Feb 262006
 

From LEAD ME ON
Written by David Lasley & Allee Willis

Originally from London, Maxine Nightingale is a very talented singer who reached a good level of success in the second half of the seventies. She released a string of pop/disco albums that gave her a few Billboard hits like “Gotta Be The One,” “Right Back Where We Started From” and especially “Lead Me On.” Continue reading »

Feb 192006
 

From HISTORY
Written by Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson and David Foster go way back. First, the self-proclaimed “king of pop” sang Foster’s “It’s The Falling In Love” on his 1978 “Off The Wall” album. A few years later the Canadian wizard arranged and played “The Girl Is Mine” on Jackson’s mega-seller “Thriller.” In 1995 Jackson was trying to resurrect his career after maintaining a musical low profile while trying to rebuild his image from all the controversy surrounding his personal life. Continue reading »

Feb 122006
 

From GREATEST HITS: THE POWER OF GREAT MUSIC
Written by David Foster, Paul Gordon & Jeremy Lubbock

“Whatever We Imagine” is one of the most beautiful songs that David Foster has ever composed. Its melody is timeless and charming, enhanced by an understated, classy arrangement created by Foster with the help of Jerry Hey. This song was originally recorded in 1983 by James Ingram for his debut album “It’s Your Night” and was masterfully produced by Quincy Jones. Continue reading »

Feb 052006
 

From ENRIQUE
Written by Diane Warren

“Could I Have This Kiss Forever” was released in 1999 as part of Enrique Iglesias’ new collection simply entitled “Enrique.” This album saw Julio’s son moving away from the typical Latin atmospheres of his first records while following Ricky Martin’s successful trend of a more international dance/pop sound. Continue reading »