Candyman (album)

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Candyman album cover.jpg
Studio album by
RecordedMarch-November 1993
GenreHard rock, jazz fusion, neo-progressive rock
ProducerSteve Lukather & Tom Fletcher
Steve Lukather chronology

Candyman is the second studio album by American rock musician Steve Lukather. It was a collaboration of musicians who were for the most part also in Lukather's band Los Lobotomys. Toto familiars Simon Phillips and David Paich participated as well as David Garfield, John Pêna, Chris Trujillo, Lenny Castro, Larry Klimas, Fee Waybill, Richard Page and Paul Rodgers. Lukather recorded the album in mostly live takes with little overdubbing.[1]

There was some confusion about whether Candyman was a Steve Lukather album or a Los Lobotomys album. The Japanese and US releases of Candyman were under the Los Lobotomys name rather than Lukather's; the Japanese release also featured a version of the Hendrix song "Red House." The European release of Candyman was credited to Lukather alone. Additionally, the touring band for the album was sometimes introduced as "Steve Lukather and Los Lobotomys" and sometimes as just "Los Lobotomys."[2]

The song "Borrowed Time" was released as a single in Europe and included "Red House" as a B-side.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hero with a 1000 Eyes" (Lukather, Garfield, Fee Waybill) - 6:31
  2. "Freedom" (Jimi Hendrix) - 4:08
  3. "Extinction Blues" (Lukather, Garfield, Waybill) - 4:59
  4. "Born Yesterday" (Lukather, Garfield, Waybill) - 7:08
  5. "Never Walk Alone" (Lukather, Garfield) - 9:42
  6. "Party in Simon's Pants" (Lukather, Simon Phillips) - 5:45
  7. "Borrowed Time" (Lukather, Garfield, Waybill) - 7:20
  8. "Never Let Them See You Cry" (Lukather, Garfield, Waybill) - 5:03
  9. "Froth" (Lukather, Garfield) - 9:41
  10. "The Bomber" (Joe Walsh, Vince Guaraldi) - 5:32
  11. "Song for Jeff" (Lukather, Garfield) - 7:07
  12. "Red House" (Jimi Hendrix) (US/Japan only)



  1. ^ a b Candyman, retrieved 2007-10-05
  2. ^ Los Lobotomys, retrieved 2007-10-05

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