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Album Review

Before Journey became one of the top pop/rock acts of the early '80s with a string of arena rock anthems and power ballads, the group had a more detectable prog and fusion edge — while guitarist Neal Schon's earliest work was with the very un-Journey-like Carlos Santana. So at the height of Journey's popularity, it appeared as though Schon wanted to get back to his fusion roots by uniting with keyboard wizard Jan Hammer. However, the resulting album, 1981's Untold Passion, wasn't going to be confused with Mahavishnu Orchestra anytime soon — tracks such as "I'm Talking to You" wasn't much different from Journey's melodic rock style, while "Hooked on Love" saw Schon (who also doubled as vocalist) replicate Paul Rodgers' singing style. That said, the funky keyboard/guitar duel "The Ride" gave both Schon and Hammer a chance to show off their chops. Untold Passion seems to lean toward the more melodic rock side of things, rather than finger-spraining chops.

Customer Reviews

Finally two classic albums make their debut on iTunes

This package is worth every penny of it. You have Neal Schon (Guitar Extraordinaire) from Santana, Journey, Bad English, HSAS and Jan Hammer (Multi-instrumental Genius) from Jeff Beck and Mahavishnu Orchestra pairing for a great dose of kickass music. As simple as that. If you don't believe me, start buying "Wasting Time" and "No More Lies" due time, you'll be begging for more music from this package. Trust me and buy it now!!!


It would have been nice to for it to just a bit less expensive, but it's been remastered and these two two discs are awfully difficult to find anywhere. All of the songs on 'Untold Passion' are strong (Recorded Spring '81 right after Escape) and theye are meant to be expressive musician tyoe of songs. They succeed. 'Here to Stay' is a bit more commercial with 'No More Lies' being in moderately heavy rotation on MTV when it was released. Now buy it!

Finally, after all these years…

So glad this is available to the masses once again!
“No More Lies” was the song played on the radio here in Midwest and a cult favorite among music fans.
The music is varied, frenzy filled affair mixing melodic tendencies with progressive elements.

What can you say about Jan Hammer? His film scores brought him the most notoriety but he is much more than that. Hammer has worked with some of the best in from the business- John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Al Di Meola, Mick Jagger, Carlos Santana, Stanley Clarke, Tommy Bolin, Neal Schon and Steve Lukather to name a few.
As always, his keyboard and drum playing are as brilliant and impressive as ever. I have always enjoyed listening to him play.
And then you have guitarist extraordinaire Neal Schon. He is one of the best melodic rock guitarists out there. His solos are so melodic and always fit the songs perfectly, building them up into the stratosphere. Schon always takes you on an emotive ride with his playing and his record speaks for itself. Schon will never be accused of being a great world class vocalist, but I do enjoy his voice and those lessons he took in the 70’s have paid off.
Start things off in the following order to get a good fix on Schon/Hammers output
“No more lies”, “Weekend Heaven”, “Wasting time”, “On the beach”, “Covered by Midnight”, “Don’t stay away”, “I’m talking to you”, “Hooked on love”, “(You think you’re) So hot”, and “Long time


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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