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Toto IV
Toto IV
is the fourth studio album by American rock band Toto released in the spring of 1982 by Columbia Records. The album marked the band's career zenith. The lead single, "Rosanna", peaked at number 2 for five weeks on the Billboard Hot 100
Billboard Hot 100
charts, while the album's third single, "Africa", topping the Hot 100 chart, became the group's first and only number 1 hit.[4] Both songs were hits in the UK as well, reaching number 12 and 3 respectively.[5] The fourth single, "I Won't Hold You Back", also peaked within the top ten on the Hot 100, at number 10, but atop the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts for three weeks.[4] It also went into the top 40 in the UK.[5] With the success of "Africa", the album climbed back into the top 10 in early 1983 on both sides of the Atlantic. Toto IV
Toto IV
received six Grammy Awards
Grammy Awards
in 1983 including Album
Album
of the Year, Producer of the Year for the band, and Record of the Year for "Rosanna". It reached number four on the Billboard 200
Billboard 200
album charts in the United States, shortly after its release. It also reached the top ten in other countries, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, and Japan.

Contents

1 Background 2 Album's updated emblem 3 Track listing 4 Personnel 5 Production 6 Charts

6.1 Weekly charts 6.2 Year-end charts

7 Certifications 8 References

Background[edit] After the success of their self-titled debut, Toto struggled to sustain success on their next two albums, Hydra and Turn Back. The band was under heavy pressure from Columbia Records
Columbia Records
to deliver a hit album with their next release or be at risk of being dropped from the label. The band went back to the formula that helped them succeed on their first album, having an album that touched on many different genres of music. They also utilized many outside musicians to help give the sound a more polished, fuller feel than they had on past albums. The recording took many months during 1981 and 1982 and the band was allowed a much larger than average recording budget. At a time when most bands were using a single 24-track recorder Toto used as many as 3 separate 24-track recorders at the same time.[6] The 24-track recorders were linked with a computerized SMPTE timecode
SMPTE timecode
system that allowed for up to 69 individual tracks of sound simultaneously. This was the final album with the original Toto lineup. David Hungate, who moved to Nashville
Nashville
during the recording of the album, left the band to spend more time with his family. Two years later, prior to beginning recording of their follow-up album, Bobby Kimball
Bobby Kimball
was fired by the band due to drug issues that were damaging his voice. The band delayed touring after the release of the album to instead help in the production of Michael Jackson's Thriller album, as well as collaborating on Chicago's comeback album Chicago 16
Chicago 16
that same year. Album's updated emblem[edit] Philip Garris' original emblem from the Toto album was updated to show four rings since this was their fourth album. The newer looking, well-polished ring around the hilt of the sword represented their latest work. Each successive ring showed a little more wear and a few more chips which represented the band's previous records.[7] Track listing[edit]

Side one

No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length

1. "Rosanna" David Paich Steve Lukather
Steve Lukather
(verse) and Bobby Kimball
Bobby Kimball
(pre-chorus) 5:31

2. "Make Believe" Paich Kimball 3:43

3. "I Won't Hold You Back" Lukather Lukather 4:53

4. "Good for You"

Kimball Lukather

Kimball 3:17

5. "It's a Feeling" Steve Porcaro S. Porcaro 3:05

Side two

No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length

6. "Afraid of Love"

Lukather Paich Jeff Porcaro

Lukather 3:52

7. "Lovers in the Night" Paich Paich 4:25

8. "We Made It"

Paich J. Porcaro

Kimball 3:56

9. "Waiting for Your Love"

Kimball Paich

Kimball 4:12

10. "Africa"

Paich J. Porcaro

Paich (verse) and Kimball (chorus) 4:55

Personnel[edit] Toto

David Paich
David Paich
– keyboards, lead and backing vocals, orchestral arrangements on "I Won't Hold You Back" and "It's a Feeling", horn arrangements on "Rosanna" Steve Lukather
Steve Lukather
– guitar, lead and backing vocals, piano on "Good For You" Bobby Kimball
Bobby Kimball
– lead and backing vocals Jeff Porcaro
Jeff Porcaro
– drums, percussion Steve Porcaro
Steve Porcaro
– keyboards, lead vocals on "It's a Feeling" David Hungate
David Hungate
– bass guitar

