David Foster (album)

David Foster (Album)

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David Foster is a self-titled solo album released in 1986. The album is mainly instrumental with two duet-style songs featuring rare vocals from Foster himself. This work led to Foster receiving the Juno Award for "Instrumental Artist of the Year" in 1986 and 1987, and a Grammy Award nomination for "Best Pop Instrumental Performance" in 1986. Co-producer Humberto Gatica was also nominated for a Grammy Award in 1986 for "Best Engineered Recording" for this album.

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After producing numerous commercially successful albums for other artists during the 1980s, David Foster released his first major label debut in 1986. The album features many of Foster's friends and collaborators from the Los Angeles-area studio musician scene who had worked with him on previous releases including his first solo album "The Best of Me" and the St. Elmo's Fire soundtrack.

The first track is the instrumental version of the "Love Theme" from the 1985 film St. Elmo's Fire, which also appears on the film's soundtrack. Foster received a Juno Award for "Producer of the Year" for that album in 1986. A video was produced for this song, featuring a storyline where Foster is writing the song on piano interspersed with scenes of him pursuing a girl riding on horseback.

The second track is from the 1985 Spielberg film The Color Purple. The CD soundtrack for this film features a different track entitled...
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