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For instance hard and edgy intro gives way to softer center pieces before bridging back to the more gut-level tough guitar bits in the title cut Transition. On the other hand Judgment Day starts almost ethereal, as if coming out of a fog and then builds to rock guitar crescendo that recalls great guitar work of the 80s. Similarly Right the Wrong, a contemplative piece about the state of the world, starts softly and builds into a guitar solo (a Lukather signature in his songs) evocative of his deep emotions, crying out for change, restoration, a kind of sad desperation but with an energy that simultaneously holds onto to hope and optimism.
The Creep Motel has an echo of "The High Price of Hate" from Mindfields both in sound and lyrics (to my hearing) and spares nothing of the raw emotion of disgust and disdain that the lyrics indicate.
Luke's gift as songwriter has always shone through in his love ballads and this remains true for both Once Again and Rest of the World, albeit in two different tones... one in grief over love lost and the other in lazy afterglow of love found.Read more ›
Steve Lukather is simply one the best there is and "Transitions" is worthy of your time-- time and time again! Make no doubt about that!
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The Songs are great BUT The Recording is really bad. Too much Compression. I also bought TOTO 10 and the recording was really bad also. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Charles L. Whitlock
Another great cd by Steve. Once again he really rips on guitar and his singing is right up there also.Published 23 months ago by george
If you're a "Luke" fan there are no surprises here. I bought this on the strength of other reviews I stumbled across in a couple of U.S./U.K. Read morePublished on April 28, 2014 by Mark Bandfield