Toto - Rosanna (Live At Montreux 1991)
The band Toto is more than just Africa Watch them absolutely slay Rosanna live in Switzerland 1080p video from 1991

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Music video by Toto performing Rosanna. iTunes Video http://smarturl.it/TOTOMONTREUX91DIGVID iTunes Audio http://smarturl.it/TOTOMONTREUX91DIGAUD DVD http://smarturl.it/TOTOMONTREUX91DVD BLURAY http://smarturl.it/TOTOMONTREUX91BR CD http://smarturl.it/TOTOMONTREUX91CD (C) 1991 Fondation du Festival de Jazz de Montreux, exclusively licensed to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd. http://vevo.ly/2RUAtW

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Poyax : What? 1991? Wow, the resolution is so high it feels so recent.

ksound65 : the backup singer does a great job with the Kimball parts!!!

Jordi Ruiz : Jeff Porcaro is the reason I'm a drummer.

Daniel Phillips : Steve Lukather is an absolute machine! Thumbs up if you agree

Arvindh Mani : Jeff Porcaro, King of Groove

Kiddowesth : This video needs more Jeff. Why isn't the camera on him at all times? Dear lord!

nicolhaidi : This is so HD it doesn't even feel like 1991

howard ruiz : Jeff we miss you .

Guitarist6494 : Lukather is a boss

GaryandMarcie Perkins : Not a single smartphone in sight. Ahhhh the 90s!

80eren : Jeff in HD. Wonderful!

Larry Marseglia : Lukather is in a league that few can enter...

I_Like_It_Here : Bass and drums are RIGHT in the pocket

Lewis Phillips : Never knew that Lando Calrissian could sing...

Multi Camzilla : Posting this again because it's quite a fascinating look at old cutting-edge tech. ""The entire Jazz Festival was recorded using the Sony HDVS system, 1125 lines interlaced analog component video signal. with 16x9 aspect ratio. So it is basically 1080i when converted to digital. The audio was recorded with 2 Sony 48 track DASH digital recorders at 16 bit resolution 48 KHz sample rate. The VTR's used to record the concert recorded the analog component HD video digitally along with separate 8 channel 16 bit 48 Khz audio, so a 8 channel audio sub mix was fed to the truck to be recorded to the tape with the video. The production used 5 cameras 4 Sony HDC-300 3 tube HDVS cameras and one Sony HDC-500 3 CCD HDVS camera (a prototype). The 5 cameras where fed into an 8 input HDS-1000T switcher a ,live mix was recorded to an HDD-1000 Digital 1" VTR. Three of the cameras where also directly run to their own HDD-1000 VTR(ISO CAMS) so that more shots could be added or changed in post production. The entire system of 4 VTR's and 2 DASH audio recorders was synced through the use of SMPTE time code. The output of the switcher was also fed through a Sony HDN-22000 NTSC/PAL down-converter, the output of which was recorded on Betacam SP and D2 to allow local broadcast outlets have copies of the jazz festival for use in their broadcasts.""

David McCain : That cheek kiss on Mike at 4:43 means so much to us Toto fans. We all miss you Mike and Jeff. RIP.

Andy McCoy : I just love the way Jeff Porcaro plays.

cottagechskitty : This is one fantastic performance. And there is Mr. Metronome not missing a beat...

jay kronos : BEST VERSION OF ROSANNA LIVE, period!!!!!!!

cafecreole2003 : That backup singer should have been front and center!

A. BIlly : i love that bass played styles of mike porcarro. #RipMike

M_Dutch97 : 0:14 Such a baddass!

Neil Toombes : I don't care who you are or what you do but every single person on this planet needs to watch this as this is how it's done.

Steven Kray : The mix on this is freakin' delicious.

cmonsterz : Man...Steve is a terrifyingly incredible player!

Latoya Knight : Absolutely loved it!! Mike and Jeff are amazing as I know they still are in heaven. R.I.P. (Rock In Peace)

Tubular : Fantastic performance, miss Jeff and Mike so much.

Glen Rivara : How can anyone not love this?  There is so much life in it.  Pure JOY!

Lord chris : that legendary rossana shuffle ✌✌✌✌✌✌

Nytron : No smartphones, people rocking fanny packs. Ahh, the 90s...

FLAME-XIII : i adore this band so much!

Martin Senna : Puta. Que. Pariu. Que banda! <3

corey fisher : My man hits those high notes perfectly.

Charles Franklin : Jeff Pocaro was a Beast on the Drums. He was a Walking Metronome. Perfect Time Keeper. One of My Heroes on Our Instrument The Drums. R. I. P Jeff Pocaro.

Thierry O'limac : YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS you made an old dream come true 25 years of waiting this official dvd !!!!

funklover24 : When Jeff plays, I always have the feeling, everything comes out in the right way. :) Miss you, Jeff, rest in peace.

Vincent Karaboulad : What a freaking party, this is moving.

satiric_rug : Pity you can't hear the lowest part so well on the "how quiet it is" part (David Paich's, I believe)... still, very cool! Great to see Jeff and Mike up there - rest in peace.

David Nissim : Jeff Porcaro died only a year after this was filmed. Only the good die young. (also, how was he able to play drums and smoke at the same time?)

Kimmie : The cool man himself. 0:14 RIP

Tom Parks : The last 3 minutes of this video is some serious All-Out, Throw-Down, Heart-Pounding Jamz. But never for a second, out of control. Steve Lukather was never given his proper due as a studio/performing artist.

Martino Argieee Bargieee Schneider : That's what i call a party

1stSaintsFan : The complete DVD of this concert went on sale today. Reply This TOTO should be in the Legendary Status for all of the great musicians who could play a variety of styles, but when they all came together they make unmistakable "TOTO" music.

sfgmanCA : all i hear is good music. All i see is an amazing show.

nazima m : I would have preferred to see more of Jeff Porcaro, and less of that girl wearing half a blouse doing Lord knows what b/w Mike's legs.

Don Gragas : Probably this was the last concert with Jeff and Mike together :'( RIP Porcaro Brothers

Douglas Brito : uwwowwwuuuuu!!! this video has such an incredible HQ resolution!! Thank you guys for this! Love You all!!

Martin Djababoe : OMG! Jeff Porcaro is the best!!

Nomad Music BK : Mike: whooo, this tune is soooo hot! RIP Jeff and Mike. What a band!!!!