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Toto - Live at Budokan 1982

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Live at Budokan
GenreRock
DatesMay 18th, 1982
Location(s)Nippon Budokan, Tokyo

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Overview[edit]

Live at Budokan was a concert performed by Toto in May 1982. The concert was "bootlegged" and many CDs have been sold of the show. Toto have yet to release their own release of this concert - although they have released an LP of a different show they played at the Nippon Budokan in 1980.[1]

Track Listing[2][edit]

CD 1:

  1. Opening
  2. Girl Goodbye
  3. Child's Anthem
  4. I'll Supply The Love
  5. Live For Today
  6. A Million Miles Away
  7. Georgy Porgy
  8. Good For You
  9. Africa
  10. Keyboard Solo
  11. Hydra
  12. 99

CD 2:

  1. Goodbye Elenore
  2. Guitar Solo
  3. Gift With A Golden Gun
  4. Make Believe
  5. Rosanna
  6. English Eyes
  7. Afraid Of Love
  8. Lovers In The Night
  9. Hold The Line
  10. Band Introduction
  11. Runaway

DVD:

  1. Child's Anthem
  2. Girl Goodbye
  3. I'll Supply The Love
  4. A Million Miles Away
  5. Georgy Porgy
  6. Africa
  7. Goodbye Elenore
  8. Rosanna
  9. English Eyes
  10. Afraid of Love
  11. Lovers In The Night
  12. Hold The Line

Personnel[edit]

  • David Paich - keys, synth, vocals
  • Steve Lukather - guitar, vocals
  • Mike Porcaro - bass, vocals
  • Bobby Kimball - vocals
  • Jeff Porcaro - drums
  • Steve Porcaro - keys, synth, vocals
  • James Newton Howard - keys, vocals
  • Jon Smith - vocals, tenor sax

References[edit]

  1. "Toto - Record Store Day". Record Store Day. October 2020. Retrieved 2 February 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "Toto - Definitive Budokan 1982". Discogs. December 2017. Retrieved 2 February 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)


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