Dreamscape (8) - Journey Into New Age House (12"). New Age House Records. Dreamscape (8). Dreamscape (8) - Born (12", W/Lbl).
Originally released on his own New Age House Records label, they've become quite hard to find & mega in-demand. Welcome To Our New Age House" includes the best of those two releases. Remastered from the original ADATs & pressed as a 2x12" for LOUD playback. Pumpin', passionate & positive music! Motivational deepness for your mind, body & soul. Very proud to have this heavenly Dreamscape album join the World Building catalog.
Step into fantastic new worlds and instantly transform into the hero of your own full-sensory adventure. Experience things you thought were fantasy. Be transported to places you couldn’t have imagined existed. Dreamscape immerses you in fantastic worlds and creates unforgettable memories. Team Up, Gear On, Leap In. You and your fellow explorers travel to miraculous new realms that immerse you in every sense. Breathe in the exotic scents of an alien wilderness. Feel ancient temples tremble beneath your feet.
Welcome to our new age house. HUGE tip!Remastered from the original ADATs & pressed as a 2x12" for LOUD playback. Pumpin', passionate & positive music!
Journey is the self-titled debut album by the band of the same name. It was released in 1975 on Columbia Records. Unlike their later recordings, this is a jazzy progressive rock album which focuses mainly on the band's instrumental talents. It is the only album to include rhythm guitarist George Tickner among their personnel.
Album · 2009 · 5 Songs. Dreamscape to Heaven (Original Mix). Released: 26 Jan 2009.
Escape flung Journey steadfastly into the AOR arena, combining Neal Schon's grand yet palatable guitar playing with Jonathan Cain's blatant keyboards. All this was topped off by the passionate, wide-ranged vocals of Steve Perry, who is the true lifeblood of this album, and this band. The songs on Escape are more rock-flavored, with more hooks and a harder cadence compared to their former sound. Who's Crying Now" spotlights the sweeping fervor of Perry's voice, whose theme about the ups and downs of a relationship was plentiful in Journey's repertoire