1.Love Theme From St. Elmo's Fire - (featuring Kenny G)
3.I Have Nothing / I Will Always Love You
4.Bridge Over Troubled Water
5.Because You Loved Me
8.Hard To Say I'm Sorry / You're the Inspiration / Glory of Love
Tracks on Disc 2:
2.St. Elmo's Love Theme - (featuring Kenny G)
3.Can't Help Falling In Love
4.She's a Beauty / Man In Motion
5.Mornin'/After the Love Has Gone
8.Through the Fire
9.Got To Be Real
11.Video: Urban Cowboy
12.Love Look What You've Done
15.Hard To Say I'm Sorry / You're the Inspiration / Glory of Love
17.Because We Believe
20.Because You Loved Me
24.Save the Last Dance
25.Video: Bodyguard With Kevin Costner
26.I Have Nothing / I Will Always Love You
27.Alla Luce Del Sole
28.Bridge Over Troubled Water
29.You Raise Me Up
30.Got To Be Real
Tributee: David Foster.
Personnel: Jochem van der Saag (programming).
Audio Mixers: Dave Reitzas; Mick Guzauski.
Canadian David Foster has created one of the odder niches in the pop music world; as a producer, he's worked with an almost impossible array of artists; as a writer, he's penned some of the more haunting Top 10 love songs; as a performing artist, he was a two-time one-hit wonder, scaling the charts in 1973 with the breezy "Wildfire," and again (solo) in 1985, with the easy-listening instrumental "Love Theme From 'St. Elmo's Fire'." In 2008, an astonishing lineup of million-selling musicians gathered to show their love on the PBS special HIT MAN. The gala features Foster holding court on piano and as emcee, opening with his mellow '80s hit, introducing friends like Kenny G and Celine Dion. Rising Filipina singer-star Charice hits a high note on her stirring rendition of songs Foster produced for Whitney Houston. Foster's 1980s association with Chicago is represented in medley form, with Peter Cetera dropping by to perform a trifecta of '80s hits. Overall, it's a fitting feting for an essential pop figure.