Journey - Journey "Escape" Tour 1982 FLAC album
Title: Journey "Escape" Tour 1982
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The Escape Tour was a concert tour by the American rock band Journey. It was one of Journey's most successful concert tours, in support of their first number one album, Escape. The tour included six consecutive sold out dates at the Pine Knob Theatre in Detroit, and four straight sold out shows at the Los Angeles Forum, and Chicago's Rosemont Horizon. Journey also made an appearance on July 2, 1982 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California with Blue Öyster Cult, Triumph and Aldo Nova.
Journey - Escape /1981 LP Album. SME (от лица компании "Columbia/Legacy"); ARESA, UMPI, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, UBEM, Abramus Digital, Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Global Music Rights LLC, LatinAutor - UMPG, UMPG Publishing, União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (12).
Journey's third live album and second concert DVD, "Live In Houston 1981: The Escape Tour", was released in November 2005 as a CD/DVD package and in May 2006 as a separate CD and separate DVD on the Columbia Records label. Recorded and filmed on Journey's "Escape" tour in November of 1981 at the Houston Summit in Houston, Texas, "Live In Houston 1981" captures the band at the height of their commercial success. The concert was first filmed and recorded as a concert for the then-fledgling MTV network
Redirected from Stone in Love). Escape (stylized as E5C4P3 on the album cover) is the seventh studio album by American rock band Journey, released in 1981. It topped the American Billboard 200 chart and features four hit Billboard Hot 100 singles – "Don't Stop Believin'" ( "Who's Crying Now" ( "Still They Ride" ( and "Open Arms" ( – plus rock radio staple "Stone in Love.
Hey Guys, This is Journey in Tokyo Japan from Budokan Hall April 16, 1982 on the second leg of the Escape tour. The sound is a B or B+ in some spots. The 1982 shows are somewhat rare. set list Disc one 1. Intro/Escape 2. Line of Fire 3. Lights 4. Still They Ride 5. The Party's Over 6. Lovin' You is Easy 7. Open Arms 8. Mother, Father 9. Jon solo/Who's Crying Now 10. Where Were You/drum solo 11. Dead or Alive 12.
Filmed in Houston on November 6, 1981, this DVD captures Journey as they were touring behind their then-new album Escape, a number one record that would turn out to be the most commercially successful LP of their career. The bonus features include ten minutes of interviews recorded during the 1981-1982 Escape tour in which each of the five members discusses how he joined Journey, life on the road, and songwriting, the band revealing that "Open Arms" almost wasn't included on the album. Less essential extras include a two-minute slide show of pictures of the group, and a television promo for Escape.
Journey played a wildly successful tour with Def Leppard last year that packed arenas all over North America and even a handful of stadiums. They haven’t played together since a one-off show in Reno, Nevada on December 16th and say they are taking most of 2019 off, though they may play a few shows near the end of the year. In the meantime, Journey singer Arnel Pineda is keeping himself busy with a solo tour where he plays classic rock hits like Stairway To Heaven, Dream On, Back in Black, We Are The Champions and, amazingly enough, not a single Journey song. Here’s the complete track listing for Live In Japan 2017: Escape + Frontiers. DVD portion: 1. Don’t Stop Believin’ Intro 2. Don’t Stop Believin’ 3. Stone In Love 4. Who’s Crying Now 5. Keep On Runnin’ 6. Still They Ride 7. Escape 8. Lay It Down 9. Dead Or Alive 10. Neal Schon Guitar Solo 11. Mother, Father 12.