Out Now: New Solo Albums from Both Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams of Toto (Listen)


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Two distinguished members of the beloved band Toto. Two new solo albums. One release day. It was a coordinated effort from Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams to link each other’s solo albums to the very same launch date, and both records have been released today.

Previewed in recent months with a series of tracks, I Found The Sun Again (Lukather’s record) and Denizen Tenant (Williams’s record) are available now:

Click here to pick up Steve Lukather’s I Found the Sun Again on CD from our Rock Cellar Store
Click here to pick up Steve Lukather’s I Found the Sun Again on 2-LP from our Rock Cellar Store

Click here to pick up Joseph Williams’s Denizen Tenant on CD from our Rock Cellar Store
Click here to pick up Joseph Williams’s Denizen Tenant on 2-LP from our Rock Cellar Store

Here’s Lukather’s music video for his album’s title track, a trippy little affair that was filmed at his home during lockdown:

Debuted over the summer, “Run To Me” featured both Williams and pal Ringo Starr:

Williams, meanwhile, shared a video for his song “Liberty Man”:

And “Never Saw You Coming”:

Lukather’s album features five new original songs and three covers: “Welcome to the Club” by Joe Walsh, “The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys” by Traffic and “Bridge of Sighs” by Robin Trower. The full track listing:

1. Along For The Ride
2. Serpent Soul
3. The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
4. Journey Through
5. Welcome To The Club
6. I Found The Sun Again
7. Run To Me
8. Bridge Of Sighs

Williams’s album features twelve new recordings, including covers of “If I Fell” by the Beatles and “Don’t Give Up” by Peter Gabriel. The full track listing:

1. Never Saw You Coming
2. Liberty Man
3. Denizen Tenant
4. Wilma Fingadoux
5. Black Dahlia (feat. David Paich)
6. Don’t Give Up (feat. Hannah Ruick)
7. The Dream
8. Remember Her (feat. Steve Lukather)
9. No Lessons
10. Mistress Winter’s Jump
11. If I Fell (feat. Steve Lukather)
12. World Broken

This ought to provide hours of musical entertainment for Toto fans. Stream both records below:

Comments

  • Nicholas Lee says:

    Loving both albums from Steve Lukather and Joseph Williams. Both so very different, yet gel together. It’s almost a new double TOTO album, with David Paich on both, and Simon Phillips making an appearance! Any chance of an actual new TOTO studio album with the incredible new lineup together with David Paich?


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