Oct 072018
 

from LOVE
Written by Edward Heyman & Victor Young

November 16th will see the release of Michael Bublè’s new cd LOVE. After seven years, David Foster is back in the producer’s seat on this new collection. LOVE shows the Canadian singing sensation tackling a string of classic romantic songs and a couple of new ones written for the occasion.

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Aug 052018
 

from HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3
Written by David Foster & Michael Buble

 

 

The Jonas Brothers were a pop act whom became wildly successful among teenage audiences in the second half of the past decade. The Jonas Brothers eventually starred in their own Disney Channel series around 2008. Their cd releases were often worldwide chart toppers with multi-platinum sales.

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Apr 152018
 

from IT’S TIME
Written by Anthony Newley & Leslie Bricusse

 

Want to hear some great news this year for David Foster fans? The celebrated Hitman just ended his two years hiatus from production to go back into the recording studio! Foster is partnering with his old pal Michael Bublè to work on the singing superstar’s next cd. To celebrate this welcome news, this week the spotlight is again on Bublè’s 2005 It’s Time cd.

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Feb 122017
 

from SPIDER-MAN THEME (single)

written by Robert Harris & Paul Francis Webster

The classic theme song of the sixties cartoon show Spider-Man was composed by late illustrious songwriters Robert “Bob” Harris (September 27, 1925 to February 13, 2000) and Paul Francis Webster (December 20, 1907 to March 18, 1984). Webster was a gifted lyricist who also co-wrote gems that became Academy Award winners for Best Original Song including “The Shadow Of Your Smile” and “Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing.” His incredible talent was also acknowledged with thirteen more nominations to that prestigious award for other evergreens including “April Love,” “Tender Is The Night” and “A Time For Love.”

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Dec 022015
 

From CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE
Written by Leonard Cohen

 

Leonard Cohen is a true Canadian icon and one of the most gifted and influential singers/songwriters of the past fifty years. This Quebecois legend was inducted in 2008 at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and is also a renowned poet, novelist and painter. In 1988, Cohen released the critically-praised I’m Your Man album that had gems including “First We Take Manhattan,” “ Tower Of Song ,” “Everybody Knows” and the title track, “I’m Your Man.” This last composition sported some sensual, almost lustful, lyrics whispered by Cohen on a carpet of synthesizers and programmed drums. Continue reading »