---Toto - The Turning Point - 1996 (Columbia)-Жанр: Pop Rock, Soft Rock, AOR Носитель: Maxi Single Страна-производитель диска (релиза): Austria Год издания: 1996 Издатель (лейбл): Columbia Номер по каталогу: COL 662722 2 Страна исполнителя (группы): USA Аудио кодек: FLAC (*.flac) Тип рипа: (tracks + .cue) Битрейт аудио: lossless Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: full scans, jpeg png, 300 dpi Продолжительность: 14:10 Источник (релизер): Thanks to original uploader - rockandheart (Nafta Music) Трэклист:
01 - The Turning Point (Edit) (4:05)
02 - The Road Goes On (4:26)
03 - Time Is The Enemy (5:40)Discogs || YoutubeЭта раздача может быть поглощена собственным рипом Lossless Group. Мы предпочитаем оригинальные рипы.
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Addition of Simon Phillips and Tambu (1995–1997)
In 1995 Toto recorded Tambu, their first album with Simon Phillips, which saw the band back with CBS (now Sony). A departure from Toto's sound of the late 1970s and 1980s, Tambu was a very organic release and featured the single "I Will Remember", which received moderate radio play. Other singles released were "Drag Him To The Roof" and "The Turning Point". Tambu also featured John James and Jenny Douglas-McRae as backup singers on some of the tracks. Douglas-McRae even sang lead on the album's bonus track, "Blackeye", and also in a duet with Steve Lukather on "Baby He's Your Man". Tambu sold 600,000 copies worldwide.
The "Tambu Tour" proved to be another success, although there were no North American dates. Simon Phillips suffered from a back problem, so Gregg Bissonette had to fill in for him during the first leg of the tour in late 1995. The tour concluded in 1996. The rest of the tour personnel remained the same, with the exception of Donna McDaniel who'd left in 1994 shortly after the "Night of the Proms" performances (which Douglas-McRae had missed since she was out touring with Joe Cocker). The song "Hold the Line" was now sung as a duet between James and Douglas-McRae. Both James and Douglas-McRae were dropped from the band at the conclusion of the 1997 tour.
David Paich - keyboards, backing and lead vocals, synthesizers
Steve Lukather - guitars, backing and lead vocals, bass guitar
Mike Porcaro - bass guitar, backing vocals, cello, percussion
Simon Phillips - drums, percussion, keyboards