Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Journey - Charge Of The Light Brigade (Unreleased 1973 Studio Recordings - Flac)


The unfinished album by the original pre - Steve Perry Journey. 13 tracks from the fusion tinged rockers plus 3 live tracks from 
a pre-Journey Schon fusion band known as Birthday.
Includes the title song & more rare unreleased masterpieces.

Journey:
Neal Schon - Guitar
Ross Valory - Bass
Gregg Rolie - Vocals, Keyboards
George Tickner - Guitar
Prairie Prince - Drums

Tracklist:
01 - Mystery Mountain [Studio Mix - Unfinished]
02 - In the Morning Day [Studio Mix - No vocals]
03 - Charge of the Light Brigade?, - [Fusion w-Killer Neal Solos]
04 - unknown instrumental, a nice ballad, kind of in a Jeff Beck/Santana style
05 - To Make Some Music [Studio Mix - no vocals]
06 - In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations [Studio Mix - no vocals]
07 - unknown instrumental
08 - Can You Hear Me?
09 - Kohoutek [Studio Mix - Differs from Released Version]
10 - Unknown Agressive Fusion Track [Schon lights it up]
11 - To Make Some Music [no vocals, Alt Version to track #5]
12 - Unknown Fusion Track
13 - Charge of the Light Brigade? [Alt Version -Faster Tempo]
14 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Your Little Girl (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)
15 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Voodoo Chile (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)
16 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Tonight (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)

Here

7 comments:

snapper33 said...

Thanks for this interesting album and happy holidays.

Phil Gordon said...

Hope yer Christmas was great and a happy new year!!!

john said...

thank you. Happy New Year.

Joaquim Rodrigues said...

I visited your blog and really liked, I would like to connect to work with my blog www.atituderocknroll.com.br

success for you guys

jrb said...

Thanks for all of your postings. Looking forward to hearing this Journey one.

Sadness said...

Not much to say other THANK YOU SILVERADO !!!

J Censoplano said...

This unreleased set is got to be one of the best I have heard from Neal and the early gang. They just tear through the songs with high voltage raw power. I am so glad I found this, I have lamented the day the Steve Perry "Became" Journey even though I still have my favorites after he took the mic.