Additional personnel

James Newton Howard
James Newton Howard
– orchestral arrangements and conductor on "I Won't Hold You Back", "It's a Feeling", "Afraid of Love" and "Lovers in the Night". Tom Scott – saxophone on "Rosanna" and "Lovers in the Night" Lenny Castro
Lenny Castro
– percussion and congas on "Rosanna", "Good For You", "It's a Feeling", "Lovers in the Night" and "Africa". Joe Porcaro – percussion on "It's a Feeling" and "Africa", xylophone on "Afraid of Love", tympani on "Lovers in the Night", marimba on "Africa". Ralph Dyck – synthesizer on "Lovers in the Night" The Martyn Ford Orchestra – strings on "I Won't Hold You Back", "It's a Feeling", "Afraid of Love" and "Lovers in the Night". Gary Grant – trumpet on "Rosanna" Jerry Hey – trumpet and horn arrangements on "Rosanna" James Pankow
James Pankow
– trombone on "Rosanna"[8] Jim Horn – saxophone on "Rosanna" and "Lovers in the Night", recorders on "Africa". Tom Kelly – backing vocals on "Rosanna" and "Make Believe" Marty Paich – orchestral arrangements on "I Won't Hold You Back" Roger Linn
Roger Linn
– synthesizer programming on "Good For You" Mike Porcaro
Mike Porcaro
– cello on "Good For You" Timothy B. Schmit
Timothy B. Schmit
– backing vocals on "I Won't Hold You Back", "Good For You", and "Africa" (where he also plays rhythm guitar) Jon Smith – saxophone on "Make Believe"

Production[edit]

Produced by Toto Engineers – Dick Gall, Bruce Heigh, Tom Knox, Greg Ladanyi, David Paich, Steve Porcaro
Steve Porcaro
and Al Schmitt. Tracks recorded by Al Schmitt (1, 3, 4, 5, 7 & 10), Tom Knox (2 & 9) and Greg Ladanyi (6 & 8). Strings on tracks # 3, 5, 6 & 7 recorded by John Kurlander. Additional recording by Niko Bolas, Terry Christian, Jamie Ledner, Lon LeMaster, David Leonard and Peggy McCreary. Mixed by Greg Ladanyi Mastered by George Marino
George Marino
at Sterling Sound (New York City). Photography – Glen Christiensen, Sam Emerson and Jim Hagopian. Illustration – Joe Spencer Album
Album
Package Concept – Steve Porcaro

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1982–1983) Peak position

Australian Kent Music Report
Kent Music Report
Albums Chart[9] 1

Canadian Albums Chart[10] 1

Dutch Mega Albums Chart[11] 1

French SNEP Albums Chart [12] 16

Italian Albums Chart[13] 2

Japanese Oricon
Oricon
LP Chart[14] 3

New Zealand Albums Chart[15] 9

Norwegian VG-lista Albums Chart[16] 2

Swedish Albums Chart[17] 17

UK Albums Chart[18] 4

U.S. Billboard 200[19] 4

West German Media Control Albums Chart[20] 12

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1982) Position

Canadian Albums Chart[21] 60

Dutch Albums Chart[22] 10

Italian Albums Chart[13] 15

French Albums Chart[23] 21

Japanese Albums Chart[24] 32

U.S. Billboard 200[25] 41

Chart (1983) Position

Australian Albums Chart[9] 21

Canadian Albums Chart[26] 16

UK Albums Chart[27] 39

U.S. Billboard 200[28] 11

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales

Australia (ARIA)[29] Platinum 70,000^

Canada (Music Canada)[30] 3× Platinum 300,000^

Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[31] Gold 34,179[31]

France (SNEP)[32] Platinum 370,600[33]

