|1-4||Could You Be Loved|
|1-5||Gift With A Golden Gun|
|1-6||While My Guitar Gently Weeps|
|1-10||Stop Loving You|
|1-11||Luke's Acoustic Solo|
|1-12||Waiting For Your Love|
|2-2||I Won't Hold You Back|
|2-4||Afraid of love|
|2-5||Hold the line|
|2-6||Can't Get Next To You|
|2-7||Home Of The Brave|
25th Anniversary: Live in Amsterdam is a live album by Toto, released in 2003, in the 25th anniversary of the band. This is the last Toto live album to feature David Paich before his retirement from touring in 2005 and before his return to the band in 2010. And also the last live album to feature bassist Mike Porcaro before his retirement from touring due to a ALS 4 years later and his death on March 15th, 2015. All songs by David Paich, except where noted.
Absolutely Live is a live album released by the band Toto in 1993, with new vocalists Jenney Douglas-McRae, John James, and Donna McDaniel. Initially released in 1993, the album has been subsequently re-released in 1999 on Sony International. Steve Lukather – lead vocals, guitar. David Paich – keyboards, vocals. Mike Porcaro – bass guitar. Simon Phillips – drums. Donna McDaniel – vocals. Jenny Douglas-McRae – vocals. John Jessel – additional keyboards, vocals, sound effects.
Two Blu-Ray’s are also included: Toto IV in . surround sound along with a Live in Paris 1990 Concert. The set also includes a previously unreleased Live In Tokyo EP from their 1980 tour, along with an album titled Old Is New. The Old Is New LP features ten tracks, seven are previously unreleased along with Spanish Sea, Alone and Struck By Lighting which are featured on the band’s most recent greatest hits collection 40 Trips Around The Sun. All of the music in the box set was personally remastered by TOTO along with Grammy award winners Elliot Scheiner, Gavin Lurssen and his team.
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