RE: [Classic_Rock_Forever] Re: New Styx and Journey


yes, i like the funny side of dave too..imagine a 17 year old on a ferry boat in the alaskan water way and hearing out amongst the islands on a cool summer night buddy you dont have to worry take your time, your meat is on the menue and youll get it tonight buddy youve got women on your mind. ok, 17 on dope and horney as hell, man was i tripping to that it was like a sign from god. floyd did that to me with animals too, fortunatly i had a happy childhood, dad took me to all 49 continental states topping off hawaii on my own in 88. i surfed..partyed we the locals and let me tell you it was peace smoke cause tensions were high for outsiders. good people.


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Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 05:59:25 -0800
Subject: Re: [Classic_Rock_Forever] Re: New Styx and Journey


Its Roth for me. He was funny. Sammy wasnt funny.

Funny is good.

From: Cfh <>
Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: [Classic_Rock_Forever] Re: New Styx and Journey

I not a huge Van Halen fan, but whenever the question comes up about
which incarnation is my favourite, I have no hesitation saying the
original, with Eddie, David, Alex and Mike.
  Still thing they peaked on their first album. Fortunately for them,
millions would disagree with me ;)

On Wed, 01 Feb 2012 02:26:29 -0000, Gagger <> wrote:
Lawrence Gowan has been Styx's lead singer for a while, but Tommy Shaw
seems to share the mic with him live on more than a few songs. Styx,
like BOC, shines when they play with another band but aren't as
impressive by themselves IMHO. Dennis DeYoung puts on a good show, but
it is his voice that keeps you engaged, which Gowan cannot hope to
> I have no idea how Journey is with their latest singer, but I have to
> wonder why Perry still turned down an offer to return to Journey,
> before Pineda was hired. Tired of touring ? Voice not what it was ?
> Cannot get along with bandmates ? Past grudges ? Who knows what the
> reason is.
> As Roth once said "With Van Halen, Sammy made music, I made history".
> The voice I always associate with VH is Roth, and that is probably
> why he is back with the band and touring. Sammy has an impressive set
> of pipes, but he just wasn't VH in my opinon but more just...Sammy. I
> actually met Roth years ago briefly, and he is quite funny and
> personable. I think he definitely has a stage & off-stage persona. I
> wouldn't be a surprised if Roth is a bit shy outside the limelight.
> Rock on,
> George
> > I must tell you that I was reluctant to listen to the new Journey
> without Steve Perry, and the new Styx without Dennis DeYoung. My
> boyfriend sent me some music last night with Arnel Pineda from
> Journey and Styx with their new lead singer. I must tell you that I
> was blown away by how fabulous they were. I should have known, as I'm
> a fan of older Van Halen opposed to the Roth era, and I still am to
> this day. I'm very partial to the RedRocker Sammy Hagar. Roth and
> Hagar debate I'm very vocal about, and it was even a deal breaker in
> my current relationship. Granted I like Roth songs, just not him as a
> person. I'll end my rant for the day. :)
> > Jenny
> > > > Life goes on, come what may
> > Pick up the pieces and roll!!!!!!!!!
> > > Just be yourself, you're like no one else
> > There is nobody
> > You can't find it on a shelf
> > Just let the world know
> > That you're ready for show
> >
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