Absolutely Live (Toto album)

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Absolutely Live
Live album by Toto
Released October 12, 1993
Recorded Den Bosch, November 1992
Genre Progressive rock
Length 82:50
Label Columbia
Producer James Guthrie, Alfred Lagarde, Toto
Toto chronology
Past to Present 1977-1990
(year)
Absolutely Live
(1993)
Toto XX
(year)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Absolutely Live is a live album released by the band Toto in 1993, with new vocalists Jenney Douglas-McRae, John James, and Donna McDaniel. Initially released in 1993, the album has been subsequently re-released in 1999 on Sony International.

Tracklist[edit]

Title Writers Length Lead vocalist Studio album
"Hydra" David Paich, Steve Porcaro, Steve Lukather, Jeff Porcaro, David Hungate, Bobby Kimball 7:44 David Paich Hydra
"Rosanna" Paich 8:25 John James, Lukather Toto IV
"Kingdom of Desire" Danny Kortchmar 8:02 Lukather Kingdom of Desire
"Georgy Porgy" Paich 3:45 Lukather Toto
"99" Paich 3:01 Lukather Hydra
"I Won't Hold You Back" Lukather 2:09 Lukather Toto IV
"Don't Stop Me Now" Lukather, Paich 2:35 Instrumental Fahrenheit
"Africa" Paich, Jeff Porcaro 6:11 Paich Toto IV
"Don't Chain My Heart" Toto 7:21 Lukather Kingdom of Desire
"I'll Be Over You" Randy Goodrum, Lukather 5:38 Lukather Fahrenheit
"Home of the Brave" Lukather, Paich, Jimmy Webb, Joseph Williams 7:07 Donna McDaniel, Paich The Seventh One
"Hold the Line" Paich 10:44 Jenny Douglas-Foote, John James Toto
"With a Little Help from My Friends" John Lennon, Paul McCartney 10:08 Lukather Live only cover song

Personnel[edit]

Toto
Additional musicians
  • John James – vocals
  • Donna McDaniel – vocals
  • Jenny Douglas-McRae – vocals
  • John Jessel – additional keyboards, vocals, sound effects
  • Chris Trujillo – percussion
Production

Singles[edit]

  • Africa / Africa (live edit) / Africa (original) (CD/12")
  • With a Little Help from my Friends / Rosanna (live)
  • I'll be over you / 99 (live) / Don't Chain my Heart (live)

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