Ever Changing Times
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|Audio CD, June 10, 2008||
2008 solo album from the musician best known as guitar player and singer for Toto and the creator of the holiday classic Santamental, Ever Changing Times is another musical gem to be added to the list of top quality releases featuring his classic trademarks: exquisite playing, finely crafted productions and a very diverse range of music styles, encompassing heartfelt ballads, straight-ahead rockers and fusion The list of special guests includes former Toto singer Joseph Williams and Chicago's Bill Champlin on background vocals, Leland Sklar on bass, Steve Weingart, Jeff Babko, Randy Goodrum on keyboards and synths plus a Steve Porcaro cameo on one track, Abe Laboriel Jr. on drums and other friends and guest stars who all lent their talent to ensure a truly exciting and fresh result.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 5.55 x 4.97 x 0.54 inches; 3.53 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Rider Records
- Date First Available : May 10, 2008
- Label : Rider Records
- ASIN : B00197TZTA
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #382,620 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Jammin With Jesus is the only track that doesn't float my boat, but the others are more than enough to make this an A+ issue.
Yes - Steve has said this is the NEW beginning - that TOTO is caputt for good. So glad he wants to continue to amaze us all.......maybe the USA will embrace him like he deserves to be. BUY THIS NOW!!!!
Top reviews from other countries
I felt pretty much the same the first time through. Few highlights, loads of fillers, and very predictable. One month on, the throwaway tracks have become my favourites, and I have the CD rolling over constantly in the car. I can't wait until Luke tours with this. Thank god he got over his "fusion" phase, and got back to real rock.
I love evey track bar one (Never Ending Nights), which I would confess to skipping on occasions. The rest of the album is a gem. even the instrumental track is growing on me.
Best track by far, is the Steeley Dan inspired "Stab in the back". It's worth the whole "admission fee" on its own.
Keep rockin' Luke. See you on tour. And please... No fusion !!!
This album is as good as old TOTO stuff. Steve sings and plays guitar like never before. All songs are strong, but song nr 2 is my fav..
The way to go Steve. Keep on rocking, you are the best!!