Sep 302007
 

From LIVE IN RIO
Written by David Foster, Maurice White & Allee Willis

In 2002, Maurice White finally released a live album on his Kalimba label with the recordings of a great Earth, Wind & Fire concert performed in Rio de Janeiro, in 1980, before an audience of more than 100.000 people. Back then the band was at the top of its game both commercially and artistically. Continue reading »

Sep 232007
 

From AN AMERICAN TAIL: FIEVEL GOES TO WEST

Written by James Horner & Will Jennings

Released in 1986, “An American Tail” was a very successful animated movie produced by Steven Spielberg. Its soundtrack was written by the great James Horner who ten years later would receive an Academy Award for his score of the blockbuster movie, “Titanic.” Continue reading »

Sep 162007
 

From HOT BABY

Written by Amii Ozaki

Japanese singer Amii Ozaki has been on the music scene in her country for thirty-plus years with continued success. Between 1981 and 1982, Ozaki released two albums, “Hot Baby” and “Air Kiss,” completely supervised by David Foster. Continue reading »

Sep 092007
 

From TUBES WORLD TOUR 2001

Written by David Foster, Fee Waybill, Steve Lukather & Richard Marx

Since their inception in the ’70s, the Tubes were always one of the most inventive and original live rock shows. They consistantly matched tight musicianship with the theatrical side of their histrionic frontman, Fee Waybill. In 2001, an incarnation of the band with original members Waybill, Roger Steen, Prairie Prince and Rick Anderson released a very good live album entitled, “Tubes World Tour 2001.” Continue reading »

Sep 022007
 

From CRAZY

Written by Albert Hammond & John Bettis

Julio Iglesias is one of the most popular Latin singers on the planet. His irresistible tenor and unique phrasing has made him an international superstar for the past 30 years. In 1983, the Spanish-born singer decided to spread his success to North America with his first English album entitled “1100 Bel Air Place.” Continue reading »