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Whitney Houston's performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl XXV is considered by many to be the most stirring rendition extant, and it's one of many historic moments collected here by her longtime mentor Clive Davis. With "Home," she made her TV debut at age 19 on The Merv Griffin Show; "You won't forget that name," said Griffin. Presented chronologically, this set includes "One Moment in Time" from the 31st GRAMMY® ceremony and "I'm Every Woman" from the Concert for New South Africa in 1994; it concludes with "I Didn't Know My Own Strength," Houston's final televised performance before her untimely death.

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Long Live Whitney

No. 11, the medley Whitney sang at the 1994 American Music Awards, is in my opinion the single best performance I have ever seen. If you have not seen it, take a look on YouTube ... I promise, you will be in awe. This album is truly a wish come true. So many of these performances I've heard, but never had access to. With this album, I do. Thank you for bringing these master pieces together. Long live this Angel ... This Legend ... Whitney Houston.

The Best Singer That Ever Lived.

So excited for this release and even more excited that this live CD includes "Song for You" from the Welcome Home Heroes" concert - it's one of her best live vocals ever. This disc will showcase that Whitney was truly the best singer to ever grace the Earth.

Home

The song Home is from the movie The Wiz. It is the black rework of The Wizard of Oz. Diana Ross played Dorothy, and at the end of the movie she sang the song Home. You thought nobody could sing that song as good as Diana Ross could. But Whitney Houston did. Her live performance on the Merv Griffon show singing Home was absolutely perfect. It is the only song I don't have of Whitney's and I want. Oh I want it so badly. And I don't care if I have to buy the whole album just to get that song. Oprah spoke the absolute truth when she said in 1999 that Whitney Houston was "The Voice".

Biography

Born: August 9, 1963 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Whitney Houston was inarguably one of the biggest female pop stars of all time. Her accomplishments as a hitmaker were extraordinary; just to scratch the surface, she became the first artist ever to have seven consecutive singles hit number one, and her 1993 Dolly Parton cover "I Will Always Love You" became nothing less than the biggest hit single in rock history. Houston was able to handle big adult contemporary ballads, effervescent, stylish dance-pop, and slick urban contemporary soul with equal...
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