I Keep Forgettin’ - Jeff Porcaro

I Keep Forgettin’

Jeff Porcaro

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Style: Rock
Artist: Michael McDonald
Album: If That’s What It Takes
Released date: 1982
More from: Jeff Porcaro
Published by: Seb in the book: Classic Rock Groove
 I don’t like playing sixteenths with two hands, unless it’s so fast, that you can’t do anything else. It doesn’t feel right to me 
Jeff Porcaro

Michael McDonald recorded it with his sister Maureen McDonald providing background vocals. It was featured on If That's What It Takes, his first solo album away from The Doobie Brothers. Released as a single, it peaked at No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Singles charts, #7 R&B and #8 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Greg Phillinganes, Steve Lukather and Jeff Porcaro of the band Toto played the clavinet, guitar and drums respectively. Noted bassist Louis Johnson from The Brothers Johnson laid down the song's pronounced bassline.