Whitney Houston ‎– I'm Every Woman

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Arista ‎– 07822-12520-1
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Gatefold
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A1 I'm Every Woman (Every Woman House / Club Mix)
Edited By – Ricky Crespo, Robert ClivillésEngineer [Mix] – Bob RosaProgrammed By – James Alfano*
10:14
A2 I'm Every Woman (Every Woman's Beat)
Edited By – Ricky Crespo, Robert ClivillésEngineer [Mix] – Bob RosaProgrammed By – James Alfano*
4:11
B I'm Every Woman (Clivillés & Cole House Mix 1)
Engineer [Mix] – Acar S. Key*
10:37
C I'm Every Woman (Clivillés & Cole House Mix 2)
Engineer [Mix] – Acar S. Key*
10:54
D1 I'm Every Woman (The C & C Dub)
Engineer [Mix] – Acar S. Key*
10:03
D2 I'm Every Woman (A Capella Mix)
Engineer [Mix] – Acar S. Key*
4:27

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Additional production and mix by Robert Clivillés & David Cole for Cole / Clivillés Music Enterprises. Even Mo' Additional Production and remixed with Love by Robert Clivillés & David Cole.

From the 6X PLATINUM and #1 album "The Bodyguard," the Original Soundtrack to the Warner Bros. Motion Picture starring Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, which includes the #1 all-time hit "I Will Always Love You," and "I Have Nothing."

Published by Nick-O-Val Music Co. (ASCAP).
℗ 1993 Arista Records, Inc.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
07822-12520-2 Whitney Houston I'm Every Woman(CD, Maxi) Arista 07822-12520-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
01286106015 Whitney Houston I'm Every Woman (House Mixes)(12") Arista 01286106015 Colombia 1993 Sell This Version
07822-12519-4 Whitney Houston I'm Every Woman(Cass, Single) Arista 07822-12519-4 US 1993 Sell This Version
74321 13150 7 Whitney Houston I'm Every Woman(7", Single) Arista 74321 13150 7 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
74321131501, 74321 13150 1 (3A) Whitney Houston I'm Every Woman(12", Maxi) Arista, Arista 74321131501, 74321 13150 1 (3A) Spain 1993 Sell This Version

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Rom1fromParis

Rom1fromParis

August 15, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This is, for me, the perfect epitomy of what a "classic" is. Everytime I listen to it I get goosebumps, because of the strong emotion carried by Whitney's voice. It could have seemed pretty challenging to make a cover of Chaka Khan song, but at this time Whitney, Narada AND Clivilles & Cole were definitely at the top, and nothing could stop them ! It's a pity Whitney finally came to release commercial crap when wee see what she could do ... The structure of the song in itself is very interesting : first Whintey's voice alone with the piano and some powerful backing vocals, then C&C instrumental part, then voice+instrumental (listen to David Cole mad keyboard parts !), and then 7 minutes of a garage rollercoaster, using all sorts of tricks and effects, dub and overdubs. A real masterpiece, as a well a masterclass for beginners in dance music production ! THAT is dance music