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 Whitney Houston-Live CD

Heres Whitney at one of her very best concerts filmed live in front of the troops of the Naval Air Station in Norfolk USA in April 1991. Track listing includes a spiritual "I wanna dance with somebody" which energetically starts the show and gracefully moves into "Saving all my love for you". After performing a string of her dance hits including "How will I know" and "My Name is not Susan" Whitney's back to soothe it all down with a medley of her "luurve" songs.(including "Didn't we almost have it all"/ "A House is not a Home" and "Where do broken hearts go").Then Whitney sings "A Song for You" ( you really have to hear this one! WOW! vocally its perfect! Then its time to go back to church as Whitney and the band belt out "Revelation is here" followed by a couple of hits from the "I'm your Baby Tonight" C.D. and just when you think Whitney can't get any better she disappears offstage for a quick change of clothes and returns to deliver her anthem "The Greatest Love of All."  

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Kylie Minogue Audio CD
 

BBC Review

Who’d have thought that little old Charlene would, in two short, sweet decades, go from the original soapstar superstar to a well-loved British treasure whose album releases are up there with the goings on in Parliament in terms of national interest?

It’s probably something that intrigues Kylie herself, given the fact she’s still a proud Australian, but over here, we tend to get a bit more involved with celebrities than our Antipodean cousins, and so much has happened to Kylie since 2003’s Body Language that she’s barely ever been out of the spotlight.

There’s been the tragedy and triumph of her battle against breast cancer, a worldwide Greatest Hits tour, gallery showings for the entire wardrobe of show costumes, the release of her first children’s book and even a role as the Magic Roundabout’s Florence – it makes you wonder how she’s found time for music.

Somehow though, she has. X, her tenth studio long player, is an album packed with vitality and, as always with Kylie’s releases, oodles of fun.

Some time back, the pop princess started using the Madonna model for remaining relevant - only collaborate with the cutting edge - and so it is with X.

Alongside her usual suspects of Cathy Dennis, Guy Chambers and Richard Stannard, there’s also production duties for Scottish knob-twiddler Calvin Harris and supercool duo Freemasons, though sadly White Diamond, the Scissor Sisters collaboration that debuted on the Showgirl tour, hasn’t made it as far as this album.

What has instead is a fine selection of pop gems. The current trend for electro is one that was always going to suit Kylie and it’s one that she’s used right through X - whether it’s on the slinky "Like A Drug", robotic toe-tapper "Speakerphone", "Nu-di-ty’s" staccato or the disco fun of "Stars" - to great effect.

Thankfully, it’s not all beats, treats and squeaks. Kylie has never been a one-trick pony and the cabaret big band fun of lead single "2 Hearts" is as wonderfully camp as anything she has ever done, though even that is topped by "The One", which follows in her fine tradition of making songs capable of both breaking your heart and shaking your rump.

The biggest compliment that can be paid to X is simply that it is an album capable of gobbling up column inches regardless of the popularity of or media interest in Kylie. National treasure she may be, but she’s not about to start resting on her laurels

X (Audio CD) I have heard this album several times now. I was interested to see what it would be like after such a gap. It's been a long time since Kylie released a truly great record. 'I Believe In You' might have a been a classic Kylie single, but the 'Body Language' album was in my opinion a disappointment overall - despite some great moments like 'Slow', 'Still Standing' and 'Sweet Music'.

I've liked Kylie since the beginning. I've always wanted her to do well, create classic records. I'll admit being nervous about 'X'. '2 Hearts' does not sound like anything else on this album. It seems to have caused a spilt with other fans. I think it makes more sense when it's heard here on the album.

What I think about 'X' is this. I think it's by far the best 'album' Kylie has made. There are loads of songs on it which could make it as singles. Personally, the dark electro 'Like A Drug', the Calvin Harris penned sugar-rush euphoria of 'In My Arms', the slightly Europop-ness (in a good way) of 'The One' and the Cathy Dennis 'Wow' (which I think sound like a cross between 'Love At First Sight' and Madonna's 'Holiday') are for me the standouts. They could all be classic Kylie singles. There are very few - if any if I'm being honest - that I dislike.

As an artist, this is a really important album for Kylie so she can re-establish herself musically. As we all know, she's been away. But it's brilliant. It's absolutely her, the sleeve art is gorgeous, the songs really stand up, and they also sound ace very, very loud. This is the Kylie album I've been waiting (and hoping) for. It's so great to have her back looking and sounding better than ever.


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