Create account Log in



Download links and information about Tambu by Totò / Toto. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:10:09 minutes.

Artist: Totò / Toto
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:10:09
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on Amazon $9.99
Buy on Amazon $34.49


No. Title Length
1. Gift of Faith 7:23
2. I Will Remember 6:06
3. Slipped Away 5:16
4. If You Belong to Me 5:03
5. Baby He's Your Man 5:40
6. The Other End of Time 5:04
7. The Turning Point 5:25
8. Time Is the Enemy 5:40
9. Drag Him to the Roof 6:11
10. Just Can't Get to You 5:03
11. Dave's Gone Skiing 4:59
12. The Road Goes On 4:27
13. Blackeye 3:52



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. Some of the lyrics couched these internal struggles in romantic terms, but more often they seemed to refer to more general anguish. The group came up with a more focused, harder, bluesier musical style to carry the weight, and Steve Lukather sang expressively, making you wonder why they bothered so long with those cookie-cutter vocalists. 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. You couldn't call the result accomplished, but Tambu suggested that Toto was embarked on a new personal and musical journey that might lead in an interesting direction. (Released in Europe in the late fall of 1995, Tambu was released in the U.S. as Legacy 64957 on June 4, 1996.)