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Artist: Steve Lukather

Title: Luke

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Category: AOR

Year: 1997

Label: Miramar

Catalog Number: 09006-23098-2

Personnel

Steve Lukather guitars, vocals
Gregg Bissonette drums
John Pierce bass
Phil Soussan bass

Tracks

1.  The Real Truth  
2.  Broken Machine  
3.  Tears Of My Own Shame  
4.  Love The Things You Hate  
5.  Hate Everything About U  
6.  Reservations To Live (The Way It Is)  
7.  Don't Hang Me On  
8.  Always Be There For Me  
9.  Open Your Heart  
10.  Bag O'Tales  
11.  Bluebird  
12.  The Pump  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: January 3, 2002 at 20:03
Like "Candyman" from '94, "Luke" is another half-hearted solo album from the Toto guitarist/singer. Saggy tempos, languid pacing, and lots of meandering bluesy tracks that are bogged down by Steve's throaty, range-less singing. Fortunately, for Toto fans, there's always one really good song to protect the investment. On "Candyman", it was "Borrowed Time". On this CD, the highlight is "Open Your Heart". Not surprisingly, both are ballads with Lukather pushing his ability to emote to the extreme.

From: robert Date: November 1, 2002 at 15:52
no me convence nada, el tema q se sale es TEARS OF.. por ese riff genial d guitarra, y para d contar, el anterior tenia mejores temas , pero pienso que nada comparado con su 1 obra de arte bestial y absoluta:lukather, QUE BUENO!!!!!!

From: TIM (2) Date: July 9, 2004 at 4:14
A very weak album, for me this is not the type of music suited to his style, and is really not my bag at all. Vocally this is extremely poor as there is just so little emotion, but probably the same can be said of the guitar histrionics. Absolutely avoid this and "Candyman" and pick up his first solo "Lukather" album as it's much more in the Tot vein. 3/10.

From: ShadowAngel Date: March 23, 2013 at 14:30
The first three songs are great i think. After that this album crash and burns, the other songs never could held my interest. Though The Pump is an OK version (Jeff Becks original is still superior i think)


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