Mar 262006
 

From PAST TO PRESENT – THE 70s
Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & Harry Garfield

Hidden away in some closet are Foster songs that deserved great chart success but ended up getting a low profile, minor release. “You Can Count On Me” is one of these songs. It’s an extraordinary ballad from the seventies co-written by David Foster and Jay Graydon with lyricist Harry Garfield. Former Three Dog Night member Cory Wells released this wonderful song as a single without any luck. Today, thanks to Jay Graydon, we can fully (re)discover the beauty of it. Continue reading »

Mar 192006
 

From THE COLOUR OF MY LOVE
Written by David Foster & Arthur Ganov

“The Colour Of My Love” is the album that definitely established Céliné Dion as an international superstar. Her third release sung in English arrived in stores in 1993 and has sold over six millions copies to date in the US alone and more than 20 millions worldwide. Continue reading »

Mar 122006
 

From ALL I NEED
Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & Glen Ballard

In the early eighties musician/actor Jack Wagner was a star on General Hospital, one of the hottest daytime TV soaps ever. Wagner was given the opportunity to perform songs on the show giving him immediate chart success as well. The first tune, “All I Need,” was co-written by then up-and-coming producers Glen Ballard and Clif Magness with David Pack of Ambrosia. Continue reading »

Mar 052006
 

From THE PROMISE
Written by Lewis & Sillas

Plus One is a talented boy band who made their first steps thanks to David Foster. Foster took them under his wing, signed the group to his record label and produced a good portion of their debut album, “The Promise.” Their music and style were similar to famous acts like The Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, based on smooth vocal harmonies, ear-catching pop/dance melodies and high tech production. Continue reading »