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Toto’s Isolated Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboard And Horn Track For “Rosanna”

“Rosanna” is a song written by David Paich and performed by the American rock band Toto, the opening track and the first single from their 1982 album Toto IV. This song won the Record of the Year Grammy Award in the 1983 presentations. Rosanna was also nominated for the Song of the Year award.

The song Rosanna peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks, behind two songs, “Don’t You Want Me” by The Human League and “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor.[2] It was also one of the band’s most successful singles in the UK, peaking at No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart and remaining on the chart for eight weeks.

The drum pattern is known as a “half-time shuffle”, and shows “definite jazz influence”.Featuring ghost notes and derived from the combination of the Purdie shuffle and the Bo Diddley beat. The Purdie shuffle can be prominently heard on Steely Dan’s track “Home At Last” from Aja, which Jeff Porcaro cited as an influence.

Here’s the song in full:

And here are the isolated tracks: