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Falling In Between

1 Feb 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 10 Feb 2006
  • Label: TOTO Recordings
  • Copyright: 2006 Toto Recordings Inc.
  • Total Length: 48:51
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  • ASIN: B001L879U4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,818 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 13 Feb 2006
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Those reading this must know who Toto are: world class musicians, session players to the great & the good (and Michael Jackson), and multi-grammy award winners.
This is an interesting album, in that it was made over 10 months, with no label involvement. So some might say it's a bit self-indulgent.
OK, but aren't bands best when they're not trying to please everyone?
This time they've pleased themselves - and made a fantastic album in the process. Production is also excellent
There are 10 tracks, which show past influences but add something extra. Steve Porcaro (keys, arrangements) is back for this one after nearly 20 years, and other guests include Lenny Castro (percussion, played on Toto IV) and Ian Anderson (flute, Jethro Tull).
Falling In Between kicks things off - the heaviest number on the album, almost Dream Theater in places. A seriously powerful vocal from Bobby Kimball, and a de-tuned metal-ish groove with some odd time signatures. The final section is a complex guitar/keys/orchestral theme, very progressive (!).
Dying On My Feet starts off quite laid back and jazzy, then the bridge/chorus doubles the pace, big harmonies, and some heavy guitar stabs, into a spaceous orchestral/guitar melody interlude, then mellow again, with a tasty guitar solo (nice trem bar use). Big band jazz to finish.
Bottom Of Your Soul is the first ballad. Reminds me of Mushanga (Seventh One) meets I Will Remember (Tambu). Some African percussion thrown in later on, and Joseph Williams guesting on vocals. Great stuff.
King Of The World is a more straight-forward commercial rocker, with a David Paich verse and a Kimball chorus. Vague memories of Isolation-era.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Baggie Dave on 7 Oct 2006
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This is a wonderful album and in terms of overall quality it is the best album TOTO have ever produced. Free from the shackles of record companies TOTO have at last recorded an album that they wanted to do. There is so much variety within the songs and they sound so fresh. The real pity is that TOTO are not given any airplay on national or even local radio so unless you go looking for this album you would never know it existed.

If TOTO were given the exposure that this album really deserves it would be in the running for 'Album Of The Year' it really is that good...

Sadly this is the last studio album TOTO ever produced after deciding to go their separate ways after 30 years together. Those who crave more of the 'TOTO' sound will find it in Steve Lukather's 'Ever Changing Times' album.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stevie Robson on 11 Feb 2006
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Stunning in every way - the quality, in every aspect of "Falling In Between", is difficult to put into words unless you have actually heard it. Just when you thought there were no more surprises from a band who have been together for nearly 30 years, this release gives you a gentle kick between the legs and gives your head a massage of the finest rock you are ever likely to hear.
The production, mainly overseen by Simon Phillips, is simply superb, and will get you finding new things with every listen.
Each member of the band, including "new boy" Greg Phillinganes, has never sounded better than on this recording, and that is probably due to the fact that they have spent nearly a year creating a masterpiece which they are, and rightly should be, proud of. Steve Porcaro is here in abundance, adding clever touches to most of the tracks, and Joe Williams makes a triumphant return to duet with Luke. Nice touch.
For me, there are no stand-out cuts on this album, 'cos each track is an absolute GEM! From the brutal opening of the title track to the funk of "Let It Go", the mesmorising "Bottom of Your Soul" to the sheer adrenaline of "Taint Your World", the musicianship and enjoyment is clear. Album of the year without a doubt - and that's any year!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Cairns on 22 Jun 2006
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O.K. so I'm a fan anyway, but I really defy anyone who's into this sort of music not to appreciate how good this album is. Personally I would rate Toto as one of the most accomplished bands in the world and I think they've bettered their best here.

I was looking forward to this new cd greatly and bought it at the first gig of their recent tour. Surprised to see no David Paich on stage and absolutely no mention of where he was, what he was doing or why he was absent. The new guy on keyboards is of course brilliant, but not so jazzy or charismatic - maybe he's just got to find his feet. Anyway, I digress. I couldn't wait to get the cd on.....and wow!!

Firstly (and I had it turned up pretty loud!) I nearly fell off my chair with the 2 'blows' to Simon's deepest floor tom right at the beginning. Then I sat back and enjoyed a truly astounding album.

Nice heavy one to start, then 'Dying on my feet' just blew me away - several different sections, getting more and more interesting until the wonderful 'Chicago' style horns come in with percussion etc. Wonderful.

I'd like to analyse every number, but that would be boring! there's allsorts on this disc and it's all executed with such panache. Bits of jazz rock of course and some ballady stuff that tugs at the heart strings. Such excellent songs - NO weakness anywhere. Just buy it......you won't be disappointed. Afterall, even I felt moved enough to do an anoraky thing like write a review about it!!!!!
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