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HEARTACHE TONIGHT

from CRAZY LOVE
Written by Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther, Don Henley & Bob Seger

Released in September of 1979, the catchy rocker “Heartache Tonight” was the last song by the legendary Eagles to reach #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. The song was sung by the great Glenn Frey (1948-2016) and included on their The Long Run album.

IT’S THE FALLING IN LOVE

from NO NIGHT SO LONG
Written by David Foster & Carole Bayer Sager

“It’s The Falling In Love” was one of the most covered songs of David Foster’s early songbook. Co-written with Academy Award-winner Carole Bayer Sager, “It’s The Falling In Love” gained immediate exposure when it was included in the late Michael Jackson’s (1958-2009) 1979 incomparable Off The Wall album.

IN THE WAY

from DREAMWALKIN’
Written by Eric Tagg

“Eric, I remember him being an amazing singer! He had great taste in music. My favorite track that we did together was ‘Mr. Briefcase,’ a very tricky and complicated song.”

LOVE GIVES, LOVE TAKES AWAY

from ON THE STRIP – THE SUNSET SESSIONS
Written by Alan Gorrie

The UK label, Demon Records, has recently released On The Strip – The Sunset Sessions, a 2LP vinyl set that’s a special reconfiguration of Average White Band’s classic 1980 Shine album. To celebrate Shine’s 40th anniversary release with Demon Records and with the support of current and past members of the legendary Scottish group, On The Strip – The Sunset Sessions has been rebuilt to include tracks that were recorded on the Shine sessions, but didn’t make the final cut or were eventually released on a later compilation.

THE LAST TIME

from WHAT A LIFE
Written by David Foster, Eric Benet, Amy Foster

Erin Boheme is an American jazz and traditional pop singer. Ms. Boheme released her debut cd, What Love Is, in 2006 for the Concord Jazz label when she was just twenty years old. What Love Is was a tasteful collection of mostly romantic ballads, both originals and covers, that put the spotlight on Boheme’s delicate and soulful voice. The young singer delivered some heartfelt, impressive performances throughout the record. An A-list of gifted musicians/arrangers and producers were included. Some of the music giants included Mike Melvoin, Vinnie Colaiuta, Tom Scott, Billy Childs, Brian Bromberg and David Foster who played some bluesy acoustic piano on “Make You Happy” and “Let Me Make The Most Of A Beautiful Thing.”