Captured (Journey album)

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Journey Captured LP Cover Art.jpg
Cover art by Stanley Mouse
Live album by
ReleasedJanuary 30, 1981
  • August 8, 1980 (Montreal)
  • August 4 & 5, 1980 (Detroit)
  • October 13, 1980 (Tokyo)
StudioFantasy Studios, Berkeley, California
ProducerKevin Elson
Journey chronology
Dream, After Dream
Singles from Captured
  1. "The Party's Over (Hopelessly in Love)"
    Released: 14 February 1981 (US) [1]
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[2]

Captured is Journey's first live album. It was released on January 30, 1981 on the Columbia Records label. The album reached No. 9 on the Billboard 200 albums chart[3] and went on to sell two million copies.[4]

This album was recorded during the band's "Departure" tour in 1980. Tracks 1 to 4 were taken from a performance recorded at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on August 8, 1980. Tracks 5 & 6 were from the performance at the end of the tour in Koseinenkin Hall, Shinjyuku, Tokyo, Japan on October 13, 1980 and tracks 7 to 16 came from two shows at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan on August 4 & 5th 1980.[5] The song "Dixie Highway" had not previously been (nor was it subsequently) recorded on any Journey studio album. Closing the album is the lone studio track, "The Party's Over (Hopelessly in Love)," which was released as a single.

In the liner notes, the album is dedicated to AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott, who died in February 1980. Scott is referred to as "a friend from the highway," as AC/DC had supported Journey the previous year on their "If You Want Blood" tour.

This was the last Journey album for keyboard player and founder Gregg Rolie.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
1."Majestic" (pre-recorded instrumental)Neal Schon, Steve Perry0:41
2."Where Were You"Perry, Schon3:22
3."Just the Same Way"Gregg Rolie, Schon, Ross Valory3:37
4."Line of Fire"Perry, Schon3:25
5."Lights"Perry, Schon3:30
6."Stay Awhile"Perry, Schon2:24
Side two
7."Too Late"Perry, Schon3:44
8."Dixie Highway"Perry, Schon6:51
9."Feeling That Way"Perry, Rolie, Aynsley Dunbar3:14
10."Anytime"Rolie, Roger Silver, Robert Fleischman, Schon, R. Valory4:27
Side three
11."Do You Recall"Rolie, Perry3:26
12."Walks Like a Lady" (incl. Neal Schon guitar solo)Perry7:05
13."Lă Do Dā" (incl. Steve Smith drum solo)Perry, Schon7:02
Side four
14."Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'"Perry5:14
15."Wheel in the Sky"Schon, Fleischman, Diane Valory5:03
16."Any Way You Want It"Perry, Schon3:39
17."The Party's Over (Hopelessly in Love)" (studio recording)Perry3:43

Note: this was not the full concert set list that was played during the tour. The missing songs include "Of a Lifetime", "Kohoutek", "Lovin' You Is Easy", "People and Places", "Patiently", "Opened the Door", "Precious Time", "I'm Cryin'", "Homemade Love", "Moon Theme" (intro to "Wheel in the Sky") and "Winds of March". "Majestic" is a recorded version played as the introduction of the band arriving on stage.


Band members
Additional musicians
  • Kevin Elson - producer, engineer, mixing, live sound
  • Clifford Bonnell, Daniel Aumais, Guy Charbonneau, Akira Fukuda, Tom Suzuki - live recordings assistant engineers
  • Wally Buck - studio recording assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig - mastering



Country Organization Year Sales
USA RIAA 1994 2× Platinum (+ 2,000,000)[4]


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  2. ^ Kurutz, Steve. "Journey Captured review". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
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  4. ^ a b "RIAA – Searchable Database: Journey". Retrieved 31 January 2020.
  5. ^ "Journey's Past Tour Information". The Journey Tribute Page. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
  6. ^ "Top Albums/CDs - Volume 34, No. 22, May 09 1981". Library and Archives Canada. 9 May 1981. Archived from the original on 28 December 2012. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
  7. ^ ジャーニー - クイーンズライクのアルバム売り上げランキング (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2013-02-17.
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  9. ^ "Top Singles - Volume 34, No. 19, April 18, 1981". Library and Archives Canada. 18 April 1981. Archived from the original on 28 December 2012. Retrieved 2013-07-07.