Description: One Down: Material (1982)First solo song.
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Legendary singer Whitney Houston's first lead vocal recording. Three years later, Houston released her historic debut album in 1985. She went on to cement her status as THE VOICE in the music industry before her monumental collapse in front of the public eye. She has since recovered and planning a comeback in 2008 while the world waits...
Unreleased song by this incredible voice. Recorded in 1982 for the album "One Down", credited to the group "Material", before her first album was released. Her voice sounds young, like in her two first albums. The newspaper "The Village Voice" called the song "one of the most gorgeous ballads ever heard". An incredible rare hit. I know, I cannot leave this place for the memories Things like the way they knew us all over town We used to walk the streets together We could be seen Past shops where people knew us Yeah, people knew I've got to choose between tomorrow and yesterday Can't stop to think about my life here today Memories can hang you up and haunt you All your life, you know Get so you cannot stay And yet cannot go Hey, I could find out where you've gone today I feel so unhappy Streets seem so empty now I want you, I want you with me Maybe I'll find someone to get you Off my mind Take me away from here and leave it Leave it all behind Oh, Memories can hang you up and haunt you All your life you know Get so you cannot stay and yet cannot go
Rare Unreleased Track From Whitney Houston. Recorded in 1982 for the album "One Down" before her first album was released. LYRICS: I know, I cannot leave this place for the memories Things like the way they knew us all over town We used to walk the streets together We could be seen Past shops where people knew us Yeah, people knew I've got to choose between tomorrow and yesterday Can't stop to think about my life here today Memories can hang you up and haunt you All your life, you know Get so you cannot stay And yet cannot go Hey, I could find out where you've gone today I feel so unhappy Streets seem so empty now I want you, I want you with me Maybe I'll find someone to get you Off my mind Take me away from here and leave it Leave it all behind Oh, Memories can hang you up and haunt you All your life you know Get so you cannot stay and yet cannot go
One Down marked a distinct shift in sound for Material, the avant-garde downtown pickup group organized around bassist Bill Laswell and keyboardist Michael Beinhorn. The edgy experimentalism that characterized earlier efforts like Temporary Music and Memory Serves is downplayed here in favor of funk and disco tunes delivered with a minimum of weirdness. Sure, it sounds dated but that doesn't make it less attractive. Laswell is a master of funk bass, and with guests like drummer Yogi Horton, guitarist Nile Rodgers and singers Nona Hendryx and Whitney Houston (just before she became a superstar on her own), he didn't really have much chance to go wrong. Highlights include"Take a Chance" and the strutting "I'm the One"; if you want something a little more challenging, check out Archie Shepp's squalling sax solo on the Houston cover of Robert Wyatt's "Memories." This is straight-ahead turn-of-the-80s funk at its old-fashioned best from the folks you'd have least suspected of harboring such sympathies.
This has to be one of the best live versions of "I Will Always Love You" performed by Whitney Houston. RIP Whitney Houston 1963-2012. Performed live at the 1999 VH1 Divas Live Background information Birth name***Whitney Elizabeth Houston Born***August 9,1963,Newark, New Jersey,US Origin***East Orange,New Jersey Genres***R&B, pop,dance,soul,gospel Occupations***Singer,actress,model,film producer,record producer,songwriter Instruments***Vocals,piano Years active***1977--present Labels***Arista (1983--2011)RCA (2011--present) Associated acts***Cissy Houston,Dionne Warwick,Aretha Franklin,Mariah Carey,Bobby Brown,Jermaine Jackson,Enrique Iglesias Official Website: remembering.whitneyhouston.com
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Whitney Houston, the iconic American singer whose battles with drugs, alcohol and ex-husband Bobby Brown marred her star power, has died. She was 48. Houston's publicist confirmed the singer's death to ABC News. The cause of death is not yet known. Six police cars were spotted in front of the Beverly Hilton hotel today, where Houston was staying. TMZ reports that paramedics were called there this afternoon and found Houston unresponsive in her hotel room. According to TMZ, paramedics' attempts at CPR failed and Houston was pronounced dead at 3:55 pm PT. TMZ reports that there were no signs of foul play. Houston was last seen publicly on Thursday, when she appeared disheveled and disoriented in front of a Hollywood nightclub. According to the Hollywood Reporter, she got into an altercation with "X Factor" finalist Stacy Francis on Thursday at an event where she was said to be acting "belligerent." Houston returned to rehab in May of last year seeking treatment for drug and alcohol dependence. "Whitney voluntarily entered the program to support her long-standing recovery process," her publicist said at the time. The six-time Grammy winner staged a comeback in 2009, but was dogged by rumors that she was using drugs again. That year, she told Oprah Winfrey that marijuana laced with cocaine was her substance of choice during her 1992 to 2006 marriage to R&B singer Bobby Brown. They have a daughter together, Houston's only child, Bobbi Kristina Houston Brown. Houston's ...
The AP's Marcela Isaza talks to Whitney Houston's celebrity friends, Cyndi Lauper, Fergie and Kelly Price about their final Houston memories while on the Grammy red carpet. (Feb. 13) Subscribe to the Associated Press: bit.ly Download AP Mobile: www.ap.org Associated Press on Facebook: apne.ws Associated Press on Twitter: apne.ws Associated Press on Google+: bit.ly Subscribe to the Associated Press: bit.ly Download AP Mobile: www.ap.org Associated Press on Facebook: apne.ws Associated Press on Twitter: apne.ws Associated Press on Google+: bit.ly
Welcome Home Heroes, originally aired on HBO in 1991, was probably one of the first full concerts I ever watched on TV. I was 8 years old. Which places Whitney Houston in the same elite group as Michael Jackson and Madonna as the shortlist of artists who deserve ALL the credit for turning this millennial dreamer into a lifelong LOVER of music. 20 years later, 'A Song for You' — performed live in Norfolk, Va., on the heels of one iconic performance at the Super Bowl just two months earlier — is, at the very least, my favorite Whitney Houston performance, if not also one of the first reasons I ever loved music. This performance is how I will remember her. I have faith that history will follow suit. Thank you, Ms. Houston, for sharing your immortal gift with the mortal world. You are legendary.
The cast of the musical "Sparkle" talk about teaching Whitney Houston how to Dougie. Subscribe to the Fuse YouTube channel: bit.ly For more from Fuse, follow us here too Web: fuse.tv Twitter twitter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com
Whitney Houston memory. We are going to miss you Whitney Houston. Thank you so much for your good songs. You have changed our world because of you. Again thank you so much! We always love you Whitney Houston. Whitney Elizabeth Houston (August 9, 1963 -- February 11, 2012) was an American singer, actress, producer, and model. In 2009, the Guinness World Records cited her as the most-awarded female act of all time. Her list of awards includes two Emmy Awards, six Grammy Awards, 30 Billboard Music Awards, and 22 American Music Awards, among a total of 415 career awards as of 2010. Houston was also one of the world's best-selling music artists, having sold over 170 million albums, singles and videos worldwide. Inspired by prominent soul singers in her family, including her mother Cissy Houston, cousins Dionne Warwick and Dee Dee Warwick, and her godmother Aretha Franklin, Houston began singing with New Jersey church's junior gospel choir at age 11. After she began performing alongside her mother in night clubs in the New York City area, she was discovered by Arista Records label head Clive Davis. Houston released seven studio albums and three movie soundtrack albums, all of which have diamond, multi-platinum, platinum or gold certification. Houston was the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hits ("Saving All My Love for You", "How Will I Know", "Greatest Love of All", "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)", "Didn't We Almost Have ...
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