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Toto is the debut studio album by the American band Toto. It was released in 1978 and includes the hit singles "Hold the Line", "I'll Supply the Love" and "Georgy Porgy", all three of which made it into the Top 50 in the USA. "Hold the Line" spent six weeks in the Top 10, and reached Number 14 in the UK as well
Toto is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 1977, the group's original lineup included lead vocalist Bobby Kimball, guitarist and vocalist Steve Lukather, keyboardist and vocalist David Paich, bassist David Hungate, keyboardist Steve Porcaro and drummer Jeff Porcaro
Interview: Steve Lukather Recounts 35 Years of Toto History. Thirty-five years ago this month, Toto released its debut album, turning a group of high school friends and sought-after session musicians into one of the biggest rock bands on the planet. They've been through an incredible number of ups and downs since then, from the high of winning multiple Grammy Awards for 1982's 'Toto IV' to the awful low of drummer Jeff Porcaro's sudden death 10 years later. The first place it went to Number One was Holland, I think.
Interview (stylized ĭn′terview) is the eighth album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant. The album was released in 1976. It is a concept album conceived as a radio interview. Three of the tracks integrate brief "interview" sections which were staged in the studio. The title song has lyrics derived from the type of question and answer dialogue they had encountered while talking to the music press. This album was critically and commercially less successful than their previous album Free Hand.
Special radio Special radio. Participants of interview: GLENN TIPTON – GT . Downing – KKD ROB HALFORD – RH Rob Halford SR: The long – awaited album ANGEL OF RETRIBUTION has been finally released. There have been many discussions and quarrels in the press about your CD. How do you rate and judge the album yourself? GT: There had Open .
Toto members have appeared on thousands of recordings earning hundreds Grammy nominations, but the magic they create as a collective have launched some of rock and pop music's most memorable classics. With Toto XIV, founders Steve Lukather (guitar, vocals), David Paich (keyboards, vocals), and Steve Porcaro (keyboards, vocals) reunite for another stunning display of magic and melody. Original bassist David Hungate even makes a return for the recording of the new record. Longtime contributor, Lenny Castro once again adds his percussion skills to the mix. Other notable special guests include Michael McDonald, Tal Wilkenfeld, Lee Sklar and Tom Scott. Toto XIV marks the band’s first studio effort since Falling in Between in 2006, and only Toto’s third album of new material since the turn of the century. Fans have been patiently waiting, and the band does not disappoint. The new record taps into everything from progressive rock and jazz to pop and blues, and the production by CJ Vanston is stellar.