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NO EXPLANATION

From PRETTY WOMAN ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
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.

GLORY OF LOVE

From SOLITUDE/SOLITAIRE
Written by David Foster, Peter Cetera & Diane Nini

Peter Cetera released his first, self-titled solo album in 1981. After Chicago’s giant comeback with “Chicago 16” and “Chicago 17,” he leftthe band in 1985 and started recording his second solo project, “Solitude/Solitaire,” with Michael Omartian.

HARD TO SAY I’M SORRY

From AZ YET feat. Peter Cetera
Written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

Az Yet is a contemporary r&b group that was born on the wake of Boyz 2 Men’s success in the nineties. They debuted in 1996 on the LaFace label with Babyface as producer and their first two singles climbed immediately the charts.

EVEN A FOOL CAN SEE

From WORLD FALLING DOWN
Written by Peter Cetera & Mark Goldenberg

Writing our Chicago’s reviews we’ve already mentioned how perfect has always been the mix of Peter Cetera’s unique tenor voice with David Foster’s sweet melodies and clever arrangements, how well they always clicked co-writing evergreens like “Hard To Say I’m Sorry”, “You’re The Inspiration” and “The Glory Of Love”.

HOLD ME ‘TIL THE MORNIN’ COMES

From WALK A FINE LINE
Written by David Foster and Paul Anka

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We all remember the string of hits David Foster had with Chicago, songs like “Hard To Say I’m Sorry” and “You’re The Inspiration” are evergreens that are played on radio still today. This song is in the exact same vein, we can call it the best Chicago song never recorded by Chicago.