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Sounds Great

First song sounds great. Smokin' solo's and really good beat. Song moves right along.

Power Trio for sure

Fun album where each instrument/musician shines. Yes Neal shreds big time but this is one of his most enjoyable albums I can think of as Neal lets each guy fly. Melodic R &B, Latin in many ways....seems like the guys feed off of each other. Superb vocals from Deen ala Steve Perry. Marcos vocals shine too....never been a big fan of Neals lead vocals, but he makes it work here better than ever. Will you PLEASE do a national tour in smaller settings? You might even like it:} (Sponsered by PRS even)

WOWWW

just saw the video yesterday, can't wait for the rest of this to come. As per usual OUTSTANDING JOB Neal!!!!!!!!!

Biography

Born: February 27, 1954 in San Mateo, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The longtime guitarist for arena rockers Journey, Neal Schon was born February 27, 1954 in San Mateo, CA; a child prodigy, he joined Santana at age 17, making his debut on 1971's III LP. In 1973 Schon co-founded Journey with fellow Santana alum Gregg Rolie; although the group's early records favored a largely instrumental, progressive rock-influenced approach, with the 1978 addition of frontman Steve Perry their commercial fortunes ascended as slick hard rock hits like "Wheel in the Sky," "Lovin',...
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