STEPHEN CRANE – Kicks [AOR Heaven Digitally Remastered reissue] (2021) *EXCLUSIVE*

AOR Heaven Records just put out a remastered reissue of STEPHEN CRANE‘s 1984 album “Kicks“, a pretty unknown recording for AOR / Melodic Rock fans of the genre, but one that will delight your ears with that Eighties unique sound & style.
Crane was member / songwriter for a band called Baby at the end of the Seventies, and his opportunity as solo artist arrived in 1984 by the hand of major label MCA. “Kicks” was co-produced by Jai Winding (Le Roux) who also played keys, and no-other than the great Steve Lukather. In fact, all TOTO guys were involved in the recording including groove master Jeff Porcaro on drums.
We also find Richard Page (Mr. Mister, Pages) and AOR master Tom Kelly (I-Ten, Van Stephenson, Survivor) doing backing vocals, together with brilliant session guitar players such as Duane Sciacqua, Joey Brasler and Ray Pannell…
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RINGO STARR All Starr Band – Zoom In (2021)

Former Beatles drummer RINGO STARR recorded “Zoom In“, his quarantine album of new songs co-penned with LA songwriter Diane Warren featuring, among others, Steve Lukather, Nathan East, Sheryl Crow, Lenny Kravitz, Joe Walsh, Dave Grohl and Sir Paul McCartney.
Very few people can generate the goodwill and love that Ringo Starr does globally. Sure, when you’ve been a member of the biggest band ever, you’re bound to have some support, but he just keeps putting out strong material during the five decades since the Fab Four went their separate ways.
He’s always been an icon but his primary focus has always been the music and that…

STEVE LUKATHER – I Found The Sun Again (2021)

Over the course of five decades STEVE LUKATHER has placed an indelible stamp on rock&pop culture. Alongside his tenure as the only member of Toto to never take a hiatus from the band, he has performed on thousands of albums as a session musician. He continues to be Toto’s band leader, a member of Ringo’s All-Starr Band, and a solo artist performing with multiple ensembles.
His 2021 album ‘I Found the Sun Again‘ features five new original compositions and three covers; Traffic’s ‘Low Spark of High Heeled Boys’, Joe Walsh’s ‘Welcome to the Club’, and Robin Trower’s ‘Bridge of Sighs’, all with a new, fresh and the unmistakable ‘Lukather sound’. Starr and Joseph Williams guests on the original ‘Run To Me’.

STEVE LUKATHER – Session Works [Japan only release Blu-spec CD2] (2016) *EXCLUSIVE*

The one and only Mr. STEVE LUKATHER will present next Friday his new solo album, and it’s a nice opportunity to feature here this Japan-only release ”Session Works”, pressed on high quality Blu-spec CD2 format.
It’s really cool to have such wide array of diverse artists / styles onto one disc not only to contrast Lukather’s talent, but also to discover some songs never heard by many and where the eminent guitarist showcase his impressive abilities.
We find recordings for Kenny Loggins, Boz Scaggs or Dwayne Ford, but also not familiar names for AOR aficionados like Sarah Dash, Dane Donohue or Valerie Carter. Also included is the excellent I-Ten’s ‘Alone’ (later made famous by Heart), and 2 tracks from Steve Lukather solo.
Japan only release out of print now, being sold at eBay for over $200.
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STEVE LUKATHER – Session Works II [Japan only release Blu-spec CD2] (2017) *EXCLUSIVE*

The one and only Mr. STEVE LUKATHER will present next Friday his new solo album, and it’s a nice opportunity to feature here this Japan-only release ”Session Works II”, pressed on high quality Blu-spec CD2 format.
It’s really cool to have such wide array of diverse artists / styles onto one disc not only to contrast Lukather’s talent, but also to discover some songs never heard by many and where the eminent guitarist showcase his impressive abilities.
Ranging from sessions for Michael Bolton or Boz Scaggs to Earth, Wind & Fire and The Tubes, here’s some pearls to discover for sure. As example, Luke’s work on Jon Anderson’s solo song ‘Top Of The World’ (this is the LP version, with extended guitar solo) is superb.
Japan only release
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STEVE LUKATHER – Candyman [Music On CD reissue 2020] *EXCLUSIVE*

Long time out of print, ”Candyman” is STEVE LUKATHER‘s second solo album from 1994, now reissued by Music On CD with a fantastic sound quality. The recording is a collaboration of musicians who were mostly also in Lukather’s bands Los Lobotomys and TOTO, including drummer Simon Phillips and keyboardist David Paich.
Most of the album was co-written between Lukather and THE TUBES’ unique Fee Waybill and / or keyboard player David Garfield. One song is a Jimi Hendrix cover called ‘Freedom’ and is sung with FREE and BAD COMPANY front-man Paul Rodgers.
“Candyman” was out of print for many years – although a limited 5.1 version appeared some time ago – so this is a really welcome Music On CD Records reissue. The sound quality is crystal clear, much more vibrant than the original press.
Awesome stuff.
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TAVARES – Supercharged (Digitally Remastered reissue)

TAVARES bros. broke charts during the Seventies with their blend of soul, R&B and later some disco music. But at the end of the decade a new sound was reaching the FM radio: smooth West Coast, and the combo together with their label decided to update things.
The title of this album says all; “Supercharged“, enlisting super-producers David Foster, Bobby Colomby (Pages) and Benjamin Wright (Michael Jackson), plus first class songwriters Gerard McMahon, Bill Champlin and David Foster itself, and the likes of Toto’s Steve Lukather, David Hungate Greg Phillinganes, Jay Graydon, Ed Greene (Jeff Beck), Paul Jackson Jr, etc to play on it.

