We’re Not In Kansas Anymore

Bobby Kimball


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Bobby Kimball is an iconic pop/rock vocalist best known as the original lead singer of the band Toto. It was Kimball’s soaring tenor lead vocals on those legendary hits including Rosanna, Hold the line, Africa, and I’ll Supply the Love that made him so recognizable. He won six Grammy awards from the album Toto IV. His tenure with the band spanned from 1977-1984, and he rejoined the band 1998-2008.
In 1996 Bobby Kimball and John Zaika teamed up to record the album All I Ever Needed. Zaika had been working as a 2nd engineer with producer Jeff Lorber, and during his off time he wrote a constant flow of pop tunes. The songs were the perfect blend of great melodies, outstanding musicians, with exceptional vocal performances by Kimball, Mickey Thomas (lead singer/Jefferson Starship), Larry Batiste (Mariah Carey/Whitney Houston), Tony Lindsay (lead singer/Santana), and Jeannie Tracy (Aretha Franklin).
In 2016, for We’re Not in Kansas Anymore Kimball and Zaika team up again, this time with some of the players from All I Ever Needed, plus a new breed of multi-talented musicians and vocalists, including David Barnett who co-wrote all the songs, and co-produced on the project. The album also features drummer Joel Taylor, keyboardist Mitchel Forman, bassist Brian Bromberg (who shares co-production credit), keyboardist Derek Sherinian, vocalist Tony Wilcox, guitarist Adam Schwem, guitarist & vocalist Arnie Vilches, vocalist Jonny Zywiciel, bassists Dwayne Heggar, David Deshazo, Nate Robinson, background vocalists Claire Wilcox, Dexter Espinoza, Addison Kelly, Micah Blalock, pianist Steve Fawcett, horn section, Jim Foster, David Butler, Willie Roy, Thomas Ebby, Carl Lundgren, cellist Sarah O’Brien, and acoustic guitarist Tom McCauley (who mixed the record).

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Track Listings

Too Far Behind
On My Feet
Hey It's Me
One Day
Met Her For
Hold On
You'll Be With Me
Some They Do
You're Not Alone

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