Whitney Houston live album announced – see tracklisting

Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances will be released later this year.

A live album featuring performances from the late US singer Whitney Houston is set to be released in the UK later this year.

Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances will be released in the UK on November 10 and includes performances from The Brit Awards, The Grammy Awards and the Super Bowl.

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Check out the full tracklisting for Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances below:

01 Home (The Merv Griffin Show)
02 You Give Good Love (The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson)
03 How Will I Know (The Brit Awards)
04 One Moment in Time (The 31st Annual Grammy Awards)
05 Greatest Love of All (That's What Friends Are For: Arista Records 15th Anniversary Concert)
06 I Wanna Dance with Somebody (That's What Friends Are For: Arista Records 15th Anniversary Concert)
07 The Star Spangled Banner FT The Florida Orchestra (Super Bowl XXV)
08 All The Man That I Need (Welcome Home Heroes)
09 I'm Your Baby Tonight (Welcome Home Heroes)
10 A Song for You (Welcome Home Heroes)
11 Medley: I Loves You, Porgy / And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going / I Have Nothing (The 21st Annual American Music Awards)
12 I'm Every Woman (The Concert for a New South Africa)
13 I Will Always Love You (The Concert for a New South Africa)
14 My Love Is Your Love (Late Show with David Letterman)
15 I Believe in You and Me (The 16th Annual World Music Awards)
16 I Didn't Know My Own Strength (The Oprah Winfrey Show)

Chart Facts

Whitney Houston has scored 36 UK Top 40 singles with Saving All My Love For You (1985), I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)(1987), One Moment In Time (1988) and I Will Always Love You (1992) all hitting the Number 1 spot.

Whitney has also claimed 11 UK Top 40 albums with Whitney (1987) and The Greatest hits (2000) taking the top spot.

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