The Bodyguard's 25th anniversary to be celebrated with new Whitney Houston album I Wish You Love

Re-live Whitney's iconic role as Rachel Marron in the popular movie.

The 25th anniversary of The Bodyguard starring Whitney Houston is being commemorated with a new album featuring unreleased performances by the late singer.

I Wish You Love: More from The Bodyguard will be released on November 17, exactly 25 years to the day that the original soundtrack was released. The Bodyguard's soundtrack is the best-selling soundtrack of all-time globally.

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The new silver anniversary collection will include never-before-released live recordings from Whitney's The Bodyguard Tour (1993-1995), plus alternate versions of the audio recordings used within the movie. A special version of I Will Always Love You will be available on the new collection, which features an additional spoken word intro from Whitney in character as Rachel Marron.

I Wish You Love will be available on CD and digitally, while a limited edition 2LP purple vinyl version will be available at a later date, which is currently undisclosed. A live version of Queen of the Night recorded in 1994 is available today and can be heard below.

Other extras included on I Wish You Love include an A Capella version of Jesus Love You which has never been heard before, and a live recording of Run To You, which Whitney rarely performed live. 

The full tracklisting for I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard is as follows:

1. I Will Always Love You (Alternate Mix)
2. I Have Nothing (Film Version)
3. I'm Every Woman (Clivilles & Cole House Mix I Edit)
4. Run to You (Film Version)
5. Queen of the Night (Film Version)
6. Jesus Loves Me (Film Version)
7. Jesus Loves Me (A Capella Version)
8. I Will Always Love You (Film Version)
9. I Have Nothing (Live)
10. Run to You (Live)
11. Jesus Loves Me / He's Got The Whole World In His Hands (Live)
12. Queen of the Night (Live)
13. I Will Always Love You (Live)
14. I’m Every Woman (Live)

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