Dec 172017

Written by Willard Eugene Price

“Come To Me” was an evocative ballad recorded by the legendary Aretha Franklin for her 1980 Aretha album. Aretha was Ms. Franklin’s debut with Clive Davis’ Arista Records label. That record featured the Queen Of Soul into an updated, pop-oriented, glossy sound that was achieved with the help of some of the hottest LA session cats including David Foster playing keyboards and synthesizers on a few tracks.

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Mar 292009

Written by Richard Starkey & Vini Poncia

David Foster’s early connection with George Harrison brought work to the young Canadian session ace on a couple of Ringo Starr albums. First Foster played piano on the upbeat 1974 ditty “Call Me” that was included on the Richard Perry produced “Goodnight Vienna.” Then in the fall of 1977, Foster played keyboards on two tracks of “Ringo The 4th.” Continue reading »