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Artist: David Foster

Title: River of Love

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Category: AOR/Westcoast

Year: 1990

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 7 82161 2

Personnel

Warren Wiebe lead vocals
Bryan Adams lead vocals
Hamish Stuart lead vocals
David Foster keyboards, bass
James Harrah guitars
Paul Jackson Jr. guitars
Rick Hahn Synthezisers
Claude Gaudette synthesizers
Charlie Olins synthesizers
Paulinho Da Costa percussion
David Palmer percussion
Mike Reno background vocals
Bill Champlin background vocals
Michael Landau guitars
Steve Gadd drums
Jeff Pescetto vocals
Greg Phillinganes piano
Nathan East bass
John Robinson drums
Dean Parks sitar
Steve Lukather guitar
Natalie Cole vocals
Mitchell Forman synthesizers
Dave Reitzas percussion
Nigel Olsson drums
Bruce Hornsby piano
Tom Keane keyboards, bass

Tracks

1.  River of Love  4:47
2.  Walkaway  4:18
3.  This Must Be Love  4:31
4.  Is There a Chance  4:58
5.  Freedom  5:11
6.  Grown-Up Christmas List  3:34
7.  Youre the Voice  5:00
8.  Living for the Moment  4:51
9.  All I Ever Needed  4:45
10.  One Step Closer  5:19
11.  Inside You  5:06
  
Total Running Time:  52:20

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Existing comments about this CD

From: qwest Date: November 24, 2009 at 19:50
That is a good light aor like paris black for x ampl

From: newscandi Date: September 12, 2011 at 20:42
I listened to "Walkaway". Very good westcoast/ hi tech AOR in the vain of Jack Wagner, John O'Banion etc. And the romantic "St. Elmo's fire" main theme song is from him. That says a lot of his quality!

From: newscandi Date: October 1, 2011 at 14:44
Very enjoyable & high quality music. The comparation I got in mind by listening to it is Dag Kolsrud's December albums (mainly because of the use of keyboards & song arrangements sometimes) as well as "All one people" by Just-If-I (Wiebe who sings the most songs sounds a lot like M.Reno + the album has a touch of a 'helping-project). Favourite songs here are "Living for the moment" and "This must be love". All over shines the "Grown-up christmas list" by Natalie Cole of course It's just a perfect 'heart-creeping' song.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 24, 2015 at 17:09
In agreement with the good comments above ...pleasant album of a great composer and musician named David Foster...best tracks for me are "Living For The Moment","All I Ever Needed","One Step Closer" & "Inside You"...about the other tracks...also goodie ones!!!(2,3(nice),4(nice),6(nice) are in my book as well)...86/100


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