Mar 082020

Music by Jay Graydon, Joseph Williams & Brett Raymond

In September 1993, Jay Graydon released his first solo cd, Airplay For The Planet. It was a welcome comeback for the veteran producer who basically quit high-profile work after the bittersweet experience of the 1988 Al Jarreau Heart’s Horizon album. His work as a member of the AOR all-star trio, Planet 3 with Clif Magness and Glen Ballard, being the only exception of note.

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Feb 232020

Written by  David Foster

This past Valentine’s day brought a great surprise to David Foster fans. He released an enchanting new instrumental aptly titled “Love.” It was the first song revealed from The Hitman’s forthcoming Eleven Words cd that will be out this year on April 17th.

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Feb 092020

Written by  Bebe Winans

Bebe & Cece Winans are one of the most successful gospel duos in history. They are part of the illustrious Winans family that includes, among others, their four older brothers who are members of the legendary gospel group, The Winans.

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Jan 262020

Written by David Foster

The Bottom Line was a disco project that late songwriter and bassist, Jack Conrad (1948-2017), recorded around 1974 with the collaboration of a group of young and gifted LA session players. Conrad’s impressive resume included stints with The Doors and Three Dog Night. 

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Jan 122020

Written by Jim Croce

“Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)” was an acoustic pop song written and sung by late American singer/songwriter, Jim Croce (1943-1973). Included on Croce’s 1972 You Don’t Mess Around With Jim album“Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)” was one of the three hit singles off the album. Together with the title-track and the gorgeous “Time In A Bottle,” “Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels)” reminded the listeners of a simpler time when one would actually talk to a person to make a long-distance call. Unfortunately, Croce died in an plane crash the year after the release of You Don’t Mess Around With Jim. 

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