My Love Is Your Love [Australia Bonus Remix CD]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
For all intents and purposes, Whitney Houston retired from being a full-fledged recording artist after her third album, 1990s I'm Your Baby Tonight, choosing to be a Streisand-like celebrity who cultivated a career through movies, soundtrack contributions, and social appearances. She may have been content to continue in that direction for many years if Arista president Clive Davis didn't push her into recording My Love Is Your Love, her first album in eight years, which easily ranks among her best. Never before has Houston tried so many different sounds or tried so hard to be hip. It's one thing to work with Babyface, the standard-bearer of smooth soul in the ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
For all intents and purposes, Whitney Houston retired from being a full-fledged recording artist after her third album, 1990s I'm Your Baby Tonight, choosing to be a Streisand-like celebrity who cultivated a career through movies, soundtrack contributions, and social appearances. She may have been content to continue in that direction for many years if Arista president Clive Davis didn't push her into recording My Love Is Your Love, her first album in eight years, which easily ranks among her best. Never before has Houston tried so many different sounds or tried so hard to be hip. It's one thing to work with Babyface, the standard-bearer of smooth soul in the '90s, but it's quite another to hire Wyclef Jean, Lauren Hill, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, and Q-Tip -- all cutting-edge artists (albeit on the accessible side of the cutting edge), the kind who never would have been associated with Houston in the late '80s. The gambit works. There is still a fair share of David Foster-produced adult contemporary ballads, but the true news is on the up-tempo and mid-tempo dance numbers. In fact, the songs that feel the stiffest are the big production numbers; tellingly, they're the songs that are the most reminiscent of old-school Houston. That's not to say she can no longer belt out ballads convincingly -- in fact, the best ballads are where she restrains herself, delivering them with considerable nuance. Houston has never been quite so subtle before, nor has she ever shown this desire to branch out musically. That alone would be reason enough to rank My Love is Your Love among her more interesting albums, but the fact that it works more often than not pushes it into the top rank of her recorded work. [The Australian special edition features a second five track disc of remixes]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/19/1999
  • Label: Bmg Int'l
  • UPC: 078221462129
  • Catalog Number: 14621

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Whitney Houston Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Sue Ann Carwell Background Vocals
Shanice Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Jerry Barnes Bass
Tom Barney Bass
Mariah Carey Vocals, Track Performer
Sheila E. Percussion
Nathan East Bass
Melvin Edmonds Choir, Chorus
Loris Holland Celeste
Mark Kibble Choir, Chorus
Larry Kimpel Bass
Ricky Lawson Drums
Jeff Mironov Sitar
Rob Paparozzi Harmonica
Eric Rigler Low Whistle
Faith Evans Track Performer
Damon Thomas Conductor
Michael Hart Thompson Guitar
William Ross Conductor
Sharlotte Gibson Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Bill K. Myers Conductor
Kelly Price Track Performer
Gavin Greenaway Conductor
Sherrod Barnes Guitar
Dion Allen Choir, Chorus
Toni Estes Background Vocals
Ali Boudris Acoustic Guitar
Beverly Crowder Background Vocals
Krystal Wilson Choir, Chorus
Syretha Smith Choir, Chorus
Nathan Walton Choir, Chorus
Jamie Siegel Electric Guitar
Shakira Atily Background Vocals
Joy Enriquez Choir, Chorus
Daryl Hawes Choir, Chorus
Kenya Ivey Choir, Chorus
Lisa Ivey Choir, Chorus
Nathan Ivey Choir, Chorus
Tavia Ivey Choir, Chorus
Tiffany Squire Background Vocals
J. Valentine Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Babyface Composer
Whitney Houston Producer, Vocal Arrangements
David Foster Arranger, Producer, keyboard arrangements
Tim Boyle Engineer
Henry Cosby Composer
Clive Davis Producer
Felipe Elgueta Engineer
Humberto Gatica Engineer
Brad Gilderman Engineer
Jean-Marie Horvat Engineer
Manny Marroquin Engineer
Spec rhythm arrangement, keyboard arrangements
Kendal Stubbs Engineer
Ryan Toby Vocal Assistance
Tommy Vicari Engineer
Diane Warren Composer
Stevie Wonder Composer
Hans Zimmer Arranger
Rodney Jerkins Composer, Producer, String Arrangements, drum programming, keyboard arrangements
Kelvin Bradshaw Composer
Sylvia Moy Composer
Lloyd Turner Composer
Tony Dawsey Mastering
William Ross Arranger
Missy Elliott Composer, Producer
Wyclef Jean Composer, Producer
Commissioner Gordon Engineer
Bill K. Myers Arranger
Paul Boutin Engineer
Christopher Stern Art Direction
Lauryn Hill Arranger, Producer
Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis Composer
LaShawn Daniels Composer
Toni Estes Composer
Isaac Phillips Composer
E'lyk Engineer
Loren Dawson String Arrangements
Stephen Schwartz Composer
Dana Chappelle Engineer
Robby Pardlo Vocal Assistance
Reggie Jackson rhythm arrangement
Lula Mae Hardaway Composer
Che Guevara drum programming
C. Schack Composer
K. Karlin Composer
D. Simmons Composer
T. Savage Composer
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