May 252008
 

From THE DAY I STOP LOVING YOU (single)
Written by Diane Warren

Oleta Adams is a talented black singer and piano player who started as a gospel singer. She was discovered in the second half of the eighties by Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal, the famous UK duo Tears For Fears. She joined their band and appeared on their 1989 hit album “The Seeds of Love,”singing the chart topping duet “Woman in Chains.” Continue reading »

May 182008
 

From EL DEBARGE
Written by Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager & Bruce Roberts

El DeBarge was the lead singer and main songwriter of the successful R&B group DeBarge. During the first half of the eighties, DeBarge had great success with delicious songs like “All This Love,” Time Will Reveal” and “Rhythm of the Night.” One of their bigger hits, “Who’s Holding Donna Now,” was co-written by David Foster with Jay Graydon and Randy Goodrum. Produced by Graydon, this sweet ballad became a top hit on the Pop, R&B and Adult Contemporary charts. Continue reading »

May 112008
 

From TIME PASSING
Written by David Foster & Randy Goodrum

David Foster doesn’t consider himself a singer, but on occasion he can deliver good vocal performances like his hit duet with Olivia Newton-John on “The Best Of Me” and more recently with Swedish singer/actress Lisa Lovbrand for an elegant rendition of the classic “When I Fall In Love.”  Another nice duet was the one Foster did with Japanese superstar, Seiko Matsuda on “Every Little Hurt.” Continue reading »

May 042008
 

From YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW – THE GREATEST HITS
Written by David Foster & Kenny Loggins

Kenny Loggins is undeniably one of the best singers/songwriters in the history of modern pop music. His distinctive tenor voice, superior musical skills and amazing songwriting abilities have brought him international success and several big hits over the years. During his long and productive career, the singer has worked with excellent co-writers like Michael McDonald and often crossed paths with David Foster who helped him create some of his most-loved compositions. Continue reading »