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I'm Your Baby Tonight (Mini Lp Sleeve) [Import]

Whitney Houston Audio CD
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Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve.

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5.0 out of 5 stars I'm your Baby Tonight April 3 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is an excellant dvd. I am so glad I purchased it from Amazon back in March 2012. The music is so clear and uplifting along with Whitney Houston's voice.

Hal Jewell
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Nearly two decades after its initial release, it's shocking to read this album as some kind of prophecy of what would eventually happen in Whitney Houston's private life. Hindsight enables the attentive listener to draw parallels between many of these songs and her troubled life in the years that followed the release of this album. Her troubled marriage with Bobby Brown would eventually live up to the subtext of songs like "Anymore", "My name is not Susan" or "Who do you love"; that subtext being a man unable to live up to his promises or too caught up in his own ego to truly commit. Listening to Houston sing lines such as "Will you sentence me to be your lover for life ?" or "When you get down to it, I belong to you" was initially a sweet and romantic statement, but it gets a whole new meaning amidst the many allegations of domestic abuse and infidelities that flew by over the years - culminating in Whitney admitting to substance abuse and eventually divorcing Brown in 2006.

It's sad, however, that the music itself is not as fascinating as the gossip. This album found Whitney slowly turning her back on the audience that made her famous and desperately going for an "urban" sound that was utterly generic; Whitney's voice may have been unique, but records like these were a dime a dozen by the late 80s and early 90s, and they haven't aged gracefully at all. While many subsequent rumours of drug abuse have marred Houston's reputation as a vocalist, on this album she was still in total control of her voice; the problem lies on production, which is cluttered and generic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whitney's Greatest CD July 19 2004
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Format:Audio CD
If I were alive in 1990 I would have bought 3 CDs. "Mariah Carey", "Wilson Phillips", and "I'm Your Baby Tonight". This CD is truly Whitney's best. Each of the songs are so unique and great to dance to or just ponder over. "I'm Your Baby Tonight" is the dancey-romantic song of the album (every album has one) while "All the Man I Need" is the slow romantic song (another essential of any album). "I Belong To You" is the best and most underrated track on the album. "Who Do You Love" is another great of this album. Surprisingly "We Didn't Know" with Stevie Wonder isn't the best duet Whitney's ever done. "My Name is Not Susan" is a funny song, while "Anymore" is another album jewel. This was Whitney's last studio album for 8 years, but it filled the gap perfectly. Bottom Line: While many don't like this album, it's Whitney's best!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Very dissapointing July 16 2004
By JAB..
Format:Audio CD
This was a weak very weak follow up to her previous 1987 hit "Whitney". Many poor tracks. Best track is All The MAn I Need.
Whitney, drugs can ruin your voice and that is clear that thats what happened here. AVOID DRUGS AND THIS ALBUM!
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3.0 out of 5 stars STILL WORTH BUYING HER WORST ALBUM June 14 2004
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whitney's soul! and unreleased videos Feb. 27 2004
Format:Audio CD
Let's start off iwth the killer track"I'm your baby tonight"
Which was produced by babay face and La reid,it was a mesh between,face and whitney.When whitney starts the song off with na eeh na eeh na ehh yeah" you know from that moment on was aface song, I enjoyed listening to this cd.
Remember back in teh day people use to buy the cd because of the single,and never ventured into listening to any other songs......until they became singles.
Well, this was the first cd the I brought that I listened to from the begining to the end.Songs that stood out was"my name is not susan" which there was a video for and wasn't included on the greatest hits for some strange reason.It show whitney's acting skills,and also show you whitney with a edge,the remixed version featured "monie love". Miracle" was also a single that touched me in many ways,there was also a video for that single,it was shown in black and white,to show that we all are hopes and dreams.but one of my fav cuts on the cd was"i belong to you" and that was also a video,it showed clips of my name is not susan,with a story line, the one thing that is sad that majority of these videos might not be ever seen again!
So it you find it down the road on ebay or something capture it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whitney's best ballad is on this album. Dec 20 2003
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Format:Audio CD
Sure the singles like "My Name Is Not Susan" and "I'm Your Baby Tonight" are some of her best to date, but the real highlight is "All The Man That I Need." I can't believe it didn't do as well as "I Will Always Love You." It's so much better!! Buy it for that ballad alone. This album was so underrated!
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1.0 out of 5 stars WHITNEY TRYIN' TO BE PEBBLES OR PAULA ABDUL? Oct. 27 2003
Format:Audio CD
When Whitney aproached to make her third album she stood by some old time friends, but she managed to team up with the famous producing team of Babyface and LA Reid, somehow that came as a tragical direction for Whitney...she sounded like she wanted to fit in a musical style that wasn't her...but great tracks came as a result "My Name Is Not Susan" although the title is corny and stupid...the song chorus and beat managed to stay in a great taste that captures the late 80's beats, "I'm Your Baby Tonight" first single managed to reached #1 , gracefully because it was a Whitney Houston but it was really far from Whitney's classic upbeat songs, "All The Man That I Need" is one of the songs that really stand aside from the filler cuts that crowed this LP, and surprise this wasn't produced by Babyface....so this album should be call the album that "almost" killed Houston career, saved later by The Bodyguard smashing soundtrack.
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