Neal Schon, John Cain, Steve Perry

Jonathan Cain, band co-founder/guitarist Neal Schon, and former singer Steve Perry reveal considerable personal pathos during the Big Payday provided by  “Separate Ways”, “Faithfully”, and two more Journey hits which were inexplicably bumped off of “Frontiers”, “Only the Young” and “Ask the Lonely”.

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Journey- Infinity- Gregg Rolie, Neal Schon, Steve Perry

With their 1978 fourth album,”Infinity”, some rock writers even today  attempt to reduce the remarkable transformation by the San Francisco band Journey  as “talented veteran but commercially struggling group hires world-class singer, which anybody would recognize; shortens song arrangements; and instantly becomes the biggest band in America”. “Wrong,” says Journey lead guitarist/songwriter/co-founder Neal Schon .”Wrong!”

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Journey- Escape- Neal Schon- Jonathan Cain- Steve Perry

Hard-charging San Francisco juggernaut Journey unveiled a defining album for the decade with “Escape”  in July 1981, containing “Don’t Stop Believin’ “,”Stone in Love”, “Who’s Crying Now”,”Open Arms”, and “Mother, Father”. For the fortieth anniversary of this timeless effort, the Journey songwriting triumvirate of Steve Perry, founding guitarist Neal Schon, and new recruit then Jonathan Cain all recall their daring “Escape”. 

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Eric Clapton- Journeyman 30th Anniversary

Eric Clapton‘s mid-Eighties trifecta of studio albums, starting  in 1985 with Behind the Sun   followed by  August,   peaked in Fall 1989 with   Journeyman.  Thirty years on it has aged remarkably well, a combination of strong songs, superb players to support him, and a sympathetic yet discerning producer the likes of which we had […]

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Who- Amazing Journey-July 1969 London Wembley Arena

Believed by Pete Townshend to have been destroyed by his explicit orders as recently as in his 2012 autobiography Who I Am , the Tommy   deluxe and super deluxe editions contain The Who performing Tommy  in concert at London’s Wembley Arena in July 1969. Here is “Amazing Journey” .- Redbeard

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Steve Winwood- Junction Seven

Steve Winwood talks about his seventh solo album, “Junction Seven”, and how a so-called “solo” album inevitably isn’t at some point in the creative process, in my classic rock interview.

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The Who- Tommy 55th- Pete Townshend pt1

The many stages of The Who’s “Tommy” conception, gestation, and birth as the first successful rock opera are further revealed, it seems, every time “Tommy”  composer Pete Townshend cleans out a storage closet. Townshend joins Redbeard In the Studio to present this rock sonogram of The Who “Tommy”  while still in the creative womb, on “Tommy” ‘s 55th anniversary, part 1.

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Cheap Trick- At Budokan 45th- Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander

Rockford, Illinois’s Cheap Trick proved to be no joke on the live, Japan-only “At Budokan”, but the story of how the rest of the world ever got to hear it in February 1979 is a total fluke. Hear the story In the Studio from Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander and Rick Nielsen.

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George Harrison Best pt 2

My second George Harrison interview that focused on his return to performing in England for the first time in over 25 years on stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall; the support of his longtime friend,Eric Clapton; and several examples of his delightful impish sense of humor.