TOTO - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TOTO (STEVE LUKATHER), TOTO (MIKE PORCARO), TOTO (DAVID PAICH), TOTO (STEVE PORCARO) - HFSID 344658
TOTO; STEVE LUKATHER, MIKE PORCARO, DAVID PAICH, STEVE PORCARO Four members of the band sign this 7x7 record album cover for the single "Can You Hear What I'm Saying? " Record album cover signed: "Steve Porcaro" in silver felt, "Mike Porcaro", "Steve Lukather", "David Paich" in blue felt.
Sale Price $324.00
TOTO; STEVE LUKATHER, MIKE PORCARO, DAVID PAICH, STEVE PORCARO
Four members of the band sign this 7x7 record album cover for the single "Can You Hear What I'm Saying? "
Record album cover signed: "Steve Porcaro" in silver felt, "Mike Porcaro", "Steve Lukather", "David Paich" in blue felt. 7x7 vinyl of songs "Can You Hear What I'm Saying?" and "Hold the Line". Record included. STEVE PORCARO (b. 1957) is an American keyboardist and composer, who was an original member of the rock band Toto. Porcaro wrote or co-wrote at least one song on each of Toto's first six albums, with the exception of Isolation. He left Toto in 1986 after the Fahrenheit album in order to pursue a more full-time songwriting and composing career. Porcaro composed the music for the song "Human Nature" and produced the synthesizer for "The Girl Is Mine" from Michael Jackson's album Thriller, and also played with Gary Wright during his tour in 1977, supporting his The Dream Weaver album. Steve Porcaro is currently working on film scores. He collaborated with his daughter Heather Porcaro on her debut album, The Heartstring Symphony. MIKE PORCARO (1955-2015) was an American bass player known for his work with the band Toto. Porcaro worked as a session bass player before replacing Toto's original bass player in 1982 shortly after the band completed recording the Toto IV album. Porcaro played cello on a track for the album and performed as a full band member on the world tour in support of the album. He remained with the band until 2007 because of complications with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. STEVE LUKATHER (b. 1957) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer, best known for his work with the rock band Toto. A prolific session musician, Lukather has recorded guitar tracks for more than 1,500 albums representing a broad array of artists and genres. In 1976, he was invited by David Paich and the Porcaro brothers Steve and Jeff to join them in forming their band, Toto. He remained a member until the band split up in 2008, and has been involved in their periodic reunion tours. He has also contributed to albums and hit singles as a songwriter, arranger and producer. Lukather has released seven solo albums, the latest of which was released in January 2013. DAVID PAICH (b. 1954) is a keyboardist, singer, composer, recording producer, and arranger, best known for his work with the rock band Toto. With Toto, Paich has released 17 albums and sold over 30 million records. Aside from his work with Toto, he has co-written songs with Boz Scaggs and occasionally still sits in on keyboards with Boz Scaggs' band. He won the Emmy Award for Best Song or Theme with "Light The Way" in 1974 and won five Grammy Awards with Toto in 1982 for songs on their album, IV. Lightly creased. Edges worn. Lightly soiled on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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