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Tag: Humberto Gatica

MY HEART WAS HOME AGAIN

from WITH YOU
written by Marc Jordan & Stephen Moccio

The beginning of 2007 saw the release of a special Valentine’s Day project by international recording star Josh Groban. This eight track compilation CD was titled “With You” and was sold exclusively at the Hallmark store chain. “With You” included previously released material personally selected by the baritone superstar like “You’re Still You,” “Broken Vow,” “When You Say You Love Me” and “Per Te.” This romantic tour-de-force also presented a couple of beautiful, unreleased songs – the title track and “My Heart Was Home Again.”

CANTARE, CANTARAS (I WILL SING YOU WILL SING)

from CANTARE, CANTARAS (I WILL SING, YOU WILL SING) (single)

written by Albert Hammond, Juan Carlos Calderon & Anahi

In 1985 music stars worldwide were in the front line to contribute to the African crises. That was the year of the “Live Aid” event and saw the release of famous all-stars charity anthems like “We Are The World,” “Do They Know It’s Christmas,” David Foster’s “Tears Are Not Enough” and the Latin-American song, “Cantare, Cantaras (I Will Sing, You Will Sing).”

SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW

from SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW/MY DESTINY (single)

written by Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg

Katharine McPhee is one of the best talents ever discovered on the TV show American Idol. McPhee was the runner up on the program’s 2006 fifth season and immediately caught the eye of American audiences as well as the attention of super-producer David Foster.

BROKEN VOW

from JOSH GROBAN IN CONCERT

written by  Walter Afanasieff & Lara Fabian

One year after the massive success of his 2001 debut album, singing sensation Josh Groban starred in his first PBS Great Performances special with a subsequent CD/DVD release entitled “Josh Groban In Concert.”

GOODBYE PHILADELPHIA

from GOODBYE PHILADELPHIA (single)

written by Peter Cincotti & John Bettis

Peter Cincotti’s 2007 album, “East Of Angel Town,” was produced by David Foster, Humberto Gatica and Jochem van der Saag. With the help of Foster’s dream team, the talented, young singer/songwriter/piano player made the transition from being the next Harry Connick, Jr. to an updated version of the best Billy Joel of the seventies.