FEE WAYBILL – Read My Lips [BGO Records Digitally Remastered]

As requested, here’s the only remastered version done by BGO Records of FEE WAYBILL‘s solo debut album “Read My Lips“. It was 1984, and the radio friendly, lite AOR music was the order of the day.
And to launch The Tubes frontman solo career Capitol Records put everithing at his service: the best songwriters you can get, namely Steve Lukather, David Foster, Michael Landau, Humberto Gatica just name a few, the cream of LA Session musicians – the aforementioned plus Jeff Porcaro, JR Robinson, Tom Keane, Richard Marx, Bobby Kimball & more, and a big production from the era, also handled by Foster / Lukather.
Many called this “Read My Lips” as a ‘missing Toto album’, as the overall sound & style here are in the vein of ‘Isolation’ or ‘Fahrenheit’.

FEE WAYBILL – Don’t Be Scared By These Hands (out of print)

Don’t Be Scared By These Hands” is the out of print and rare 2nd solo album from the legendary The Tubes front man FEE WAYBILL, produced by Richard Marx, and partially recorded in Sweden by Tommy Denander. Among the players we find Steve Lukather (not only on guitar but also keyboards), Bruce Gaitsch (King Of Hearts, Richard Marx), Tommy Denander, Randy Jackson and Johnathan Moffett, among others.
The album only was released in Scandinavia, and while there was a USA print the year after it was in limited quantities…

STEVE LUKATHER – Lukather [Music On CD ‎reissue] (2019) *EXCLUSIVE*

Bringing to life ‘Classic Albums Available Again on CD’ as read on the sticker, specialized Dutch label Music On CD has been doing a great job reissuing long out of print CD’s. Such is the case with Toto’s guitarist STEVE LUKATHER and his debut solo record “Lukather“.
“Lukather” came about after Toto had been recording and playing for eleven years and the band consensus was to take a break. Since the guitarist had a number of songs written that did not appear on Toto albums, he decided to pursue a solo album.
His intention was to present a dimension of his musical work that fans would not be familiar with, and he collaborated with many notable musicians.
Among the people involved in “Lukather” were Eddie Van Halen, Steve Stevens, Richard Marx…

RINGO STARR’s ALL STARR BAND – What’s My Name (2019)

RINGO STARR‘s guest-laden 20th solo album “What’s My Name” will include a collaboration with Paul McCartney on a song written by their former bandmate John Lennon is due on Oct. 25.
Recorded in his home studio, the album also includes songs with longtime collaborators Joe Walsh (ex Eagles), Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), Steve Lukather (Toto), Richard Page (Mr Mister), Colin Hay (Men At Work), Edgar Winter and more.
The song with Lukather alone worth the CD.

TOTO – 40 Tours Around The Sun [Japan Edition 2-CD] (2019)

To be released tomorrow world-wide but already available in Japan, “40 Tours Around The Sun” is the new TOTO live package, available on DVD/2CD, Blu-ray/2CD, 3LP, and this 2CD version.The performance was captured in front of 18,000 Toto fans at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome in March 2018 as the band toured in celebration of their 40th anniversary. TOTO performed a wide...

TOTO – ALL IN Box Set [13-CD remastered + previously unreleased music] (2018) *Sold Out*

Now this is a 0dayrox gift for all of you, fellow supporters and followers; the complete TOTO – ALL IN Box Set, recently released and already out of print, in exclusive at 0dayrox. Few ensembles in the history of recorded music have individually or collectively had a larger imprint on pop culture than the members of TOTO. As individuals, the band...

TOTO & Friends – The Jeff Porcaro Tribute Concert (2017)

TOTO & Friends : The Jeff Porcaro Tribute Concert, has been reissued last year in a quality never heard before. This was recorded back in 1992 at Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California, just some months after the loss of one of the greatest drummers in the world / all categories: Mr. Jeffrey Porcaro. Alongside the Toto crew, there’s some impressive...

RICHARD MARX – Rush Street [Japan promo CD for radio stations]

We have featured here the best sounding CD press of RICHARD MARX first two albums, and one of you asked for his third, “Rush Street”. This record never has been remastered, and doesn’t need to. This Japanese pressed disc was distributed for promotional use only. It has the same packaging (even the OBI), but the sonic output is different than...