Whitney Houston - The Best So Far FLAC album
1992 В ноябре 1992 года успешно дебютировала как актриса в фильме Телохранитель. Записала шесть песен для фильма.
2012 Скончалась 11 февраля 2012 года.
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Whitney Houston new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music.
Album: The Greatest Hits (CD 1). Year: 2010. Downloads: 42817 Times. Whitney Houston - All At Once. Back to album The Greatest Hits (CD 1).
So Far is the fourth album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, their third as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and the first compilation album released by the group. Shipping as a gold record and peaking at on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, it was the band's third chart-topping album in a row. It has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA, and is the second best-selling album by any configuration of the quartet in tandem after their 1970 studio album, Déjà Vu.
Whitney Houston’s self-titled debut album became the biggest-selling debut ever by a solo artist. It was the top-selling album of 1986, and garnered multiple awards and nominations, including a GRAMMY Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female, for Saving All My Love For You. The album has sold more than 22 million copies worldwide, and includes three Billboard Hot 100 hits: Saving All My Love For You, How Will I Know and Greatest Love Of All. Producer: Clive Davis.
Whitney have stayed pretty consistently busy over the past two years, playing countless Chicago shows, festivals across the country, and even a supporting slot on tour with The Decemberists. Their overall exhaustion from touring has been obvious at some of their more recent shows, as they poke fun at the people who came only to hear Golden Days and No Woman. Again, it’s hard to blame them-they probably want to get back into the studio (or cabin) and get things cracking. Whitney revealed via Twitter on Feb. 16 that their new album is 100% recorded. Whitney (neytheband) February 16, 2019. The Best Albums of 1989By Josh Jackson & Paste Music StaffJune 24, 2019. The 25 Best Albums of 2019 (So Far)By Paste StaffJune 10, 2019.
Whitney Houston co-executive produced and recorded six songs for the soundtrack to The Bodyguard, her feature film acting debut. The album became the best-selling soundtrack of all time, with more than 45 million copies sold worldwide. I Will Always Love You, the first single from the film, is the biggest-selling single by female artist in history, and stayed at on the Billboard Hot 100 for a record-breaking 14 weeks. The soundtrack earned Whitney three GRAMMY Awards, including.
List of songs recorded by Whitney Houston. Whitney Houston recorded songs for six studio albums, four soundtrack albums and one Christmas album. Her self-titled debut album, Whitney Houston, was released on February 14, 1985. It peaked at number one on the United States' Billboard 200 album chart, a position it held for 14 consecutive weeks.
Whitney Houston – I Have Nothing. I Have Nothing" as written by David Foster and Linda. This one of Whitney's best, i think. I love how she can be singing the words that would make any other girl sound so weak and vulnerable and sound like she's the most powerful woman on earth.
The album features a selection a Houston's greatest hits including remastered versions of "I Wanna Dance With Somebody", "How Will I Know", "So Emotional", "I Have Nothing" and "One Moment in Time". The album was released in both standard and deluxe versions. The album includes new liner notes written by Clive Davis.
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|1||–Whitney Houston||I Will Always Love You
Arranged By [Vocals], Executive Producer – Whitney HoustonProducer, Arranged By – David FosterWritten-By – Dolly Parton
|2||–Whitney Houston||Saving All My Love For You
Producer – Michael MasserWritten-By – Gerry Coffin*, Michael Masser
|3||–Whitney Houston||Greatest Love Of All
Producer – Michael MasserWritten-By – Linda Creed, Michael Masser
|4||–Whitney Houston||One Moment In Time
Arranged By [Vocals] – Whitney HoustonProducer – Narada Michael WaldenWritten-By – Albert Hammond, John Bettis
|5||–Whitney Houston||I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Producer – Narada Michael WaldenWritten-By – George Merrill, Shannon Rubicam
|6||–Whitney Houston||How Will I Know
Producer, Arranged By – Narada Michael WaldenWritten-By – George Merrill, Narada Michael Walden, Shannon Rubicam
|7||–Whitney Houston||So Emotional
Producer – John "Jellybean" BenitezWritten-By – Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly
|8||–Whitney Houston Duet With Mariah Carey||When You Believe (From The Prince Of Egypt)
Mixed By – Jon GassMusic By [Additional], Producer, Keyboards, Drum Programming – BabyfaceRecorded By – Paul BoutinRecorded By [Mariah Carey's Vocal] – Dana Chappelle*Written-By – Kenneth Edmonds, Stephen Schwartz
|9||–Whitney Houston||Where Do Broken Hearts Go
Arranged By [Vocals] – Whitney HoustonProducer – Narada Michael WaldenWritten-By – Charles Jackson*, Frank Wildhorn
|10||–Whitney Houston||I'm Your Baby Tonight
Producer – Babyface, L.A. ReidWritten-By – Kenneth Edmonds, Antonio Reid*
|11||–Whitney Houston||Didn't We Almost Have It All
Arranged By [Vocals] – Whitney HoustonProducer – Michael MasserWritten-By – Michael Masser, Will Jennings
|12||–Whitney Houston||Run To You
Arranged By [Vocals], Executive Producer – Whitney HoustonProducer – David FosterWritten-By – Allan Rich, Jud J. Friedman*
|13||–Whitney Houston||Exhale (Shoop Shoop)
Executive Producer – Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Whitney HoustonProducer – BabyfaceWritten-By – Kenneth Edmonds
|14||–Whitney Houston Duet With George Michael||If I Told You That
Engineer [Mix] – Ren SwanMixed By – Jon DouglasPerformer [All Instruments] – Rodney JerkinsProducer – Rodney JerkinsProducer [Additional] – George MichaelRecorded By [Remix] – Dexter SimmonsWritten-By – Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels, Rodney Jerkins, Toni Estes
|15||–Whitney Houston||I Have Nothing
Arranged By [Vocals], Executive Producer – Whitney HoustonProducer, Arranged By – David FosterWritten-By – David Foster, Linda Thompson
|16||–Whitney Houston||I'm Every Woman
Producer, Arranged By – Narada Michael WaldenWritten-By – Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson*
|17||–Whitney Houston||It's Not Right But It's Okay
Edited By [Pro Tools Editing] – Harvey Mason, Jr.*Music By [All Music] – Rodney JerkinsProducer – Rodney JerkinsRecorded By, Mixed By – Brad GildermanWritten-By – Fred Jerkins III, Isaac Phillips, LaShawn Daniels, Rodney Jerkins, Toni Estes
|18||–Whitney Houston||My Love Is Your Love
Arranged By [Vocals] – Whitney HoustonProducer – Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis*, Wyclef JeanWritten-By – Jerry Duplessis, Wyclef Jean
- Artwork By [Design] – Gary De Bique Qd
- Executive Producer – Clive Davis
- Mastered By – Larry Lachmann
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- Barcode: 7 891430 085629
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|88985496452||Whitney Houston||The Ultimate Collection (CD, Comp, RE)||Sony Music, Arista||88985496452||Australia||2017|
|88697 17701 2||Whitney Houston||The Ultimate Collection (CD, Comp)||Arista, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Nippy, Inc.||88697 17701 2||Indonesia||2007|
|SICP 30434||Whitney Houston||The Ultimate Collection (CD, Comp, RE, BSC)||Arista||SICP 30434||Japan||2013|
|88697463232||Whitney Houston||The Ultimate Collection (CD, Comp, RE, Sli)||Sony Music, Arista||88697463232||Europe||2009|