Toto is an American rock band. The group formed in Los Angeles, California in 1972. Its current line-up consists of Joseph Williams, David Paich, Steve Porcaro, Steve Lukather, and Simon Phillips. Toto’s music incorporates jazz, R&B, and progressive rock. This article will explain some of the band’s most famous songs. This article is a guest post by the website owner.
Toto is the dog belonging to Dorothy Gale and is the only member of the cast of the Wizard of Oz. Although Toto doesn’t speak in the first book, the rest of the animals in the series eventually do so. The next book, The Lost Princess of Oz, shows that Toto has the ability to talk. In the film version, Toto often talks continuously. He is also the only character in the movie adaptation to recognize Mimics, so the band’s acclaim is justified.
The book’s original version does not specify the exact breed of Toto. In the first book, Toto never speaks. In the later books, other animals start to talk, but Toto remains speechless. In Tik-Tok of Oz, Toto starts talking continuously. In The Lost Princess of Oz, he recognizes Mimics. However, his speech is limited to a few words, which are often repeated. Toto has a wide range of roles in the books and movies.
Toto’s appearance in The Lego Movie is not entirely clear. While Toto’s appearance in the book is unclear, other characters do. In The Lego Movie, Toto returns for the second time. The original cast of Toto is still intact, including Mike Porcaro. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part features Toto along with Dorothy. It also has Toto and some of Dorothy’s friends. In the Systar System, Toto plays a major role.
In the first book, Toto was speechless. In the later books, other animals began to speak, but Toto remained speechless. But in Tik-Tok, Toto shows her ability to talk. In the Lost Princess of Oz, Toto is the first to recognize Mimics. Toto’s wand-like remote-controlled wand has made it popular in popular culture. The wands are also remote-controlled.
The first Toto novel did not mention Toto’s breed. Baum simply wrote that he was a black dog with long hair and small, black eyes. While this is true in the first book, the character is speechless in the second. But in the third, Toto becomes a Boston Terrier and reverts to his earlier look in the fourth. But his original appearance remains unchanged throughout the books. If Toto can speak, it is a sign of the band’s success.
Toto first appears in the book Inkheart. Its owner, Toto, accidentally drags Toto from the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. When Toto sees that the dog has a broken foot, she tells her to take care of it and tell the Winkie guard to wait for him. Inkheart’s Toto’s autobiography is based on the original book. Similarly, in the video game Emerald City, Toto is a German Shepherd. Toto’s name is derived from the word “dorothea” in Munja’kin. It’s important to note that Toto is not a black Cairn Terrier.