Dec 182005

Written by David Foster & Carole Bayer Sager

Animated movies like “The Lion King” and “The Little Mermaid” were huge successes at the end of the 90s. Warner Brothers conceived “The Quest For Camelot” in an attempt to rival Disney’s leadership in the very strategic kids’ movie niche. Continue reading »

Dec 112005

From TWIST OF FATE (singles)
Written by Steve Kipner & Peter Beckett

“Twist Of Fate” was the smash hit from the soundtrack of the John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John movie “Two Of A Kind.” The song reached #5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 in the fall of 1983. It was co-written by long-time Foster and Newton-John collaborator Steve Kipner of “Hard Habit To Break” and “Physical” fame with Peter Beckett, the leader of the band Player that had a few good hits like 1978’s “Baby Come Back.” Continue reading »

Dec 042005

Written by Stevie Wonder

“Isn’t She Lovely” is one of the most beloved and successful songs in Stevie Wonder’s entire career. Through the years this sweet, joyful song has been covered several times by many big names. One of the most interesting and personal covers was recorded in 1977 by guitar legend Lee Ritenour who included it on his album “Captain Fingers.” Continue reading »

Nov 272005

Written by David Foster, Bill Labounty, Linda Thompson & Beckie Foster

Due to a solid collection of original songs, the blockbuster movie “Pretty Woman” had one of the most successful soundtracks of the nineties. Released in 1990, it was quickly certified multi-platinum with sales well over three millions copies in the USA alone. Continue reading »