Jan 242016
 

From READ MY LIPS

Written by David Foster, Fee Waybill, Michael Landau, John Robinson & Humberto Gatica

David Foster’s reputation as a world-class music maker is partially due to his seminal work on chart topping ballads like Earth, Wind & Fire’s “After The Love Has Gone,” Chicago’s “Hard To Say I’m Sorry,” the late Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” or Cèline Dion’s “Because You Loved Me.” The Canadian super-producer also brought that same, irresistible melodic appeal and his formidable knack for inventive arrangements to more left-field projects for big names including Alice Cooper and The Tubes.

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Jan 202013
 

from SINGLE

written by Bill Champlin

This week we go back, once again, to one of the early masterpieces of David Foster’s career, Bill Champlin’s “Single.” Released in 1978, “Single” is one of those albums that helped define a certain music genre that fans usually call quality pop or westcoast pop.

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Mar 072010
 

from I’LL BE THERE/NO LOOKIN’ BACK (single)

written by David Foster, Kenny Loggins & Eva Ein Loggins

Kenny Loggins was one of the most successful pop male singers/songwriters of the Eighties in North America. After the triumphant success of “Footloose,” Loggins released the 1985 album “Vox Humana.” It was a well-dosed collection of high-tech pop with Rock and R&B overtones. The compositions are mostly synthesizers-driven with programmed drums, slick vocals and superior craft in the arrangements.
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