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January, 2003 | SONG OF THE WEEK
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Month: January 2003

FLY AWAY

From BI COASTAL
Written by David Foster, Peter Allen & Carole Bayer Sager

1980 is one year that many Foster fans remember with a smile on their faces. It is the year of the Airplay project as well as Boz Scaggs’ “Middle Man”, the Average White Band’s “Shine” and especially the year of “Bi Coastal”.

FROM THE INSIDE

From FROM THE INSIDE
Written by Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner, Bernie Taupin & David Foster

It is a rock song full of heavy guitars (Dick Wagner, Steve Lukather, Jay Graydon…) and with a strong vocal performance by Cooper, but being a Foster production, it is also classy and perfectly arranged like other of his more rock oriented productions like “Stranded” or “Sweet Body” on “Airplay”, or the whole second side of Hall & Oates’ “Along The Red Ledge” (which was released the same year).

IT’S ONLY LOVE

From A HOLE IN THE WALL
Written by Marc Jordan & David Foster

Perfection, this is the right word to explain the absolute beauty of this magic ballad. Robbie Buchanan’s fender rhodes opens the show in the best Foster tradition soon joined by Marc Jordan’s tender vocal performance singing some of the best lyrics a love song has ever had.

HOW DO YOU KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING

From IT’S YOUR NIGHT
Written by Alan and Marilyn Bergman & Michel Legrand

David Foster has always considered Quincy Jones as his mentor. They started collaborating in the seventies with The Brothers Johnson’s album “Blam!!” and went on to work together on many projects including productions for Michael Jackson, Donna Summer, George Benson and the debut album by James Ingram. “