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WHY SHOULD I CARE

From WHEN I LOOK IN YOUR EYES
Written by Carole Bayer Sager, Linda Thompson & Clint Eastwood

What a gorgeous song this is. David Foster and Tommy Lipuma worked their magic again on this modern torch song exactly like they did a few years back for the Natalie Cole’s “Unforgettable” project.

THROW A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE MY WAY

From TAKE ME TO YOUR HEAVEN
Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon & B.J. Cook Foster

We are sure not many people remember Stevie Woods and this is a pity cause he was a very talented singer with some Jarreau echoes in his voice that released three good albums in the first half of the eighties. His music was a bit of a cross between quality pop and some classic rhythm & blues.

SPEAK LOW

From BACK TO BROADWAY
Written by Nash/Weill

This haunting ballad from Barbra Streisand’s #1 1993 CD – “Back To Broadway” – shows another side of David Foster’s talent, the fantastic ability to take an old classic and “contemporize” it, keeping the classic elements while adding a new, fresh setting to the tune.

MISS SUN

From THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION
Written by David Paich

Most of the times while working on a record there are songs that don’t make the final cut. It could be for many different reasons, but especially when the producer or the band don’t think the tune is good enough.

BEST OF ME

From BEST OF ME
Written by David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock & Richard Marx

David Foster wrote many songs in the early eighties that became big hits for famous singers and, in 1983, he released a solo collection that included his take on some of his own classics like “Mornin’”, “Whatever We Imagine” and “Love, Look What You’ve Done To Me” and future hits like “Chaka” that will become a hit for, guess who?? Chaka Khan herself and also our song of the week, “The Best Of Me”.