Feb 222015

 from FLY AWAY (single)

Written by David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager & Peter Allen

The late R&B/adult contemporary singer Stevie Woods enjoyed a brief stint of chart action in the early eighties after the release of his noteworthy debut album, “Take Me To Your Heaven.” The album was released in 1981 under the production of Jack White of Laura Branigan fame. “Take Me To Your Heaven” was a delicious collection of black-pop that showcased the warm timbre and excellent phrasing of the singer who was stylistically influenced by the incomparable Johnny Mathis.

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Aug 102003

Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & B.J. Cook Foster

We are sure not many people remember Stevie Woods and this is a pity cause he was a very talented singer with some Jarreau echoes in his voice that released three good albums in the first half of the eighties. His music was a bit of a cross between quality pop and some classic rhythm & blues. Continue reading »