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With A Little Help From My Friends (Live)

Toto

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Tireless, unflagging, evergreen... We could fill several pages with descriptions of the exceptional staying power of Toto, the pop-rockers who created the quintessential sound of the 1980s. Who has not danced or daydreamed to Africa or Rosanna? A guilty pleasure for the snobs, and simply a pleasure for millions around the globe, Toto's goal has always been to please the greatest number. According to the band members, their minimalist name refers to the Wizard of Oz, in which the word means "universal". In any case, more than forty years after their debut (in 1976), Toto, still under the leadership of Steve Lukather and David Paich, continues to sell out halls and stadiums, and they have produced a flamboyant live record here. With its twelve tracks gathered under a title taken from the Beatles, With A Little Help From My Friends has no other purpose than showing us a good time. In addition to the titular closing track, a beautiful cover of this legendary song, which serves as a testament not only to the Beatles but also to the superb version by Joe Cocker, we find Toto's great Hold The Line to You Are The Flower, by way of the arresting Stop Loving You, not to mention the mega hit Rosanna. There is something here to satisfy all Toto fans, for whom the adventure is far from over: in a few years these extraordinary Californians will be putting out their 50th anniversary releases. Insatiable? You bet. © Yan Céh/Qobuuz

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1
Till The End (Live)
00:05:06

DAVID PAICH, Composer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

2
Hold The Line (Live)
00:04:15

DAVID PAICH, Composer, Writer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

3
Pamela (Live)
00:06:11

J. Williams, Composer, Lyricist - DAVID PAICH, Composer, Lyricist - Toto, MainArtist - Joseph Williams, Composer

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

4
Kingdom Of Desire (Live)
00:08:13

Danny Kortchmar, Composer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

5
White Sister (Live)
00:09:28

DAVID PAICH, Composer, Lyricist - Bobby Kimball, Composer, Lyricist - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

6
You Are The Flower (Live)
00:05:15

Bobby Kimball, Composer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

7
I Won't Hold You Back (Live)
00:05:36

STEVE LUKATHER, Composer, Writer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

8
Stop Loving You (Live)
00:06:01

DAVID PAICH, Composer - STEVE LUKATHER, Composer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

9
Band Introductions (Live)
00:03:27

Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

10
Home Of The Brave (Live)
00:08:06

J. Williams, Composer - J. WEBB, Composer - Steven Lukather, Composer - Jimmy Webb, Composer - DAVID PAICH, Composer - STEVE LUKATHER, Composer - Toto, MainArtist - Joseph Williams, Composer

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

11
Rosanna (Live)
00:07:06

DAVID PAICH, Composer, Writer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

12
With A Little Help From My Friends (Live)
00:06:11

John Lennon, Composer - Paul Mccartney, Composer - Toto, MainArtist

© 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club ℗ 2021 Mascot Label Group/The Players Club

Album Description

Tireless, unflagging, evergreen... We could fill several pages with descriptions of the exceptional staying power of Toto, the pop-rockers who created the quintessential sound of the 1980s. Who has not danced or daydreamed to Africa or Rosanna? A guilty pleasure for the snobs, and simply a pleasure for millions around the globe, Toto's goal has always been to please the greatest number. According to the band members, their minimalist name refers to the Wizard of Oz, in which the word means "universal". In any case, more than forty years after their debut (in 1976), Toto, still under the leadership of Steve Lukather and David Paich, continues to sell out halls and stadiums, and they have produced a flamboyant live record here. With its twelve tracks gathered under a title taken from the Beatles, With A Little Help From My Friends has no other purpose than showing us a good time. In addition to the titular closing track, a beautiful cover of this legendary song, which serves as a testament not only to the Beatles but also to the superb version by Joe Cocker, we find Toto's great Hold The Line to You Are The Flower, by way of the arresting Stop Loving You, not to mention the mega hit Rosanna. There is something here to satisfy all Toto fans, for whom the adventure is far from over: in a few years these extraordinary Californians will be putting out their 50th anniversary releases. Insatiable? You bet. © Yan Céh/Qobuuz

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