Jan 312010
 

from LOVE ME TOMORROW/BAD ADVICE (single)

Written by David Foster, James Pankow & Peter Cetera

This week we go back to a classic David Foster/Chicago collaboration. In 1982 after “Hard To Say I’m Sorry” became a smash, worldwide hit, Chicago kept the comeback going with another beautiful Foster/Peter Cetera ballad, “Love Me Tomorrow.” That song was perfect stuff for Top 40/Adult Contemporary radios with Cetera’s crystal clear tenor again in the spotlight under Foster’s brilliant guidance.
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Jan 242010
 

From HITS

Written by Sylvester Stewart

“Thank You” is a 2009 Foster production for international superstar Seal. The song is a cover of an old funky number from Sly & The Family Stone and is one of the newly recorded tracks off Seal’s compilation titled “Hits.”
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Jan 172010
 

From RIGHT ON TIME

Written by David Foster & Bill Champlin

Margriet Eshuijs is a veteran Dutch singer who enjoyed good success during her career with several hits on her homeland’s charts. In 1981, the singer released an interesting pop album entitled “Right On Time” as leader of the Margriet Eshuijs Band.
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Jan 102010
 

From ENTER THE DRU

Written by Diane Warren

Dru Hill was one of the most popular R&B vocal groups at the end of the Nineties. The Baltimore founded quartet had very good success on the charts with a string of hits including “In My Bed,” “Never Make A Promise” and “How Deep Is Your Love.”
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Jan 032010
 

From COOL FOOL

Written by Bruce Roberts & Andy Goldmark

Bruce Roberts is one of the most successful pop songwriters of the westcoast music scene. His songs were recorded by a who’s who of music stars like Barbra Streisand, Cher, Dolly Parton, Dionne Warwick, Roberta Flack, Celine Dion and Donna Summer.
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