Dec 282003
 

From I AM
Written by Maurice White, David Foster & Allee Willis

“I Am was like our Abbey Road. It really scored pop” (Verdine White). “I think of it as a milestone album, whole careers came out of it. It was like, ‘listen to I Am and see what you can steal’. All the pieces came together” (Maurice White). Continue reading »

Dec 212003
 

From IN THE SPIRIT
Written by David Foster & Kenny Loggins

Through the years David Foster has written some beautiful Christmas songs like “Grown Up Christmas List” covered more than a dozen times by artists like Amy Grant, Natalie Cole, Barbra Streisand and Monica or “This Time Next Year” sung by Toni Braxton and Shola Ama. Continue reading »

Dec 142003
 

From LISA DALBELLO (S/T)
Written by Lisa Dalbello & Roy Kenner

Lisa Dalbello was just seventeen years old when, in 1977, she recorded her first album in L.A., with fellow Canadian David Foster in the control booth. This interesting mixture of funky and pop wasn’t only Dalbello’s debut record but also one of Foster’s first productions as well, both very young and rich of talent. Continue reading »

Nov 232003
 

From A BODY OF WORK
Written by Paul Anka, Mark Spiro & Jack White

We all know how fundamental David Foster has been in Celine Dion’s career, all the hits they have mined together, #1 songs like “Because You Loved Me” and “The Power Of Love”, but we tried to find a song to review that wasn’t one of the big hits and instead we looked for one of the lesser known pearls, a duet with Paul Anka that was released in 1998 as part of his “Body Of Work” cd. Continue reading »

Nov 162003
 

From THROUGH THE FIRE
Written by David Foster & Boz Scaggs

Peabo Bryson is without doubt one of the most personal and gifted r&b singers of the last thirty years, whose rich tenor has often visited the top of the charts and shared the bill with singers like Roberta Flack and Natalie Cole. David Foster in 1994 was red hot from the Bodyguard soundtrack triumph, while Bryson was enjoying a very important comeback with his hit duets with Celine Dion and Regina Belle, so they paired for the singer’s new project, “Through The Fire”. Continue reading »