For amnyone who grew up on those seminal 70s Journey albums and remained a fan, this was a big fucking deal. The best thing that's happened with Journey since they found Arnel Pineda. If I had a vote, they'd lose Cain and bring Rolie back full-time.
Cain looks pissed off throughout the entire appearance.
Another one from my Journey/REO days
Journey were never that big here, although Steve Perry's 'Oh Sherrie' was massive.
To the point where, if I'd even heard Don't Stop Believing it never registered back in the day.
I only watched The Sopranos for the first time early last year. After the finale, I've become obsessed with this song.
@Jerseyfornia of course, Jonathan Cain was involved song writing wise on both For The Working Class Man and Freight Train Heart albums with Jimmy Barnes, and I think Neil Schon appeared on at least one track on one of those two albums.
Doesn't get much better in the classic rock pantheon than Feeling That Way/Anytime