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Artist: Steve Lukather

Title: Lukather

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Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: 465657-2


Steve Lukather guitars, lead vocals
Carlos Vega drums
Prairie Prince drums
Tommy Price drums
Jeff Porcaro drums
John Keane drums
Edward Van Halen bass
Neil Stubenhaus bass
Will Lee bass
John Pierce bass
Randy Jackson bass
Lee Sklar bass
Lenny Castro percussion
C.J. Vanston keyboards
Jan Hammer synths
Eric Rehl synths
Randy Goodrum synths
Kim Bullard synths
Jai Winding synths
Steve Stevens guitar
Danny Kortchmar guitar
Mike Landau guitar
Richard Marx background vocals


1.  Twist The Knife  
2.  Swear Your Love  
3.  Fall Into Velvet  
4.  Drive A Crooked Road  
5.  Got My Way  
6.  Darkest Night Of The Year  
7.  Lonely Beat Of My Heart  
8.  With A Second Chance  
9.  Turns To Stone  
10.  It Looks Like Rain  
11.  Steppin' On Top Of Your World  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: robert Date: October 21, 2002 at 9:53
que pedazo de obra de arte mas genial! que pedazo de vocalista y guitarrista, q musicos y q temas... habeis oido como suena por ejemplo:lonely beat of my heart, esto es acojonante. no tiene precio, para mi incluso mejor q lo q hacia con toto, sus siguientes discos ya no me convencen, pero aki dejo este como no en el 89' para q lo disfrutemos eternamente, gracias steve!!!

From: Great Dane Date: December 31, 2002 at 15:12
This one hell of an album. Twist the knife is damn good and so is swear your love. But listen to Drive a crooked road, and Fall into velvet. Those tracks are superb, but infact so are all tracks. 10/10

From: MelodicMan Date: May 20, 2003 at 9:37
Great debut by Toto's guitarist, Luke. AOR meets melodic rock.

From: purrfect-kat Date: October 8, 2003 at 0:54
Not alot I can say about this cd except for one good song and one decent song . . . The rest is rubbish.

From: ROBERT Date: December 17, 2003 at 19:26
Bueno, bueno, bueno, q pedazo d Disco se marco el Genial guitarrista d Toto.esto es tocar la guitarra con clase y ganas... d los mejorcitos del 89' para mi gustito. para mi un 9 sobre 10!!

From: tomcat Date: December 18, 2003 at 11:25
brings back memories..great album.i heard 'i don't wanna turn to stone' lately in my car.. great cd

From: TIM (2) Date: July 9, 2004 at 4:10
This one is for those Toto fans who don't think they've done anything worth hearing since "The Seventh One". Very high quality release, but then with songs written by Dianne Warren, Richard Marx, Eddie Van Halen, Steinberg/Kelly etc, you wouldn't expect anything else. Essential listening for me are "Lonely Beat of My Heart" and the awesome ballad "Turns to Stone", but this is almost all good and way better than "Luke". 9/10.

From: peter poland Date: October 26, 2004 at 15:40
AWESOME 10/10 If you're looking for something different than AOR you will be dissapointed, but if You love TOTO and TOTO like AOR you won't regrent a simple minute spent with this album.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 4, 2005 at 22:22

From: Joan Date: April 2, 2005 at 13:03

From: Joan Date: April 4, 2005 at 14:47
Darknest night of the year... solo por esta ya vale la pena. Y por Drive a crooked road, Lonely beat of my heart.. gracias a Robert y Rapho por los comentarios que me han animado a pillarlo. Buenísimo!

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From: Jez Date: April 5, 2005 at 9:26
Brilliant, brilliant solo album with the best line up of guest musos I have ever seen on one album - Awesome stuff. The cream of the crop in the songwriting department aswell, so standards are very high throughout. Completely essential release for all Toto freaks.

From: Axe-Machine Date: April 6, 2008 at 9:59
A little along the lines of Toto's "Kingdom Of Desire" album, yet with a little more of their earlier super-smooth feel in places. This album rocks when it needs to, but delivers the ballads in all the right places. Among the highlights are "Swear Your Love", "Got My Way", "With A Second Chance" and "Twist The Knife", but the absolute standout is "Turn To Stone", which surely could have been a massive hit for Toto. This is Luke's most comprehensive solo album - only 2008's "Ever Changing Times" comes anywhere close. Highly Recommended! 89%

From: ShadowAngel Date: March 23, 2013 at 14:21
There some nice songs here and a lot of great musicians. But i really wonder: Whas there any need for this album? The Songs sound so much just like TOTO that they could've released them as...i don't know "The Eight One" or something. I think, if a musicians decides to create a solo album it should be to make something completely different like he does with his main band. Experiment and in case of Luke i really hoped he would make it a guitar driven album in the style of Vai or Satriani where he showcases his talent. Instead we get the same TOTO-like ballads, the same rock sound. I love TOTO so i like this album (Except Lonely Beat of my Heart...it's horrible) but i expected something different.

From: Leykis101 Date: June 20, 2015 at 2:46
Not to be railing on the last comment, but (and I mean this genuinely and not trying to be a cock sucker or asshole)WHO THE FUCK WANTS ANOTHER SATRIANI\VAI ALBUM!!! I was so happy when they quit releasing albums, I could've done back flips, Seriously! Those guys were cool, after the release of the debut by each one of those guys, then the novelty wore off, and it was just some schmoe jerking off all over his fretboard, absolutely nothing to add ever again, I just mean it's kind of ironic being the question you ask about this album, was there any need for another Vai\Satriani disc after their debuts? If you mean for Luke to showcase his HIGHLY HIGH-TECH AOR playing skills, then im with you 100%, if you meant you wanted him to release a disc of him wanking off all over his guitar, playing as fast as he can, then I might as well shut up now, while im still talking nice, that's the last thing we, or he needs. Completely awesome CD, my favorite of Lukes, well tied with Ever Changing Times.

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