Jan 292006
 

From THE BROADWAY ALBUM
Written by Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim

“The Broadway Album” was a milestone of Barbra Streisand’s unique career. Released in 1985, this perfect collection of Broadway classics became a huge hit, reaching the top of the charts and staying there for three weeks. It sold over four million copies and gave Ms. Streisand a well-deserved Grammy for “Best Female Vocal Performance.” The superstar was in rare form here. Continue reading »

Jan 222006
 

From URBAN COWBOY
Written by David Foster & Boz Scaggs

“Urban Cowboy,” starring John Travolta and Debra Winger, was a box office hit in 1980. Following the success of the movie, the soundtrack zoomed to the top of the charts selling well over one million copies in the U.S. alone. Among it’s many hits was “Love, Look What You’ve Done To Me.” Continue reading »

Jan 152006
 

From LIPSTICK – ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
Written by Michel Polnareff

Michel Polnareff is a French composer/recording artist who’s a music icon in his homeland. During the course of his long career, Polnareff distinguished himself as being eclectic, multi-talented and eccentric, developing an original personal style. Continue reading »

Jan 082006
 

From STARDUST
Written by Nat King Cole & Charlotte Hawkins

In the nineties, Natalie Cole released a string of good albums trying to follow the gigantic, trend-setting triumph of “Unforgettable.” Not only was “Unforgettable” #1 on the charts, it sold millions of copies and swept in several Grammys. Continue reading »

Jan 012006
 

From FLESH AND BONE
Written by David Foster, Steve Lukather & Tubes

The Tubes originally released “Talk To Ya Later” in 1981 on their album, “The Completion Backward Principle.” This catchy rock song was co-written and produced by David Foster and quickly became one of the most loved anthems of the band’s career as well as a Mainstream Rock top ten hit. Continue reading »