http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZoohvtxjB8&list=FLGlYYBOepUtZpOi6KkL7rbg&index=3&feature=plpp_videotherealestMC wrote:spiritboy wrote:MissConspiracy wrote:EDIT:Gugarko wrote:Greatest voice EVER
Honestly I believe the whole I'm Your Baby Tonight album is incredibly underrated. It lacks the ubersappy pop that IMO bogged the debut album down and it didn't have the filler her second did. In her career, it was largely seen as the calm before the explosion of The Bodyguard but as a whole the album deserves to be better remembered. Glad it at least re-entered the top 40 in the US as a result of the sales spike following her passing.therealestMC wrote:Finally someone who agrees!NothingFails wrote:My Name Is Not Susan is life
HANDS DOWN the best song on that album!!! and one of my top5 whitney songs! Deserved a video and everything!therealestMC wrote:Trailer looks good.
"You Were Loved" from The Preacher's Wife is so ironic and sad now.
Wow.herb wrote:Just saw Glee's "How Will I Know"...wow. it is breathtaking.
"Where You Are" gives me goosebumps. I also love "You're Still My Man". I can listen to "Whitney" album over and over again.JSparksFan wrote:Whitney's voice has sent me on a trip to Heaven tonight. "I'm Your Baby Tonight", "You're Still My Man", and "Where You Are" have been slaying my ears. Such a gifted artist!
Brilliant cover. Whitney would however toss in he grave for this:Titan3510 wrote:Wow.herb wrote:Just saw Glee's "How Will I Know"...wow. it is breathtaking.
Just when I thought I wasn't going to come across a Glee cover worth purchasing.
Whitney would be proud.
r u kidding? That and Believe were practically the most overplayed stereotypical songs in every gay club in the late 90s. The remix was a #1 smash on the dance charts months before radio and MTV started playing it.Titan3510 wrote:How is "It's Not Right But It's Okay" a stereotypical gay song?