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Whitney Houston Grammy Winner! RIAA Certified Multi-Platinum! Click here to see this CD at Amazon.com!

By Daniel Durchholz

When Whitney Houston arrived on the scene as a fresh-faced ing(nue in 1985, few could have predicted the level of superstardom she'd achieve or how fast she'd do it. Certainly the voice was there--supple, soulful, and when called upon, explosive. But the material on her debut album--and those that followed it, for that matter--was bland pop pap that mostly wasted her gift. Still there were numerous hits on Whitney Houston, including a trio of ballads: "You Give Good Love," "Saving All My Love for You," and the extraordinarily vapid "Greatest Love of All." The up-tempo "How Will I Know" was a mere trifle, perhaps, but it's one of her most winning performances. And that video. That dress. 'Nuff said.

Tracks
1. You Give Good Love6. How Will I Know
2. Thinking About You7. All at Once
3. Someone for Me8. Take Good Care of My Heart
4. Saving All My Love for You9. Greatest Love of All
5. Nobody Loves Me Like You Do10. Hold Me

 

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"I totally agree. Whitney Houston's debut was unprecedented and no One has ever (before her or since her) achieved such extraordinary and immediate success. I'd have to say that Whitney Houston is the most successful female singer in history.

Who can top her? She has broken every record, sold a zillion albums, won every award known to man and done everything a recording artist, actress and star could possibly do. There is only one Whitney Houston and we all know it."

--Anonymous

"Hmmm... The Greatest Love of All seemed like a great song at the time, but yes, it's vapid in retrospect. However, this was one of those albums that was not far from my cassette player for many months, and made me anxious for the next release. Now talk about "vapid," listen to that follow-up... "I Wanna Dance with Somebody"?? yeesh."

--jusplayin

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MUSICAL NOTES

Artist: Whitney Houston

Released: March 3, 1985

Availability: CD, Vinyl

Awards:  Grammy(s) Platinum (13)


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