Journey ‎– Departure

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Columbia ‎– FC 36339
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A1 Any Way You Want It
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
3:21
A2 Walks Like A Lady
Written-By – S. Perry*
3:16
A3 Someday Soon
Lead Vocals – Rolie*, Perry*Written-By – G. Rolie*, N. Schon*, S. Perry*
3:32
A4 People And Places
Lead Vocals – Schon*, Perry*Written-By – N. Schon*, R. Valory*, S. Perry*
5:04
A5 Precious Time
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
4:48
B1 Where Were You
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
2:59
B2 I'm Cryin'
Written-By – G. Rolie*, S. Perry*
3:42
B3 Line Of Fire
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
3:04
B4 Departure
Written-By – N. Schon*
0:38
B5 Good Morning Girl
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
1:43
B6 Stay Awhile
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*
2:48
B7 Homemade Love
Written-By – N. Schon*, S. Perry*, S. Smith*
2:53

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Notes

Vinyl sleeve depicts Journey logo & credits on one side with photo of Journey's band members on the other side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout): C/ T.PAL36339.1F, 3A, QA.AGF
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout): 0/ T, PBL, 36339.1E.1F, QA, AGF
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix): AL 36339
  • Barcode (Text): 07464-36339-1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074643633918

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
1R1 7140 Journey Departure(Reel, 4tr Stereo, Album, Club) Columbia 1R1 7140 US 1980 Sell This Version
HC 46339 Journey Departure(LP, Album, Hal) Columbia HC 46339 US 1981 Sell This Version
DNW 2490 Journey Departure(LP, Album) CBS DNW 2490 Zimbabwe 1980 Sell This Version
FC 36339 Journey Departure(LP, Album, San) Columbia FC 36339 US 1980 Sell This Version
FC 36339 Journey Departure(LP, Album, San) Columbia FC 36339 US 1980 Sell This Version

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coppergreen

coppergreen

April 8, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

The last of the Gregg Rolie-era Journey albums (except for the live album, 'Captured' and the obscure soundtrack 'Dream, After Dream'), before the keyboard-bloated arena rock of the Jonathan Cain years. A long, long way from the more esoteric and entertaining albums of 1975-77. Some weak tracks on this disc, but enough decent music to make the overall experience enjoyable.