Oct 292006
 

From THE BEST OF THE CORRS
Written by David Foster & The Corrs

The Corrs have been one of the most successful discoveries of David Foster’s career. Foster signed them to his 143 Records label in 1995 and subsequently produced their triumphant debut album, “Forgiven Not Forgotten.” He also had a strong hand in developing their 1997 sophomore release, “Talk On Corners,” which finally established them as worldwide stars. Continue reading »

Oct 222006
 

From ONE MORE STORY
Written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

Released in 1988, “One More Story” was Peter Cetera’s second solo album after his departure from Chicago. Cetera’s first solo album, “Solitude Solitaire,” produced two hit singles; “The Glory Of Love,” co-written by David Foster with Cetera, plus Bobby Caldwell’s “The Next Time I Fall.” Continue reading »

Oct 152006
 

From THE PREACHER’S WIFE
Written by David Wolfert & Sandy Linzer

Released in 1996, “The Preacher’s Wife” was Whitney Houston’s third movie soundtrack following the stellar successes of “The Bodyguard” and “Waiting To Exhale.” From those two monster sellers came the perfect adult contemporary triumphs of “I Will Always Love You” under David Foster’s production and the soul-tinged sounds of Babyface’s “Exhale (Shoop, Shoop).” Continue reading »

Oct 082006
 

From Pop Hits Plus…
Written by David Foster, Richard Marx & Linda Thompson

“Pop Hits Plus…” is a 2003 promotional release issued by David Foster’s publishing company, Peermusic. This double cd compilation includes original productions of Foster’s most important hits like “I Have Nothing,” “You’ll See,” and “To Love You More.” Continue reading »

Oct 012006
 

From THRILLER
Written by Michael Jackson

At the initial stage of his career, David Foster was a fixture on all the most important records produced by the legendary Quincy Jones. Whether it was utilizing his arranging skills, tasteful playing of several instruments or songwriting genius, Jones always knew he could count on Foster’s unique talent to enhance and inspire. Continue reading »