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.
from BELIEVE IN ME
written by David Foster, Greg Charley & John Winston
Regina Belle is a talented R&B singer who is mostly remembered for her 1992 hit, “A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme).” That #1 duet ballad with the great Peabo Bryson was, in terms of sales, the absolute pinnacle of her career also winning its co-writers, Alan Menken and Tim Rice, an academy award.
from FROM THE INSIDE
written by Alice Cooper, Bernie Taupin & Dick Wagner
“From The Inside,” released in 1978, was Alice Cooper’s 11th studio album. Produced and arranged by David Foster, that record matched Cooper’s most typical hard rock style with Foster’s slick and elegant sounds. “From The Inside” is a concept album based on the singer’s stay in a New York mental hospital to fight his alcoholism.