David Foster is a self-titled solo album by David Foster, 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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Erscheinungsdatum 1995. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Taking on the World.
This David Foster album is a collection of beautiful renditions of some of the best Christmas songs. Christmas Album It is where you'll find Natalie Cole's beautiful rendition of Grown-Up Christmas List, which is vastly superior to any other rendition of this song. There's also a gorgeous version of O Holy Night by Michael Crawford, and Johnny Mathis' lively version of The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. The first time I played this album, I had chills up and down my spine, it was so beautiful, and I played it over again right away.