Germany (BVMI)[34] Platinum 500,000^

Japan (RIAJ)[35] Platinum 346,520^

Hong Kong (IFPI Hong Kong)[36] Gold 7,500*

Netherlands (NVPI)[37] Platinum 100,000^

United Kingdom (BPI)[38] Gold 100,000^

United States (RIAA)[39] 10× Platinum 10,000,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone ^shipments figures based on certification alone

[14] References[edit]

^ William Ruhlmann. " Toto IV
Toto IV
- Toto - Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards - AllMusic". AllMusic.  ^ "Robert Christgau: CG: Toto". robertchristgau.com.  ^ " Rolling Stone
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review". Archived from the original on 2007-11-18. Retrieved 2007-11-18. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) ^ a b Toto USA chart history, Billboard.com. Retrieved September 10, 2011. ^ a b Toto UK chart history Archived 2013-06-16 at WebCite, The Official Charts. Retrieved September 10, 2011. ^ Classic Tracks: Toto's "Africa", Mix Online. Retrieved June 30, 2015. ^ " Jeff Porcaro
Jeff Porcaro
Interview about Toto's Sword".  ^ "Darrin Matteson – In terms of two, The amazing similarities between Chicago and Toto". Retrieved 2011-12-01.  ^ a b Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book
Book
1970–1992. St Ives, NSW: Australian Chart Book. ISBN 0-646-11917-6.  ^ Nielsen Business Media, Inc (1982-03-26). Billboard.com - Hits of the World. Retrieved 2012-01-29.  ^ Hung Medien. "dutchcharts.nl Toto – IV". dutchcharts.nl (in Dutch). MegaCharts. Archived from the original (ASP) on 2012-10-19. Retrieved 2012-03-03.  ^ "InfoDisc : Tous les Albums classés par Artiste > Choisir Un Artiste Dans la Liste" (in French). infodisc.fr. Archived from the original (PHP) on 2012-06-16. Retrieved 2012-03-03.  ^ a b "Hit Parade Italia - Gli album più venduti del 1982" (in Italian). hitparadeitalia.it. Retrieved 2012-03-03.  ^ a b Oricon
Oricon
Album
Album
Chart Book: Complete Edition 1970-2005. Roppongi, Tokyo: Oricon
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> Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums )))". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03.  ^ " Album
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Preceded by The Concert in Central Park by Simon & Garfunkel Dutch Mega Chart number-one album September 11, 1982 Succeeded by The Concert in Central Park by Simon & Garfunkel

Preceded by Built for Speed by Stray Cats Top Canadian Chart number-one album March 12 – April 9, 1983 Succeeded by Thriller by Michael Jackson

Preceded by 25 Years of Gold
25 Years of Gold
by Cliff Richard Australian Kent Music Report
Kent Music Report
number-one album April 4–10, 1983 Succeeded by Go for It by Various artists

v t e

Toto

Steve Lukather David Paich Steve Porcaro Joseph Williams

David Hungate Bobby Kimball Jeff Porcaro Mike Porcaro Fergie Frederiksen Jean-Michel Byron Simon Phillips Greg Phillinganes Keith Carlock

Studio albums

Toto Hydra Turn Back Toto IV Isolation Fahrenheit The Seventh One Kingdom of Desire Tambu Toto XX Mindfields Through the Looking Glass Falling in Between Toto XIV

Live albums

Greatest Hits Live...and More Absolutely Live Livefields Live in Amsterdam Falling in Between
Falling in Between
Live

Compilation albums

Past to Present 1977–1990 Best Ballads The Essential Toto 40 Trips Around the Sun

Soundtracks

Dune

Notable songs

"Hold the Line" "I'll Supply the Love" "Georgy Porgy" "99" "Rosanna" "Make Believe" "Africa" "I Won't Hold You Back" "Stranger in Town" "I'll Be Over You" "Stop Loving You" "Pamela" "2 Hearts" "I Will Remember" "Bottom of Your Soul"

Related people

Lenny Castro Nathan East Boz Scaggs Tony Spinner Leland Sklar Shannon Forrest

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