Jul 292012
 

from VOX HUMANA

written by Kenny Loggins, David Foster, Nathan East & Eva Ein Loggins

Kenny Loggins often referred to his 1985 release, “Vox Humana” as his r&b album. Though that statement might be not completely true, it is pretty evident that black music influenced a good portion of it and also the stylistic approach of many of Loggins’ vocal performances

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Apr 222012
 

from RIVER OF LOVE (single)

Written by David Foster, Linda Thompson & Jorge Calandrelli

In 1990, David Foster published an interesting solo album entitled “River Of Love.” It was a collection of songs mostly co-written by Foster with the help of various other top songwriters and the support of a stellar line-up of singers and musicians.
The catchy title track is a pop/rock goodie that sees the blending of guest singers Bryan Adams, Warren Wiebe and former Average White Band member, Hamish Stuart. “River Of Love” was also released as a single backed-up by two other new compositions, “Living For The Moment” and “Is There A Chance.”

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