"It’s the greatest thing in the world to be able to have something to express yourself with besides your mouth... which usually gets you in trouble anyway. In the wise words of Frank Zappa: ‘Shut up n play yer guitar’."
Radio broadcast where they isolate all tracks from TOTO's Rosanna In musician circles, the song is known for its highly influential namesake half-time shuffle, as well as the ending guitar solo played by guitarist Steve Lukather. The drum pattern is known as a "half-time shuffle", and shows "definite jazz influence". Featuring ghost notes and derived from the combination of what Jeff Porcaro called the "Bernard Purdie half-time shuffle" (Purdie shuffle) as well as the variation thereof John Bonham played on "Fool in the Rain" with the well-known Bo Diddley beat.
Andreas Varady recording 'Human Nature' for his self-titled debut album 'Andreas Varady' feat. Steve Lukather, Greg Phillinganes, Harvey Mason, Brian Bromberg, Paulinho Da Costa, Steve Porcaro and David Paich.