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My Love Is Your Love

October 30, 2007 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 16, 1998
  • Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Label: Arista
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  • Total Length: 1:00:35
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  • ASIN: B00138KLNO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (400 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,960 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By David M. Sulkers on December 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I have been a long-standing fan of Mr.s Whitney for years now, and for great reason. She is one of the greatset POP/R&B singers on the market. Her work is always origional, though she may not write any of it, she does choose songs that focus on her voice rather than the image or the appeal. This si exactly what this album does. There are some beat heavey groves on this disc, and with Whitney's beautiful, full voice we get the whole package. 'It's Not Right But It's Okay' already a single of the past (I think No.4 on the charts) is a great up-tempo song, filled with wonderful harmony and lyrics. 'When You Believe' her duet with my fav. Mariah Carey, is a great song that should have been bigger than it was. Because it wasn't /mainstream' pop it didn't get its play time, which is strange 'cause between the two of these diva's (I hate that word!) they have had 25 No.1 hits and 91 weeks at No.1. Go figure? The title track and 'If I Told You That' both shine as does 'In My Buisiness' with Missy Elliot. The ballad 'I Learned From The Best' shows Whitney in top vocal form, and one can feel the music rather than just hear it. There are only a few artists out there who go to another level when singing (Michael Jackson being one, and possibly Celine or Mariah) and they take you with them. Great song. 'Oh Yesy' had suggestive lyrics, but you know what, it shines too! 'Until You Come Back' is a great love-huts balld, as is 'I Bow Out'. This whole damn CD is great, from start to finish, you don't get that very often. I listen to every song on this labum, they never get boring, repetitive or repulsive. Their great! She's done it again! Like on 'The Bodygurad' or 'I'm Your Baby Tonight' or 'Whitney Houston' this one shines fuller and brighter than even those did. Great CD! Five out of Five.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 16, 1999
Format: Audio CD
After enduring years of listening to the same predictable material from Whitney, she managed to surprise me with the release of My Love Is Your Love. The album is full of surprises, she was able to do different musical genres and still sound incredible! She has a more hip, R&B/hip-hop sound to this album, and the catchy, R&B/hip-hop tracks like "If I Told You That", "In My Business" and "Get It Back" are great beat-driven tracks, but the beat doesn't overshadow her incredible voice. She also has a great deal of raggae influence on the title track, which is one of my favorite songs on the album. The too-hyped duet with Mariah Carey didn't impress me, that has got to be the weakest point on this album. There are some R-Kelly-style R&B jams as well like the hit "Heartbreak Hotel" with Faith Evans and Kelly Price, and the Missy Elliot-produced "Oh Yes"---my favorite track on the album, her voice sounds rich and crystal clear on that song. For vintage Whitney fans, there are still those powerhouse ballads like "Until You Come Back" that sounds similar to "I Have Nothing", the touching "You'll Never Stand Alone", "I Bow Out" and the incredible "I Learned from the Best"---her new single. This album doesn't alienate any genre without seemingly trying to do so, unlike Mariah Carey. I absolutely love it and it's probably her best work ever!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 8, 2009
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When it has came right down to it, there honestly haven't been very exciting albums lately. But honestly, there are a lot of classics we are right now listening to in R&B lately. In the wake of Michael Jackson's death, many people have begun to discover what talent Jackson had left behind for so many generations. While he unfortunately didn't make that comeback that he was attempting to, another legend is set to come back into the public eye, Whitney Houston. Not only to remind fans of how powerful her voice still is for her upcoming 25th Anniversary, but also because of her anticipated record, I Look To You. But there are those who sadly have written Whitney off as a joke because of the vices that she had went through, and a heartbreaking divorce with Bobby Brown, they should also be strongly re-introduced to her elequent voice too, and why we still have fell in love with Whitney's strong songs. But in the meantime, her classics from her last few albums with Arista have finally been re-released on CD, after being out of print for awhile, and it really is time to feel that love again.

The 2009 re-release of Whitney Houston's 1998 album My love Is Your Love is definitely worth taking a strong listen too, all over again. Her last record with Clive Davis heading Arista & then Clive leaving a few years later to form J Records, and also right at the time before her personal problems came around in the media. The songs really sound great all over again and have been remastered nicely, with a strong and dominant mix of Hip Hop, Urban R&B, and contemporary Soul, it definitely has still been Whitney's best record yet.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ben McDermott on April 7, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Whitney Hosuton does it again. After eight years without a solo release, she comes back with an incredible album full of touching ballads and great hip hop flavoured tracks. On My Love Is Your Love Whitney works with a variety of music biggest produces to create the album of her life. Key tracks on the album include "Heartbreak Hotel" her recent top ten with Kelly Price and Faith Evans. This is the most soulful single in years and is the best example of an R@B classic. Whitney's oscar award duet with Mariah Carey "When You Believe" is a powerful song that did not get the attention it desereved from radio. Whitney's voice is stronger on the track but Carey delievers an equally emotional performance on a song that should have been a number one smash. "If I Told You That" produced by the great Rodney Jerkins is a bouncy hip hop number which will appeal to a new generation of Whitney fans. Diane Warren lends three tracks to the album including "I Bow Out" which is produced by both Jerkins and Babyface (Can You Believe It). The song's incredible bass line will have you hooked instantly. Another Warren track is "I Learned From The Best" produced by David Foster. It is a grand ballad which features Whitney in all her glory, however the track maybe a bit over-produced. The album's best track Warren's "You Never Stand Alone". It is a warm ballad full of lush strings and Whitney delievering her most laid back perforance since "You Were Loved" from The Preacher's Wife". This album has something for everybody and Whitney proves that she is still one of the best in the business.
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