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CHAKA

from THE BEST OF ME/CHAKA (single)

written by David Foster & Tom Keane

“Through The Fire” is another bright jewel in David Foster’s songbook. This intense love song was co-written by Foster and frequent collaborator Tom Keane with lyrics by the renowned Cynthia Weil. The song was released as the third single from Chaka Khan’s cornerstone album, “I Feel For You,” and became a 1985 multi-format hit reaching #60 on Billboard’s Hot 100, #15 on the R&B chart and even crossed over to Adult Contemporary at #16. “Through The Fire” was so popular that it became one of Khan’s trademark songs and eventually became the title to the legendary R&B diva’s official biography.

(YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE A) NATURAL WOMAN

from THE BEST OF CELINE DION & DAVID FOSTER

written by Carole King, Gerry Goffin & Jerry Wexler

The professional relationship between international superstar, Celine Dion and super-producer, David Foster has been a milestone in both their fantastic careers. Foster was the first big-name music-maker promoting her talent outside Canada and since the late Eighties to this day they have crafted an impressive number of modern day classics.

PIANO CONCERTO IN G

from WINTER GAMES (single)

written by David Foster & Tom Keane

David Foster is recognized worldwide as The Hitman, the brilliant mind behind some of pop music’s most loved songs and top hits ever but Foster is also an outstanding, top notch musician.
From the old days when his keyboards graced countless sessions to his most recent platinum-plus productions, the Canadian wizard has always been one of pop music’s best piano players and his instrumental performances are an absolute pleasure to listen to.

NIGHT MUSIC

from NIGHT MUSIC/HEARTSTRINGS (single)

written by David Foster

On the course of his spectacular career, David Foster always had a special knack for writing effective and catchy instrumental tunes. We all remember his 1985 hit, “Love Theme From St. Elmo’s Fire,” or “Winter Games,” the theme of the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. Another instrumental masterpiece, “Night Music,” was included on the soundtrack of the John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John movie “Two Of A Kind.”

TO LOVE SOMEBODY

from TO LOVE SOMEBODY (single)

written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb

Without a doubt, Michael Bolton was the top male Pop/Adult Contemporary singer of the 1985-1995 era. His powerful, husky baritone sold millions of albums and brought several songs on the top of the charts. Bolton’s singing style was much loved by worldwide audiences, but he was often severely criticized by music journalists.