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First: this is a not a review site. Second: this is not a music download site and I won’t share any music I collected!

Sessiondays is a project of honoring, collecting and sharing information of the sessionplayers throughout the 70s and 80s moving to the later years. It started collecting all the sessions of Steve Lukather. Then I got frustrated about finding the information on several sites, so I am trying to combine the information to this site.

Later on I started to collect all the Toto members sessions and since the numbers of albums it was increasing rapidly I started a facebook page and share my finding to other Facebook groups and pages and Instgram: Neil Stubenhaus, Abraham Laboriel Sr, Ray Parker Jr, Carlos Vega, JR Robinson, Robbie Buchanan and Marty Walsh. It is great to see the musicians dropping by to comment their works on Facebook and Instagram.

Besides collecting the sessions, I will try to interview other sessionplayers or musicians who worked close with the session players, to get an impression how the sessiondays were. Check out the interview section. I hope to find more sessionplayers and artists to share their stories.

Without the help with my friends Frédèric, Lorenzo and Herwig I wouldn’t come so far. Thank you!

There is more to improve this site. This is a start and let’s see where it ends. I am doing my very best to to find the copyrights behind the pictures I find, if I miss it, please let me know and I will correct it.



  1. Jonny
    March 1, 2015 @ 11:41

    thought I’d let you know that I really enjoy yur site and love finding intersting info while reading it. As you I’m also very interested in those session musicians that played on hundreds of records and especially the Toto guys – real legends to me 🙂
    I love Simon Phillips’ playing and that’s why I wanted to ask if you could make a section for his discography sometime? I’d really appreciate that!
    Thanks for all your hard work!


    • admin
      March 1, 2015 @ 17:53

      Hi Jonny,

      Thank you for your mail and nice words. Simon Philips is on top of my list to add to the discography list. My first thought was to look into the LA sessionplayers, but the England sessiondays are interesting too. Simon was a Toto member and he sure deserves a place on my site.




  2. James Auman
    January 23, 2016 @ 16:18

    Great site. I wish I had the ability to do something like this. I’m a liner notes junkie and love the idea of those being online. One question: any chance you can have the songwriting credits on your site? I like looking for songs by composer.


    • admin
      January 23, 2016 @ 22:10

      Thank you James! Maybe I will do that in the future. I did this with the Toto guys, but not on all albums. For now, I am only focused on the session players.


  3. Rik
    July 11, 2016 @ 19:23

    Hey great stuff here! But, would love to see Dann Huff on here! He’s another of those amazing session guys that has been on countless recordings. Would love to see him.


  4. Craig
    February 25, 2018 @ 15:40

    What a great site, thank you for all your hard work.


  5. Tryptych
    November 29, 2018 @ 22:09

    Nice to see the unsung heroes given a bit of TLC.
    I spent over 25 years making some massive hit albums, but also many that never even got noticed.
    All in a day’s work to a plugging muso.
    You never know how it’s going to turn out, but the talent of those involved deserves to be recognised.


    • admin
      November 29, 2018 @ 22:17

      Thank you, this is indeed a tribute page to all the session musicians and they cannot be forgotten.


  6. Pascal Bacoux
    April 18, 2020 @ 18:17


    Nice to see my album mentionned here.Thank you !
    In fact, Comedienne was my third album, recorded in 1981 in LA but released in Europe, mostly in France, in 1982 !
    First and second were recorded in Paris (France).
    All the best,


    • admin
      April 19, 2020 @ 10:04

      Hello Pascal,

      I am honored. Thank you for your comment I’ve corrected it.

      Kind regards,

      Jan (admin)


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