TOTO – Ahoy 1990 2nd Night [AOR Moon Collector’s Japan 2xCD] The Real One

TOTO - Ahoy 1990 2nd Night [AOR Moon Collector's Japan 2xCD] The Real One full
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As requested, here’s the Japanese AOR Moon Collector’s bootleg label release of TOTO‘s “Ahoy 1990 2nd Night“, a concert recorded 1990-10-08 in Rotterdam at the Sportpaleis Ahoy during the band’s Toto Planet Earth Tour.
There was two TOTO concerts there, October 7th (first night), and this one, October 8th, the second night. It’s a very good sound recording of special interest as features Jean-Michel Byron as lead vocalist, the only major, world tour the singer was part of TOTO.
There’s a less quality version of this concert floating the internet with cuts and noises – this is the real AOR Moon Collector’s 2xCD release – Only at 0dayrox

 

TOTO - Ahoy 1990 2nd Night [AOR Moon Collector's Japan 2xCD] back cover

After the greatest hits album Past to Present 1977–1990, released in 1990, Toto then embarked upon the “Planet Earth” tour that lasted from September until December 1990.
The band didn’t get along with Byron, whose diva-like behavior and flamboyant stage presence caused friction during the tour. He was demoted to background vocals before ultimately being fired at the conclusion of the tour.

 

CD1
1.Intro
2.Love Has The Power
3.Animal
4.Georgy Porgy
5.Child’s Anthem
6.I’ll Be Over You
7.Somewhere Tonight
8.English Eyes
9.Africa
10.Band Intro

CD2
1.Out Of Love
2.Without Your Love
3.Can You Hear What I’m Saying
4.David Paich Solo
5.I Won’t Hold You Back
6.Red House
7.American Girl
8.Till The End

Jeff Porcaro – Drums
David Paich – Keyboards and Vocals
Steve Lukather – Guitar and Vocals
Mike Porcaro – Bass
Jean-Michel Byron – Vocals
Chris Trujillo – Percussion
Jenny Douglas-McRae – Background Vocals
Jackie McGhee – Background Vocals

 

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2 Responses

  1. Arnoud says:

    I rarely ever leave early during a concert, this is one of the very few exceptions. Complete disaster while I was there. Poor sound quality, bad singer, no fun at all. It may sound a lot better on the CD, the memory won’t change through that

  2. stonedhenge says:

    Thank you very much.

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