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Tag: Humberto Gatica

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From TODO Y NADA

Written by David Foster, Ricardo Montaner, Luis Castillo

During his fantastic career, David Foster has collaborated with some of the most important names in the Latin market like Julio Iglesias, Luis Miguel and Alejandro Sanz. This came about due to Foster’s immense reputation as a producer/songwriter and his successful partnership with Humberto Gatica.

HOLD ME NOW

From SKYLARK
Written by David Foster & Renee Olstead

After her critically acclaimed 2004 Warner Bros. Records album, talented singer/actress Renee Olstead went back into the studio to work on her sophomore release with her mentor, David Foster. Sessions began in late 2005 and the new album was originally scheduled to be released in 2006.

POR SIEMPRE JUNTOS

From MYRIAM HERNANDEZ
Written by David Foster & Myriam Hernandez

Myriam Hernandez is a popular Chilean singer. She started her career in the late eighties and became especially well-known in Latin America for her passionate love songs. Hernandez often collaborated with her compatriot, Humberto Gatica, who engineered and produced many of her projects. Recorded mostly in Los Angeles, Gatica brought in the usual array of sessions aces like Mike Landau, John Robinson and Ramon Stagnaro.

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From IT’S TIME
Written by Michael Bublè, Alan Chang & Amy Foster Gillies

“It’s Time” is Canadian Michael Bublè’s follow-up to his mega-successful, self-titled debut album. Released in 2005, “It’s Time” kept building the singer’s popularity worldwide and solidified him as a major star in the United States. The record reached the top of the charts in several countries while debuting at #7 on Billboard’s Top 200.

ALL I EVER NEEDED WAS YOU

From RENOVATION
Written by David Foster & Mike Reno

Mike Reno was the lead singer of the popular Canadian rock band, Loverboy. Their melodic rock brought them great success in the eighties with hits like “Lovin’ Every Minute Of It,” “This Could Be The Night” and “Heaven In Your Eyes.” Reno also had a tremendous solo hit with “Almost Paradise,” a duet with Ann Wilson of Heart from the “Footloose” soundtrack.