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Examples of "david_paich"
The track features Pino Palladino on fretless bass, Toto members David Paich, who played piano and wrote the string arrangement, and Jeff Porcaro on drums. It also features Take 6 on background vocals. Musicians mentioned in the sleeve notes: Don Henley, Danny Kortschmar, Steve Madaio, David Paich, Pino Palladino, Jeff Porcaro, Take 6, Jai Winding.
"Lowdown" is a song originally recorded in 1976 by Boz Scaggs for his album, "Silk Degrees". The song was co-written by Scaggs and David Paich. Keyboardist David Paich, along with fellow "Lowdown" session musicians bassist David Hungate, and drummer Jeff Porcaro, would later help form the band Toto.
Members of the backup band on "Lido Shuffle" include David Paich, Jeff Porcaro and David Hungate who later went on to form Toto.
The music to the song was written collaboratively by nearly all the members of Toto, while the lyrics were written "solely" by David Paich.
The first album, "Andreas Varady", was produced by David Paich, Jay Oliver, and Quincy Jones and was released on 5 August 2014.
Their performance of "Africa" earned kudos from the song's co-writer, David Paich, and Toto invited them on stage during a 2011 concert held near Udine, Italy.
Many members of the band Toto participated in the recording of this song, including David Paich (piano), Jeff Porcaro (drums), Steve Lukather (guitars) and Steve Porcaro (synthesizers).
For the recording, David Shields played bass, David Paich played keyboards, James Gadson played drums, and Ray Parker, Jr. was the session guitarist.
In 2014, Garrett was invited by producer Gerry Gallagher to record with Latin rock legends El Chicano as well as Alphonse Mouzon, Brian Auger, Alex Ligertwood, Ray Parker Jr., Vikki Carr, David Paich, Spencer Davis, Lenny Castro, Jessy J, Marcos J. Reyes, Salvador Santana, Walfredo Reyes Jr., Pete Escovedo and Peter Michael Escovedo and she is featured on vocals with David Paich on Gallagher' arrangement and remake of the Toto song "Africa" on Gallagher's most recent studio album due out in 2017.
Contributors to the album include Randy Jackson, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Steve Lukather, David Paich and Steve Porcaro of Toto and Tommy Shaw of Styx. It was produced by Felder along with Robin DiMaggio.
Allmusic's retrospective review praised the performances of Jeff Porcaro, David Paich, and Steve Lukather in passing but dismissed "Isolation" as "a Journey clone album, minus the aching ballads that had made Journey such a success."
"Miss Sun" is a 1980 hit for Boz Scaggs first recorded in 1977 by David Paich - originally the sole credited writer - along with David Hungate, Steve Lukather and Jeff Porcaro.
Andreas Varady is the debut studio album by Slovakian guitarist Andreas Varady. It was released in on 5 August 2014 by Verve Records. The album was produced by Quincy Jones, David Paich, and Jay Oliver.
Paich died of colon cancer on August 12, 1995, aged 70, at his home on Baseline Road in Santa Ynez, California. He was survived by his brother Tom, second wife Linda and his children, Lorrie (Cohen) and David Paich.
"Lido Shuffle" is a song written by Boz Scaggs and David Paich and introduced on the 1976 Boz Scaggs album, "Silk Degrees". It was subsequently released as a single in 1977.
"Pamela" is a song written by David Paich and Joseph Williams and performed by Toto for the 1988 Toto album "The Seventh One". It was the first single from the album, and it peaked at #22 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 chart becoming their final US hit to date.
On February 26, 2010, the band reformed and reunited for a brief tour of Europe in the summer to benefit Mike Porcaro, who had been diagnosed with ALS. The lineup featured David Paich, Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro, Simon Phillips, Joseph Williams and special guest Nathan East.
Like earlier solo albums by Williams, it was produced with the help of several Toto members - Steve Lukather, David Paich, Steve Porcaro and Bobby Kimball - co-writing songs, playing and providing backing vocals. His brother Mark T. Williams was also involved in this project. His daughter Hannah Ruick is also featured on this album.
Deviating from Chicago's practice of having mostly band members playing on their albums, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" featured several session musicians. The song featured producer David Foster on the piano, as well as three members of the American rock band Toto: Steve Lukather on guitar, while David Paich and Steve Porcaro both contributed synthesizers. The song's vocals were performed by Peter Cetera.
"I'll Supply the Love" is a song written by David Paich and recorded by Toto, with a lead vocal by Bobby Kimball. It was issued on Toto's debut album, "Toto", and released as a single in February 1979. It peaked at number 45 on the "Billboard" Hot 100, where it spent nine weeks on the chart.