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In 1990, Arista Records turned 15 years old and celebrated the occasion with a Radio City anniversary concert named for Dionne & Friends' chart-topping "That's What Friends Are For." Performers and guests included Hall & Oates, Patti Smith, Carly Simon, Whoopi Goldberg and Exposé, but one of the highlights came when Whitney Houston jogged to the stage for a glorious, effortless take on her 1987 hit "I Wanna Dance With Somebody."

The show originally aired on CBS and has long been bootlegged, but here, watch the proper, high-quality version of Houston's spectacular performance – the version that will appear on the forthcoming Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances compilation. Out November 10th, the two-disc set spans from "Home" (recorded on The Merv Griffin Show in 1983) to "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" (recorded on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2009), and also includes three songs from her "Welcome Home Heroes" special and her Super Bowl XXV "Star Spangled Banner." The full tracklist –and a pre-order link – is available here.

Watch the video and read more at Rolling Stone.

Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody (1990)
#TBT Whitney's first live CD/DVD ‘Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances’ is coming on November 10, and @VEVO has your first look. Watch “All The Man That I Need” (Live) below:

This is an image from the Warwick Saint photoshoot for My Love Is Your Love tour book, CD etc. Whitney loved these images and the fabulous Dolce & Gabbana clothing that they designed for her for the tour.

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Whitney loved to perform for her fans. Here she is from the "Nothing But Love" tour which traveled through Asia and Europe in 2010.

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This was the official photo by HBO to announce Whitney's "Classic Whitney" HBO Special, which took place in 1997 in Washington, D.C. It was 2 concerts and people sometimes forget that the shows were also a benefit for The Children's Defense Fund. Whitney donated a quarter of a million dollars to the fund from these shows.

Whitney Houston’s first-ever live album features the icon’s most memorable live performances, available on both CD and CD/DVD

New York, NY – September 16, 2014 – Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, has announced plans to release Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances, on Monday November 10th. The six-time Grammy-award winning singer’s first-ever live album features the most memorable live performances from her storied career. The album will also be available as a CD/DVD, which includes stunning videos of Houston’s most unforgettable performances, reinforcing her as one of the greatest vocalists of all time. Both the audio and visual content have undergone state of the art restoration and remastering.

Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances

Whitney performed at World Music Awards in Monte Carlo in 1994 at the height of The Bodyguard's popularity. She received an unprecedented 5 awards that night! The World Music Awards has Prince Albert of Monaco as one of its patrons and supporters. Whitney also did a performance at the 2004 World Music Awards in Las Vegas, which honored Clive Davis that evening.

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Whitney, her mother Cissy and her father John at home in East Orange, New Jersey early on in Whitney's career. This was from the early mid-80s.

This photo is from The Soul Divas Tour, a special tour of Whitney, Dionne Warwick and Natalie Cole that took place in July of 2004 outside the U.S. They did dates in Germany and in Asia. Each did their own sets but Whitney teamed with Dionne for "Wishin' and Hopin'" and all three did "That's What Friends are For" at the end of the show.

Whitney onstage in Johannesburg, South Africa during her special shows in South Africa in 1994.

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