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  • For its time Times3 was a very good box set. The booklet explaining the history of Journey alone is worth the money. The B-sides included: For You, Good Times, La Raza del Sol, Only Solutions, Liberty, All That Really Matters, With a Tear and Into Your Arms. “For You” featured a lead singer {Fleischman} who’s almost a Perry Clone. Fleischman wrote Wheel in the Sky and the song Perry sung when he auditioned for Journey. “Good Times” was Perry’s tribute to Sam Cooke that never made any album. La Raza del Sol, Only Solutions and Liberty were out-takes from the Frontier era. Of those songs, Liberty, was by far my favorite out-take. Extended, I think it could have been a big hit. “All That Really Matters” is the lone song from the bands latter era where Perry isn’t singing lead vocals. The final two songs “With A Tear” and “Into Your Arms” were meant for the Raised on Radio. The most disappointing part of this Box Set is Perry did not return to add lyrics to these two unfinished songs. They were simply added as insturmentals but when I hear them I always feel that they were meant to be. I also really enjoyed the live version of I’ll Be Alright Without You. Of course this box sex excludes material from Trial By Fire because that album was released after the box set was made.

    Posted on December 27, 2009