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Date Posted: 02:32:04 10/04/08 Sat
In reply to: freedom 's message, "Re: THE PARTY'S OVER (HOPELESSLY IN LOVE)" on 00:30:13 08/31/05 Wed

Happy to see this acknowledgement of both Stevie Keys and George Tickner's work with Journey. I know alot of those out there that think either Jonathan Cain or Gregg Rolie are the keyboardists on TPOHIL. Many also don't realize that George was a founding member and although he only plays on "Journey", his compositions are featured on both "Look Into The Future" and "Next".

I am also working with David Williams aka Wavid, whom also helped me to put together George's Official Website, now located exclusively on MySpace, to create an Official MySpace for Stevie, where you can find out all about his past, current and upcoming projects.

>You are right, check it out. I went to the SONY URL
>below and Stevie "Keys" Roseman is indeed the man on
>the track "The Party's Over" from the 1981 Journey
>album Captured.
>He also played on Neal Schon's "Piranha Blues" from
>1999 and is currently about to release a project with
>Ross Valory & George Tickner called "VTR". George
>wrote and played guitar on the first Journey album and
>all those guys were down at the Hollywood Walk Of Fame
>back on January 21st 2005 when hell actually froze
>>Hey, great site and great tribute to a terrific
>>collection! Thought you would want to know that your
>>information regarding the keyboardist on the song "The
>>Party's Over(Hopelessly In Love) is incorrect.
>>The actual keyboardist on this studio track stemming
>>originally from the 1981 2 LP set Journey "Captured"
>>is Stevie "Keys" Roseman.
>>(see Sony Music URL
>>(S. Perry) From "Captured"
>>The only studio recording included in the
>>double-record live album, this song was written
>>backstage at Detroit's Cobo Hall by Perry on an
>>electric bass and the band played the number at sound
>>check. Keyboardist Stevie Roseman subbed in the
>studio on
>>keyboards for Rolie, who left the band at the end of
>>the tour. The single version made #34 in Billboard.

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