In December 2009, he was featured on Elvis Costello's Spectacle program on the Sundance Channel, singing "A Certain Girl". Toussaint appeared on Eric Clapton's. Toussaint was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2009, the Songwriter's Hall of Fame and the Blues Hall of Fame in 2011.
Toussaint (French for All Saints' Day, literally: "All Saints") may refer to: Toussaint (name) (list of people named Toussaint). Toussaint, Seine-Maritime, a commune in the arrondissement of Le Havre in the Seine-Maritime département of France. Toussaint hierarchy, a mathematical hierarchy of graphs devised by Godfried Toussaint. Akl–Toussaint heuristic, part of the Toussaint hierarchy. Toussaint (film), a 2009 film about Haitian liberator Toussaint Louverture.
Biography by Steve Huey. Pianist, producer, and songwriter who almost single-handedly fashioned a fresh, vital New Orleans R&B sound for the 1960s and '70s. Life, Love and Faith.
Black/Death Metal/Hardcore. 1970 - Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs. 1974 - 461 Ocean Boulevard.
Courtesy of the Rock Hall Library and Archive. Toussaint came into his own as a studio auteur for the Minit and Instant labels from 1960 to 1963. He produced, arranged and sometimes wrote a string of classic sides for such New Orleans R&B artists as Lee Dorsey, Jessie Hill, Ernie K-Doe and Chris Kenner. Many listeners heard New Orleans-style piano for the first time via Toussaint’s playing on Ernie K-Doe’s Number One hit, Mother-in-Law. Java, by Al Hirt, hit Number Four in 1964, and Whipped Cream served as the title track of the third album by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, which topped the album chart for eight weeks in 1965. Toussaint also cut a trio of sleek, contemporary R&B albums for Warner Bros.
Still, old-time rock 'n' roll was kicking and screaming, whether it was Bob Seger slipping his career into high gear with a heavy dose of nostalgia or AC/DC twisting the ol' blues-rock standby into riff-heavy new shapes. Even Boston, the year's biggest debut, rocked a foundation that went back to the '60s as it fine-tuned the future. So, 1976's best rock albums were a lot of things: backward-looking, forward-reaching, timeless, of their era. And sometimes they were all these things at once
|A||Tyroll Rock (Remix)|
|B||Tyroll Rock (Version Instrumentale)|
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 358168
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 358169
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A runout, J mirrored): J 2022697 A M3 358168
- Matrix / Runout (B runout, J mirrored): J 2022697 B M3 358169
|1598426||Eric Toussaint||Tyroll Rock (12")||EMI Music France||1598426||France||1988|
|2022897||Eric Toussaint||Tyroll Rock (7", Single)||EMI||2022897||France||1988|