Steve Lukather discography

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Steve Lukather discography
Studio albums6
Live albums1
Music videos2
Singles5

This article lists the complete discography of Steve Lukather.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Billboard 200[1] UK Albums Chart RIAA[2] BPI[3]
1986 Lotus gem feat. Carlos Santana & Jeff Beck
1989 Los Lobotomys (Los Lobotomys) - - - -
1989 Lukather - - - -
1994 Candyman (Los Lobotomys) - - - -
1997 Luke - - - -
2003 Santamental - - - -
2008 Ever Changing Times - - - -
2010 All's Well That Ends Well - - - -
2013 Transition - - - -

Live albums[edit]

Year Title Billboard 200[1] UK Albums Chart RIAA[2] BPI[3]
2001 No Substitutions feat. Larry Carlton 29[4] - - -
2005 El Grupo Live feat. El Grupo - - - -
2005 Paris Concert - - - -
2010 An odd couple Live feat. Edgar Winter - - - -

Singles[edit]

Year Title Billboard Hot 100[1] U.S Mainstream Rock[1] UK Singles Chart Album
1989 "Swear Your Love" - - - Lukather
1994 "Borrowed Time" - - - Candyman (Los Lobotomys)
1997 "Hate Everything About You" - - - Luke
2008 "Ever Changing Times" - - - Ever Changing Times
2010 "Can't Look Back" - - - All's Well That Ends Well

As sideman or guest[edit]

With Herb Alpert

  • Magic Man (A&M, 1981)
  • Blow Your Own Horn (A&M, 1983)

With America

With Carole Bayer Sager

  • Too (Elektra, 1978)
  • Sometimes Late at Night (Boardwalk, 1981)

With Larry Carlton

With Bill Champlin

  • Runaway (Elektra, 1981)
  • Burn Down the Night (Emotion, 1992)

With Cher

With Alice Cooper

With Randy Crawford

  • Secret Combination (Warner Bros., 1981)
  • Windsong (Warner Bros., 1982)
  • Nightline (Warner Bros., 1984)

With Lisa Dal Bello

With Neil Diamond

With Earth, Wind & Fire

With Aretha Franklin

With Randy Goodrum

  • Caretaker of Dreams (Polydor, 1991)
  • Words and Music (Polydor, 1994)
  • Songbook (Beverly, 1995)

With Elton John

With Quincy Jones

With Rickie Lee Jones

With Marc Jordan

  • Mannequin (Warner Bros., 1978)
  • Blue Desert (Warner Bros., 1979)
  • A Hole in the Wall (Sound Design 1993)

With Kenny Loggins

With The Manhattan Transfer

With Richard Marx

With Michael McDonald

With Olivia Newton-John

With Randy Newman

With Lionel Richie

With Lee Ritenour

With Kenny Rogers

With Leo Sayer

With Boz Scaggs

With Derek Sherinian

With Barbra Streisand

With Donna Summer

With Fee Waybill and the Tubes

With others

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Prato, Greg (1957-10-21). "Steve Lukather | Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-05-24.
  2. ^ a b "Gold & Platinum Searchable Database - May 24, 2014". RIAA. Retrieved 2014-05-24.
  3. ^ a b "Home". Bpi.co.uk. Retrieved 2014-05-24.
  4. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/280631/steve-lukather/chart

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