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Livefields (Live)


Download links and information about Livefields (Live) by Totò / Toto. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:15:24 minutes.

Artist: Totò / Toto
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:15:24
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No. Title Length
1. Caught In the Balance (Live) 6:42
2. Tale of a Man (Live) 5:14
3. Rosanna (Live) 6:52
4. Luke Solo (Live) 3:07
5. Million Miles Away (Live) 4:54
6. Jake to the Bone (Live) 7:59
7. Simon Solo (Live) 4:21
8. Dave's Gone Skiing (Live) 1:08
9. Out of Love (Live Acoustic Version) 2:59
10. Mama (Live Acoustic Version) 2:12
11. You Are the Flower (Live Acoustic Version) 1:54
12. The Road Goes On (Live Acoustic Version) 2:31
13. Better World (Live) 8:09
14. Girl Goodbye (Live) 6:14
15. Dave Solo (Live) 4:48
16. White Sister (Live) 6:20



During the '70s, it appeared as though most rock bands tried to re-create their 'live sound' in the recording studio for their studio albums. But by the early '80s, it was seemed to be the other way around, as studio recordings became increasingly "perfect" sounding. One such band that followed the latter approach was certainly Toto, whose records were so clean-sounding that you could eat a five-course meal off of them. That said, Toto is understandably not exactly the prime candidate to challenge Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! for "grittiest live album of all time." Yet the group of highly respected and skilled studio musicians did offer a document of their 1999 tour the same year, Livefields. Usually, live albums consist of a group's greatest hits, but the only certified Toto hit included here is "Rosanna" (in others words, no "Africa," no "Hold the Line," etc.). Elsewhere, such note-perfect performances of "Caught in the Balance" and "Better World" sound like, well, studio renditions; while the aforementioned missing hits could have easily replaced three indulgent extended solos by various bandmembers. As a result, Livefields will only appeal to the most die-hard Toto fanatics.