Jeff Pescetto

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Jeff Pescetto
Born Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Musician

Jeff Pescetto is a musical artist, who is most notable for collaborating with David Foster on the 1990 recreation of John Farnham's Australian single, "You're the Voice". Pescetto lent the vocals to Foster's pianism on the latter's River of Love album.

He has also written and sung songs for various movie soundtracks. His credits include Licence to Kill, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and Breakdown. He has also contributed to the video game Tekken 5 as a sound designer. He is also well known for being the singer of the theme song to the 80's cartoon series DuckTales.[1][2]

In 1990, he co-wrote the album track "Rescue Me" along with Charles Olins and Steve Dubin for American singer Alisha, included on the album Bounce Back.[3]

Soundtrack filmography[edit]

  • DuckTales (TV series, 1987-1990) (theme song singer)
  • License to Kill (1989)
    • "Dirty Love" (writer)
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
    • "Turn It Up" (writer)
  • Beakman's World (TV series, 1992-1997)
    • "Magnetism" song (music/lyrics), season 1 episode 9
  • Breakdown (1997)
    • "Nobody Knows" (lyrics/production)
    • "This Game of Love" (music/production)
    • "Walking Out the Back Door" (lyrics/production)
  • Tekken 5 (2005)
    • "Sparking" (Singer)

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