Whitney Houston's first-ever live album to release in November
Producer Clive Davis, who discovered Whitney Houston in early '80s, has announced that a new project of the singer is underway.
Los Angeles: Producer Clive Davis, who discovered Whitney Houston in early '80s, has announced that a new project of the singer is underway.
Titled 'Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances’ will hit shelves on November 10, reported Ace Showbiz.
The project, available as both a 16-live song CD and a 19-performance DVD, will include Houston's performances of 'You Give Good Love' on 'Tonight Show' in 1985, 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at Super Bowl XXV in 1991 and 'I Will Always Love You'.
"She without question was the greatest vocalist in the world. I want history to know that. This CD/DVD will establish that there was no one like her. It's a phenomenal album," Davis said.
"This is her legacy. It was a marvel that she was as powerful and as incredible as she was, but bittersweet that she died too young," he added.
The producer said the deceased star's family supported the project and her mother Cissy Houston even helped him pick out the tracks.
"Whitney truly had a matchless voice that not only made you feel good but made you feel alive," said Houston's sister-in-law Patricia Houston in a statement.
Houston died in 2012.