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MR. BRIEFCASE

From RIT
Written by Eric Tagg

If someone that reads these reviews still thinks that David Foster is “only” the king of ballads, well, here’s another of the songs that can prove them absolutely wrong.

SMILE AGAIN

From MECCA FOR MODERNS
Written by David Foster, Jay Graydon, Bill Champlin & Alan Paul

Here we are talking about another wonderful Foster/Graydon/Champlin collaboration. This time they worked their magic for Manhattan Transfer’s album “Mecca For Moderns” which Graydon produced in 1981.

WHAT ABOUT ME

From WHAT ABOUT ME
Written by David Foster, Kenny Rogers & Richard Marx

When Kenny Rogers decided he wanted some pop appeal to crossover from the country music market, he turned to big guns like Lionel Richie, The Bee Gees and, obviously, David Foster for help.

LIVE INSIDE YOUR LOVE

From DAYDREAM COAST
Written by David Bryant & Tony Hanes

Among the many projects that David Foster has made specifically for the Japanese market, there are some very good ones and we’ll showcase them here for you. Through the years Foster has collaborated with famous singers like Seiko Matsuda, Mariya Takeuchi, Hiromi Iwasaki, Ami Ozaki and Naoko Kawai.

PLEASE HOLD ON

From CHICAGO 17
Written by David Foster, Bill Champlin & Lionel Richie

Chicago 17, released in 1984, was David Foster’s second hit album with Chicago, two years after “Hard To Say I’m Sorry” and Chicago 16 topped the charts worldwide.