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I am a fresh Houston fan since they acquired Brian Hoyer from Cleveland (He will be a lot better than most fans are expecting). However I will tell you this, Cleveland has literally 10 to 15 times the football coverage that Houston does. It makes me think that the Houston fans just don't have nearly as much interest about what's going on with their squad as Cleveland Browns fans do. It's very, very, very weak coverage.
Yall couldnt care less about anyone outside if the 3 cities you apparently think are the only ones in texas... much less smaller schools. I would bet my life there are a lot of little city athletes that would create a lot of of your bigger town children be envious. I installed this app... and uninstalled it immediately.
Kinda worthless. The fresh ver just goes to their website, and it has so much problem with addresses that it's easier to email or call in an problem than use the app. Our address is extremely easy, and there's only one cross street, but the website can't figure it out. Not like the town really wants to pick up our recycling anyway...
I love reading the paper on my Kindle (hands stay a lot cleaner) and do not have all of that wasted paper. Only reason not 5 stars is because about twice a month I do not obtain the current edition and every once in a while it does not download until mid-morning.
Arista Records celebrates the 25th anniversary release of Whitney Houston's debut album with a satisfying dose of nostalgia. The deluxe edition features improved CD sound quality, five gift tracks, and an expanded booklet.A 41-minute DVD accompanies the CD, including rare TV performance clips, unique interviews from Houston and Arista record executive Clive Davis, and promotional melody videos from the album. In his interview, Davis, who discovered Houston at an Upper West Side nightclub in Fresh York, reveals the excitement he felt hearing Houston's voice for the first time, describing it as "a natural vocal gift."That natural vocal bonus lay the foundation for Whitney Houston's eponymously-titled first studio album, a blend of ballads, duets, and mid-tempo dance songs. The balladry yields the best moments on the album--the carefully-chosen material allowing Houston's strong voice to soar effortlessly over wonderful vocal heights in "You Give Amazing Love," "Saving All My Love for You," and "Greatest Love of All." It remains a feat that few contemporary singers in pop melody have been able to e album closes with the tender "Hold Me," Houston's duet with the late Teddy Pendergrass, a song that first appeared on Pendergrass' 1984 album Love Language (a full year prior to Houston's debut release).(Collector's note: One minor oversight in the reissue was to contain the more famous single remix of "How Will I Know" instead of the original mix of the song, which first appeared on early editions of the 1985 album. This now-elusive mix started differently and used an alternate vocal during the bridge solo.)Greatest Hits of All: Saving All My Love for You, You Give Amazing Love, How Will I Know, Greatest Love of All
In my opinion, a worthless Liberal Ragg, not worthy of being called a legitimate or believable publication/newspaper. I obtain it for Sports news only. I heard they have lost 100's of thousands of subscribers. All they need to do is begin reporting both sides of the political spectrum. Just be FAIR AND BALANCED with FACTS, NOT FAKE NEWS and subscribers will flock back!
The past several years have been very hard for Whitney Houston. But, she proved that she still is a driven voice to be heard loud and clear. With her comeback album I Look To You going platinum latest month, and topping the Billboard charts in 6 countries worldwide, and debuting at #1 here, the globe has deeply been reminded how strong her songs have remained after all this time. For Whitney, it is also a time to celebrate not just being honored as the BET Honors Entertainer Of The Year for 2010, but for a icon whom is celebrating her 25th Anniversary. This year marks the 25th Anniversary since "The Voice" created her landmark first album, that the globe fell in love with heart and soul. Now, Whitney's debut album has been re-issued and the voice still shines brightly as e 2010 re-release of Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition, celebrates Whitney's 25th Anniversary, and the makings of how Whitney created her method all the method to the top. All of the songs from the original album have been remastered brilliantly from begin to finish, and contain a few fresh surprises here as well. The collection contains all of the classic songs that were just amazing including the chart-toppers How Will I Know, You Give Amazing Love, Saving All My Love For You, her signature song The Greatest Love Of All, All At Once, and Keep Me with the recently departed Teddy Pendergrass. There are a few fresh additions as well, including a few dance mixes that are fair, but a surprising Acapella ver of How Will I Know, which sounds amazing. Just the simplicity of that signature song, by the tone of Whitney's voice is one of the few remixes that is worth the e DVD also works well, as Whitney and the producer whom discovered her, Clive Davis brings out their takes on the beginning when Whitney sang backup for her mother, all the method to her debut on the Merv Griffin present back in 1983 singing Home. There are also a few performances here too that are surprising, including her performance of the song from Dreamgirls, I Am Changing, to all of the 4 melody videos that helped in the lanuch of the l in all, if you've never owned Whitney Houston's very first album, or if you've been a hard core fan of Whitney for years, this is definitely a must buy for your melody collection. Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition is a really amazing re-release that works well from begin to finish, and a defining reason why Whitney has been giving us amazing love, and amazing songs after all these years in the spotlight. I absolutely recommend this bum Cover: A-Songs: B+DVD Extras: A-Price: B+Remastering: A-Overall: B+
anyone who's been a fan of whitney's over the past 25 years will appreciate this newly remastered and reissued debut album. this album brings back so a lot of memories for me. the remastering is flawless. they restored the original ver of Greatest Love of All. i was thrilled to have the jellybean remix of How Will I Know. the best part is the dvd, with the videos, rare live footage, and latest whitney/clive interview. thanks, whitney/clive! i hope they do the same for her 2nd and 3rd album (celebrating it's 20th anniversary this year).