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Toto|Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit

Toto

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After the ballad-deprived Isolation failed to meet the marketplace like its predecessor, Toto IV, Toto returned to making lush, mid-tempo tunes of romantic despair on Fahrenheit, enlisting their third lead singer, Joseph Williams, and calling in chips all over L.A. to score cameos from the likes of Michael McDonald, Don Henley, David Sanborn, and even Miles Davis, who had the closing track, "Don't Stop Me Now," pretty much to himself. Williams was a slightly grittier and more identifiable vocalist than Bobby Kimball or Fergie Frederiksen. But while the return to power ballads had the intended effect on the pop and adult contemporary charts (both "I'll Be over You" and "Without Your Love" scored), the album had a relatively low chart peak and failed to go gold. That kind of disconnection always indicates that the radio audience is failing to identify the songs with the group that made them, and it always means a career in trouble.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Till the End (Album Version)
00:05:27

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Composer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Lyricist - David Paich, Keyboards - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Joseph Williams, Composer - Joseph Williams, Lyricist - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Jerry Hey, Horns - Chuck Findley, Horns - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Bill Reichenbach, Horns - Gary Grant, Horns - Charlie Loper, Horns - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
We Can Make It Tonight (Album Version)
00:04:16

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Jeffrey Porcaro, Composer - Jeffrey Porcaro, Lyricist - Tom Knox, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - Barry Bregman, Composer - Barry Bregman, Lyricist - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Joseph Williams, Composer - Joseph Williams, Lyricist - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Without Your Love (Album Version)
00:04:34

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Composer - David Paich, Lyricist - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - Sidney, Percussion - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - John Jessel, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Can't Stand It Any Longer (Album Version)
00:04:38

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - J. Williams, Composer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - David Paich, Composer - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - S. Lukather, Composer - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
I'll Be Over You (Album Version)
00:03:49

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - Steve Lukather, Composer - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Steve Lukather, Lyricist - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - John Jessel, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Randy Goodrum, Composer - Randy Goodrum, Lyricist - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Fahrenheit (Album Version)
00:04:37

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Larry Williams, Horns - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Composer - David Paich, Lyricist - David Paich, Keyboards - Sidney, Percussion - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - David Sanborn, Horns - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Jerry Hey, Horns - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Joseph Williams, Composer - Joseph Williams, Lyricist - Jeff Porcaro, Composer - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Lyricist - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Chuck Findley, Horns - Tom Scott, Horns - Gary Grant, Horns - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Somewhere Tonight (Album Version)
00:03:46

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - David Paich, Composer - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - S. Lukather, Composer - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Joe Porcaro, Percussion - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Paulinho Da Costa, Percussion - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - J. Porcaro, Composer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Could This Be Love (Album Version)
00:05:14

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Composer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Lyricist - David Paich, Keyboards - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Joseph Williams, Composer - Joseph Williams, Lyricist - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Lea (Album Version)
00:04:29

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Lenny Castro, Percussion - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - S. Porcaro, Composer - S. Porcaro, Lyricist - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - Steve Jordan, Percussion - Don Henley, Horns - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - David Sanhorn, Horns - Jim Keltner, Percussion - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - Jerry Hey, Arranger - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Greg Ladanyi, Mixing Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Don't Stop Me Now (Album Version)
00:03:05

Teruo Murakami, Engineer - Toto, Producer - Toto, Arranger - Toto, Performer - Steve Porcaro, Bass - Steve Porcaro, Keyboards - Doug Linnell, Engineer - Tom Knox, Engineer - Tom Knox, Mixing Engineer - Shep Lonsdale, Engineer - Murray Dvorkin, Engineer - David Paich, Vocal - David Paich, Keyboards - David Paich, Composer - Steve Lukather, Vocal - Steve Lukather, Guitar - Miles Davis, Horns - S. Lukather, Composer - Duane Seykora, Engineer - Joe Porcaro, Percussion - Dan Garcia, Engineer - Jack Puig, Engineer - David Sanborn, Horns - Joseph Williams, Vocal - Jeff Porcaro, Percussion - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Bob Ludwig, Mastering Engineer - John Jessel, Engineer - Julie Last, Engineer - Mike Ross, Engineer

(P) 1986 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

After the ballad-deprived Isolation failed to meet the marketplace like its predecessor, Toto IV, Toto returned to making lush, mid-tempo tunes of romantic despair on Fahrenheit, enlisting their third lead singer, Joseph Williams, and calling in chips all over L.A. to score cameos from the likes of Michael McDonald, Don Henley, David Sanborn, and even Miles Davis, who had the closing track, "Don't Stop Me Now," pretty much to himself. Williams was a slightly grittier and more identifiable vocalist than Bobby Kimball or Fergie Frederiksen. But while the return to power ballads had the intended effect on the pop and adult contemporary charts (both "I'll Be over You" and "Without Your Love" scored), the album had a relatively low chart peak and failed to go gold. That kind of disconnection always indicates that the radio audience is failing to identify the songs with the group that made them, and it always means a career in trouble.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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