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Steve Porcaro - Metro album flac

Performer: Steve Porcaro
Title: Metro
Released: 1997
Style: Soundtrack, Musical, Score, Theme
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 645

Steve Porcaro ‎– Metro. Label: Disney Enterprises, Inc. ‎– none. Music Composed And Produced By Steve Porcaro Themes By James Newton Howard "Main Title" Recorded and Mixed By Bill Schnee Score Recorded by Shawn Murphy and James T. Hill (additional recording) Performed By The Hollywood Studio Symphony. Promotional and intended release of score 1997 film starring Eddie Murphy and Directed by Thomas Carter.

Steven Maxwell "Steve" Porcaro is an American keyboardist and composer, who is an original member of the band Toto. Hi there! A little clip (fan video) from our sold out concert yesterday in Copenhagen! Human Nature Steve Porcaro/John Bettis Love, Steve P. 972. 132. See all. Posts. 2 January at 03:44 ·.

Steven Maxwell "Steve" Porcaro (born 2 September 1957, Hartford, Connecticut) is a keyboardist and composer who was an original member of the rock, pop band, Toto. Porcaro wrote the song "Takin' It Back" for Toto's first album, and the song was released as a single together with the hit, "Hold The Line". He also wrote "It's A Feeling" for Toto IV and "Lea" for Fahrenheit.

Jeffrey Thomas Porcaro (/pɔːrˈkɑːroʊ/; April 1, 1954 – August 5, 1992) was an American drummer, songwriter, and record producer. In a career that spanned more than 20 years, Porcaro was best known for his work with the rock band Toto. Porcaro is one of the most recorded session musicians in history, working on hundreds of albums and thousands of sessions.

Steve Porcaro’s touring career began at the age of 17 with Gary Wright, in support of Wright’s hit album, The Dream Weaver and then with Boz Scaggs along with the other original members of Toto, prior to that band’s 1977 inception. Steve’s older brothers, Mike Porcaro (bassist) and Jeff Porcaro (drummer), also members of Toto were highly respected session musicians and their father Joe Porcaro is regarded was one of the world’s most influential session percussionists and educators

Steve Porcaro was born into a musical family, so it’s no surprise that he started piano lessons at the age of four. Throughout his school years he played in various bands with his brothers, Jeff and Mike. At age 17 Steve joined Gary Wright’s Dreamweaver tour and went on to tour with Boz Scaggs in support of Scaggs’ Silk Degrees album. The core of that band became the genesis of Toto, of which Steve was a founding member and contributing songwriter. Steve also composed the underscore to Paramount’s series The Sentinel and scored Caravan’s feature film Metro, directed by Thomas Carter. Steve’s other scoring work includes TNT’s original feature film Hope, directed by Goldie Hawn, and Phoenician Film’s feature film The Murder of Crows starring Cuba Gooding J. Tom Berringer & Eric Stoltz, and directed by Rowdy Harrington.

With his brothers, drummer Jeff Porcaro and bassist Mike Porcaro, Steve began playing in various bands. The Porcaro brothers met David Paich when their fathers, Joe Porcaro and Marty Paich, worked together on Glen Campbell's TV variety show. The keyboardist later toured with Gary Wright ("Dreamweaver") and Boz Scaggs around the time of his Silk Degrees album. Members of that touring band would later form Toto. Their million-selling LP Toto IV had a Grammys sweep, winning Album of the Year, Record of the Year ("Rosanna" ), and Producer of the Year. After seven albums, Toto disbanded in 1988. Porcaro launched a film scoring career having contributed to such movies as Metro starring Eddie Murphy and Hope with Christine Lahti. He also scored the UPN-TV series The Sentinel and Gideon's Crossing which premiered on ABC in fall 2000.

5455918603192?fref ts. Steve Porcaro - Routing, Composing and Organizing MIDIJimmy Keys. Steve Porcaro (keyboardist of TOTO) explains more about MIDI Routing, Composing with MIDI and Organizing MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). TOTO - Georgy Porgy live italy 2016 (steve porcaro dance)paolo eden. Taken from Steve Porcaro's album Somdeday/Somehow. No profit is being made in mind with this video, I am only sharing this for everyone else's enjoyment. Artists & ARTURIA Steve Porcaro meets AudioFuseArturia. We caught up with Steve Porcaro and TOTO bandmates Lenny Castro and Shannon Forrest at a recent show in France to chat about how they use the Arturia.


1 Main Title 1:40
2 Jewelry Store Exterior 1:45
3 First Chase 2:34
4 Cable Car Chase 6:17
5 Video Partner 1:43
6 Stalking Ronnie 3:13
7 Clarance Attacks 4:37
8 Pre-Love 1:47
9 Korda Escapes 1:48
10 Ronnie's Gone 3:10
11 Final Chase 3:08

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  • Copyright (c) – Touchstone Pictures Music & Songs, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Disney Enterprises, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Sony Scoring Stage
  • Recorded At – Todd-AO Scoring Stage


  • Bass – Michael Porcaro*
  • Co-producer – Michael Mason
  • Composed By, Producer – Steve Porcaro
  • Conductor – Artie Kane
  • Contractor – Sandy de Crescent
  • Coordinator – Chuck Choi
  • Engineer – David Marquette, Leslie Ann Jones, Sue McLean
  • Executive Producer – Roger Birnbaum
  • Guitar – Michael Landau
  • Mixed By – Robert Fernandez
  • Music Consultant – James Newton Howard
  • Music Librarian – Joann Kane Music Service
  • Orchestra – The Hollywood Studio Symphony
  • Orchestrated By – Brad Dechter, Frank Bennett, Jeff Atmajian
  • Percussion – Emil Richards
  • Recorded By – James T. Hill, Shawn Murphy
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Bill Schnee
  • Score Editor – Brent Brooks, Kenneth Karman


Music Composed And Produced By Steve Porcaro
Themes By James Newton Howard
"Main Title" Recorded and Mixed By Bill Schnee
Score Recorded by Shawn Murphy and James T. Hill (additional recording)
Performed By The Hollywood Studio Symphony

Promotional and intended release of score 1997 film starring Eddie Murphy and Directed by Thomas Carter. Originally intended to be scored by Academy Award nominee James Newton Howard, as part of a group of scoring assignments that he accepted the assignment to score during late 1996 which also included Liar Liar, Dante's Peak and The Rich Man's Wife, which only provided themes for and composed by other composers including John Debney and John Frizzell after he had overbooked himself. This promo features Porcaro's exciting 33 Minutes of hard hitting action music. The release only features a cover and a back insert with full credits and it is a pressed promotional disc for Mr. Porcaro's use throughout the industry to gain employment.

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