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STEVE LUKATHER - Transition Track-By-Track Video Posted

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Posted on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 13:21:20 EST

Mascot Label Group releases the seventh solo album, Transition, from guitarist STEVE LUKATHER (TOTO) today, Monday, January 21st. In the video below, Lukather explains his thoughts, the writing and recording of each track featured on Transition:

The album release will be followed by an extensive European tour that will include two UK concerts at London’s Islington O2 Academy (March 29th) and Bilston’s Robin 2 (March 30th).

One of the original founding members of the multi-million selling rock band Toto, Lukather will showcase his innate feel for rock and jazz guitar music, along with his impeccable song writing talents. Transition showcases extraordinary guitar playing performed across some of the most heartfelt songs of Steve’s career. The album will be released in three formats including limited deluxe edition CD, jewel case CD, and vinyl. Order Transition album and merchandise here.


'Judgement Day'
'Creep Motel'
'Once Again'
'Right The Wrong'
'Last Man Standing'
'Do I Stand Alone'
'Rest Of The World'

Over the previous decade a series of trials including divorce, the death of his mother and business hassles had dampened his joy in music making — a passion that drove Lukather to excel since seeing THE BEATLES on the Ed Sullivan as a seven-year-old growing up in San Fernando Valley.

“Transition is a turning point for the album and a turning point for me,” Lukather explains. “As we were writing the songs, I was thinking about everything I’ve seen — all the people I’ve lost in my life, the great and the difficult experiences I’ve had, and how ultimately it was time to get it together and embrace things for what they are. We’ve only got one life to live so we should make the most of it.”