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Los Lobotomys - Candyman album mp3
  • Performer:
    Los Lobotomys
  • Title:
    Candyman
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  • Date of release:
    1994
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    1824 megabytes
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    1691 megabytes
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    1106 megabytes
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Candyman is the second solo album from Steve Lukather. It was a collaboration of musicians who were for the most part also in Lukather's band Los Lobotomys. Toto familiars Simon Phillips and David Paich participated as well as David Garfield, John Pêna, Chris Trujillo, Lenny Castro, Larry Klimas, Fee Waybill, Richard Page and Paul Rodgers. Lukather recorded the album in mostly live takes with little overdubbing.

Candyman Album Cover Art. Los Lobotomys.

There was some confusion about whether Candyman was a Steve Lukather album or a Los Lobotomys album. The Japanese and US releases of Candyman were under the Los Lobotomys name rather than Lukather's; the Japanese release also featured a version of the Hendrix song "Red House. Additionally, the touring band for the album was sometimes introduced as "Steve Lukather and Los Lobotomys" and sometimes as just "Los Lobotomys.

Though Los Lobotomys was a fairly large group in the beginning - the first album featured nine musicians - the band was cut down to a four-piece (Steve Lukather, David Garfield, Simon Phillips and John Peña) prior to the recording of the Candyman album and the subsequent world tour in 1994. This was the V2 version of the band. The band would remain a four-piece for the next ten years, although being dormant for most of this period. Los Lobotomys was split in half in 2004 when Steve Lukather and Simon Phillips decided to leave the band

Guitar Hero Steve Lukather. Band Name Steve Lukather. Album Name Los Lobotomys.

Los Lobotomys is an occasional band by a bunch of musical friends in California, with Steve Lukather and David Garfield as core members. Their eponymous record is recorded live on april 29th 1989 at the Complex, West Los Angeles, USA, and produced by David Garfield and Alan Hirshberg for Creatchy Productions. This "what's in a name' matter occured frankly after the release of Candyman in 1994. In Europe Candyman was released as the second solo album of Steve.

Credits

Arnie Acosta - Mastering
Jack Andersen - Photography
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Peter Doell - Assistant Engineer
Tom Fletcher - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Armando Gallo - Photography
David Garfield - Keyboards
Erich Gobel - Engineer
Richie Havens - Composer
Jimi Hendrix - Composer
Imagination - Package Design
Larry Kumas - Saxophone
Los Lobotomys - Primary Artist
Steve Lukather - Guitar, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Charles Mingus - Composer
Sean O'Dwyer - Assistant Engineer
Charles Paakkari - Assistant Engineer
Richard Page - Vocals (Background)
David Paich - Organ
John Pena - Guitar (Bass)
Simon Phillips - Drums
Paul Rodgers - Vocals (Background)
Bill Smith - Assistant Engineer
Chris Trujillo - Percussion
Lee Watters - Engineer
Fee Waybill - Vocals (Background)
Ralph Weber - Photography

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hero With 1,000 Eyes Los Lobotomys
2 Freedom Richie Havens / Jimi Hendrix / Charles Mingus Los Lobotomys
3 Extinction Blues Los Lobotomys
4 Born Yesterday Los Lobotomys
5 Never Walk Alone Los Lobotomys
6 Party in Simon's Pants Los Lobotomys
7 Borrowed Time Los Lobotomys
8 Never Let Them See You Cry Los Lobotomys
9 Froth Los Lobotomys
10 Bomber Los Lobotomys
11 Song for Jeff Los Lobotomys
12 Red House Jimi Hendrix Los Lobotomys