Apr 122015
 

From TWO OF A KIND
Written by David Foster, Tom Keane & Paul Gordon

David Foster always had a superior knack for composing evocative instrumentals. He put a pin to “Our Romance,” a tender piece of music co-written with Tom Keane for Foster’s 1983 debut solo album The Best Of Me. Conceived for the Japanese market, The Best Of Me presented a series of great instrumentals that evolved into some of Foster’s most beloved pop hits including the title-track, “Mornin’,” “Through The Fire” and “Look What You’ve Done To Me.” Evidenced by its sheer beauty, “Our Romance” had an interesting artistic journey.

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Sep 222013
 

from SHERRY/GOD LOVES LITTLE GIRLS (single)

written by Dwayne Ford

The Keane Brothers were a successful American pop duo of the Seventies. As child prodigies at 12 and 11 years respectfully,Tom and John Keane were accomplished musicians, writers and singers. The teen duo released their debut single, “Sherry,” in 1976.

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