Neal Schon Songs Ranked

Neal Joseph Schon (born February 27, 1954) is an American rock guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist, best known for his work with the band’s Journey and Bad English. He was a member of the rock band Santana before forming Journey and was also an original member of Hardline. Schon was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame on August 23, 2013. Schon was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Journey on April 7, 2017. Here are all of Neal Schon’s songs ranked.

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10. Lady M (Vortex, 2015)

“Been a Journey and Neal schon fan for years but, although the playing is as great as you would expect, the actual tracks don’t do a great deal for me. Great instrumentals require a beginning, middle and an ending, this to me just seems like a lot of self indulgence and not enough substance.”

9. Another World (World Play, 2005)

“Been a HUGE fan of Neal Schon since the early 70’s. this is just another example of how the master brings it to a new level. i say this is 1 of his strongest releases to date”

8. It Will Happen (I on U, 2005)

“Schon uses a lot of electronics on this disc with keyboardist Igor Len as his main collaborator. Overall this is a nice album.”

7. Szabo (Szabo, 1997)

“Schon is a great player and shows off his many guitar skills here. The music is shredding at times, but never in a metal capacity.”

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6. Takin’ Me Down (Double Eclipse, 1992)

“Neal Schon definitely shines bright here. His heart and soul is poured into this recording and you can certainly feel it. Practically every note explodes!”

5. Straight to Your Heart (Backlash, 1991)

“It brought back memories of great times I had when I was younger. It was easy to download to my mp3 to take on the go. One of my favorite songs of all time. And my ring tone on my cell phone..”

4. For Your Love (All One People, 1991)

“This work, as his others, proves beyond any doubt the creativity and dedication to strong melodic content this man establishes in his compositions.”

See more: Journey Albums Ranked

3. Missing You (Through the Fire, 1984)

“I love Neal Schon’s guitar playing. Didn’t know this was going to have singing on it as well. It’s good but I love some of his other albums better.”

2. Wasting Time (Untold Passion, 1981)

“Neal has never been a singer, but im my opinion he is the best guitarist, in the world, bar none. One would expect an instrumental cd from Neal, and that is what I was hoping for with this cd, but it’s not what I got.”

1. No One to Depend On (Santana III, 1971)

“Great song by a legendary guitarist before he became retro and trendy. Blazing solos and great fills. Gotta love it. This is a great song from my past and brings back some awesome memories!”