A Thousand Years - Toto - The Seventh One (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Toto's seventh album, like it's fourth, gets its name from its chronological release order - in this case, the seventh album of new songs from Toto. On to the music! As everyone else has stated, the opening track "Pamela" was Toto's only Top 40 single off the album/5().
  2. Aug 15,  · Toto’s The Seventh One was a masterpiece, and the run home with the last three tracks on this album find the band at the peak of their game. The first of those trio of songs is “A Thousand Years.” This tune has its origin as a demo tape from Joseph Williams’ brother Mark, an accomplished drummer and session musician himself.
  3. The Seventh One is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Toto. It was released in , and became the best-received Toto album since Toto IV. In , after a long string of huge hits, Toto worked on their album The seventh one.
  4. Overall, "The Seventh One" represents Toto on the verge of returning to their success of Toto IV (success in terms of production quality, songwriting, etc. - not chart-wise), with hints at their direction for the future. I see this album as the foundation of later releases like "Tambu" or "Mindfields", both excellent recordings in their own right/5().
  5. The title song The seventh one* never made it to this album. The song appeared as b-side of the hit single Stop loving you and on the album Toto greatest hits (). Mark Williams (brother of Joseph) about his contribution to the song A thousand years: "I wrote the progression and groove one night in the summer of
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 24bit kHz File release of The Seventh One on Discogs.
  7. Sep 30,  · The seventh one Songwriters Joseph Williams & David Paich. (C) Columbia records. Toto - A Thousand Years HQ YouTube; Toto - A Thousand Years Toto - Thousand Years - Duration:
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Seventh One on Discogs/5(8).

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