Apr 292012
 

from I DON’T KNOW WHAT THE WORLD IS COMING TO

written by Bobby Womack

Bobby Womack is one of the true legends in the history of R&B music.
This gifted music-maker started out in the sixties as studio guitarist and songwriter collaborating with people like Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, Sly & The Family Stone and Janis Joplin. Womack, at the end of that decade, began a recording career that, with his eclectic mix of R&B, soul and rock, will bring him big success in the seventies with hit singles like “Woman Gotta Have It,” “You’re Welcome, Stop On By,” “That’s The Way I Feel About Cha” and “Across 110th Street.”

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Apr 222012
 

from RIVER OF LOVE (single)

Written by David Foster, Linda Thompson & Jorge Calandrelli

In 1990, David Foster published an interesting solo album entitled “River Of Love.” It was a collection of songs mostly co-written by Foster with the help of various other top songwriters and the support of a stellar line-up of singers and musicians.
The catchy title track is a pop/rock goodie that sees the blending of guest singers Bryan Adams, Warren Wiebe and former Average White Band member, Hamish Stuart. “River Of Love” was also released as a single backed-up by two other new compositions, “Living For The Moment” and “Is There A Chance.”

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Apr 152012
 

from AWAKE

Written by Nino Rota, Lawrence Kusik, Edward A. Snyder, Alfredo Rapetti

In november 2006, singing superstar Josh Groban, after the amazing success of his first two multi-platinum records, “Josh Groban” and “Closer,” released his new album entitled “Awake.” This new collection saw again the young baritone performing material in English, Italian and Spanish and part of “Awake” followed the lines of his first two works with classical-inspired love songs filled with emotional vocal performances.

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Apr 082012
 

from READ MY LIPS

Written by David Foster, Richard Marx & Fee Waybill

Fee Waybill’s solo album, “Read My Lips” was recorded in 1984 as Waybill’s band, The Tubes, was on a six months break before going back in the studio with producer Todd Rundgren for a new album.

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