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Journey began unlikely shift to pop stardom with the arrival of Steve Perry: ‘I welcomed it’

Journey began unlikely shift to pop stardom with the arrival of Steve Perry: ‘I welcomed it’

‘Infinity,’ released on January 20, 1978, saw Journey add Steve Perry. As ‘Feeling That Way/Anytime’ showed, they’d never be the same again.

‘It was all fair in love and war’: Inside Yes’ decision to complete Heaven and Earth without Roy Thomas Baker

‘It was all fair in love and war’: Inside Yes’ decision to complete Heaven and Earth without Roy Thomas Baker

Roy Thomas Baker earlier helmed failed Yes sessions prior to 1980’s ‘Drama.’

‘No epics on this album’: Alan White previews Yes’ new project with Roy Thomas Baker

‘No epics on this album’: Alan White previews Yes’ new project with Roy Thomas Baker

Yes drummer Alan White says the band’s on-going sessions with producer Roy Thomas Baker have little in common with a failed attempt at collaborating back in Paris in the late 1970s.

‘Don’t know if I’m supposed to tell you’: Yes is in the studio with Roy Thomas Baker

‘Don’t know if I’m supposed to tell you’: Yes is in the studio with Roy Thomas Baker

Roy Thomas Baker, best known for producing Queen and Journey, is collaborating with Yes on its new studio album. Members of the group have uploaded photographs from the sessions — and a neon-shoed Baker appears in several.

‘It was pretty wild; he was a maniac’: Steve Perry wasn’t the only reason Journey took off with Infinity

‘It was pretty wild; he was a maniac’: Steve Perry wasn’t the only reason Journey took off with Infinity

Steve Perry’s arrival with Journey in 1978 has long been credited with sending the group toward platinum-selling superstardom. Turns out Queen had something to do with it, as well.

Settle with Sony? Former Journey producer Roy Thomas Baker isn't feeling that way

Former Journey producer Roy Thomas Baker is not only refusing to settle as part of an on-going class-action lawsuit over royalties with Sony, he’s filed a separate suit — to the tune of $1 million.

Forgotten series: Jet – Nothing To Do With Us: A Golden Treasury Of Jet (2000)

Not at all associated with the contemporary Australian band of the same name, these fellows came from London, England and got together in 1974.

One Track Mind: Jon Anderson, "Give Hope" (2007; 2011 reissue)

Sure, it’s a guilty pleasure. But what part of Christmas isn’t, really?

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