'Whitney Houston Live' Album Set For November Release
Whitney Houston's first live performance album has finally received a release date.
Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances will drop on Nov. 10, AP reports. The 16-track CD features the late singer's stellar renditions of "The Star-Spangled Banner" from Super Bowl XXV in 1991, "How Will I Know" at the Brit Awards in 1987 and "My Love Is Your Love" at the Late Show With David Letterman in 1998.
Clive Davis, a longtime mentor of Houston, led the detailed process of the album. In a recent interview, Davis said, "(It) shows why she is at the absolute historic top rank up there with Aretha Franklin and Barbra Streisand as the greatest singers of our lifetime. It really has been a labor of love on my part to go through every concert performance, every TV appearance."
The album will also feature a DVD fully equipped with 18 live performances of Houston's most popular songs.
Check out the tracklist below.
Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances CD:
1) "Home" (The Merv Griffin Show, 1983)
2) "You Give Good Love" (The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1985)
3) "How Will I Know" (The Brit Awards, 1987)
4) "One Moment In Time" (The 31st Annual Grammy Awards, 1989)
5) "Greatest Love Of All" (That's What Friends Are For: Arista Records 15th Anniversary Concert, 1990)
6) "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" (That's What Friends Are For: Arista Records 15th Anniversary Concert, 1990)
7) "The Star Spangled Banner" (Super Bowl XXV, 1991)
8) "All The Man That I Need" (Welcome Home Heroes, 1991)
9) "I'm Your Baby Tonight" (Welcome Home Heroes, 1991)
10) "A Song For You" (Welcome Home Heroes, 1991)
11) "Medley: I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going/I Have Nothing" (The 21st Annual American Music Awards, 1994)
12) "I'm Every Woman" (The Concert For A New South Africa, 1994)
13) "I Will Always Love You" (The Concert For A New South Africa, 1994)
14) "My Love Is Your Love" (Late Show With David Letterman, 1998)
15) "I Believe In You And Me" (The 16th Annual World Music Awards, 2004)
16) "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" (The Oprah Winfrey Show, 2009)