Top 10 Songs Written, Co-Written or Produced by David FosterMetal_Treasure David Foster is a Canadian musician, record producer, composer, songwriter, and arranger, who has won 16 Grammy Awards from a total of 47 nominations, including 3 Grammy Awards for Producer of the Year.
He's been called "The Hit Man" and this list shows why. One of his compilation albums was titled Hit Man Returns (2011).
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Producer of this song and all songs on The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album.
In 1994 the song won the Grammy for Record of the Year, and the album - the Grammy for Album of the Year. - Metal_Treasure
He co-wrote this song with Linda Thompson. Foster also arranged and produced this song.
It was nominated by the Oscars for Best Original Song. - Metal_Treasure
Foster was also a technology pioneer with this one. It was the first of the "virtual duets", where a long-deceased star "duets" with a modern star. In this case it was especially poignant, since the late, great Nat "King" Cole was singing with his daughter.
Won the Grammy for Record of the Year in 1992 - Metal_Treasure
It won the 1980 Grammy Award for Best R&B Song. This song was written by David Foster, Jay Graydon, and Bill Champlin for the album I Am.
It also reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for two weeks in 1979, behind The Knack's smash hit "My Sharona".
David Foster was also a studio player and arranger for this album, as well as a co-writer of six songs on this album. - Metal_Treasure
From the film Quest for Camelot.
David Foster co-wrote and co-produced this song that won the 1999 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. - Metal_Treasure
A song co-written by David Foster and recorded by Cetera shortly after he left the band Chicago.
This song was featured in the 1986 film The Karate Kid Part II. It was nominated by the Oscars for Best Original Song. - Metal_Treasure
He produced it as well as the whole album that won the Grammy for Album of the Year in 1996 - Metal_Treasure
He produced and arranged this song and won the Grammy for Best Instrumental Arrangement in 1985. - Metal_Treasure
He co-wrote and produced it.
It was nominated for Best Rhythm & Blues Song, and Best Instrumental Arrangement, 1986 - Metal_Treasure
Award - Grammy for Best Instrumental Arrangement, 1994 - Metal_Treasure
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