Tambu is the ninth studio album by American rock band Toto. It was released in May 1995 through Sony Records. Tambu has sold 600,000 copies worldwide. It is the first album by the group since the death of Jeff Porcaro in 1992. The album includes the single "I Will Remember", which failed to chart in the US but was the band's first chart hit in the UK since "I Won't Hold You Back" twelve years before. Tambu was a nominee for Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical in 1997.
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Label: Sony Records Int'l – SICP 3118.
Toto waxed philosophical on its first album to be recorded since the death of founding member Jeff Porcaro and his replacement by drummer Simon Phillips. The song lyrics were full of abstractions - apathy, dignity, faith, freedom, hope, hopelessness, hypocrisy, rage, trust (those are all from just the first song, "Gift of Faith") - which seemed to indicate that the band members were reflecting seriously, if not too specifically, on weighty issues in an angry, questioning manner.
Toto - Kingdom Of Desire 1992 (Full Album). Toto - I Will Remember (album version). Toto - - Full Album. TOTO - The Seventh One. Toto - Stop Loving You. Like a patient new to psychoanalysis, Toto went on at length (the album runs over 70 minutes), and without much coherence, about "the pain of my lifetime" and "a world of blind ambition," among other things.
Release Date: 1995 Tracklist. At least a good album with moments of greatness. ZeddSquared April 14th 19. good. Jeanclaude August 14th 18. average.
MP3 Music, June 4, 1996. I happened to find this album by mistake, and it led me to revisit Toto with a vengeance. These guys are consumate musicians, and it shows on this album. No one's trying to upstage everyone else and it works so well. This is what real music is all about.