Feb 172013
 

from IT’S THE FALLING IN LOVE (single)

written by David Foster & Carole Bayer Sager

“It’s The Falling In Love” is a catchy, up-tempo song co-written, in 1978, by David Foster with legendary lyricist, Carole Bayer Sager. This irresistible tune became pretty popular when it was sung by the late Michael Jackson with Patti Austin for his 1979, multi-platinum album, “Off The Wall.”

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Nov 072010
 

from GREATEST HITS + FIVE UNRELEASED

written by  David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager & Steve Perry

Steve Perry was the lead singer of the famous American Rock band Journey. His distinctive and powerful tenor voice graced the band’s multi-platinum selling albums and most famous hits like “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Who’s Crying Now,” “Open Arms” and “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart).”
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Jan 042009
 

From …TOO
Written by David Foster & Carole Bayer Sager

“David Foster’s been in my life since 1977 or 8, I think. Really quite a long time and continues to be a great force in my life, collaboratively.” These words come from Carole Bayer Sager’s official website and testify the great friendship between these two legendary figures of the music world. Continue reading »

Mar 282004
 

From JUNE POINTER
Written by David Foster, Tom Keane & Carole Bayer Sager

June Pointer is the youngest of the famous four sisters. During her career, she has released a couple of solo records and on the second one, released in 1989, simply entitled “June Pointer”, she chose to collaborate with people like r&b kings Narada Michael Walden and Kashif and on the pop side with stars like Burt Bacharach, Phil Ramone and David Foster. Continue reading »

Feb 092003
 

From WHEN LOVE COMES CALLING
Written by Deniece Williams, Carole Bayer Sager & David Foster

This ballad brings us back once again to David Foster’s finest r&b work. In 1979 he was probably asked by Maurice White to produce the majority of Deniece Williams’ new album (3 cuts were produced by former Raydio leader Ray Parker jr.) and, as usual, the results were outstanding. Continue reading »