- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: May 16, 2000
- Label: Arista
Vibe - 8/00, p.165
"...Timeless tunes and remixed classics....pure pop-soul magic....Houston remains an invincible artist."
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 1.You Give Good Love
- 2.Saving All My Love For You
- 3.Greatest Love Of All
- 4.All At Once
- 5.If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful
- 6.Didn't We Almost Have It All
- 7.Where Do Broken Hearts Go
- 8.All The Man That I Need
- 9.Run To You
- 10.I Have Nothing
- 11.I Will Always Love You
- 12.Exhale (Shoop Shoop)
- 13.Why Does It Hurt So Bad
- 14.I Believe In You And Me
- 15.Heartbreak Hotel (Featuring Faith Evans, & Kelly Price)
- 16.My Love Is Your Love
- 17.Same Script, Different Cast (Duet With Deborah Cox)
- 18.Could I Have This Kiss Forever (Duet With Enrique Iglesias) (Metro Mix)
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 2.If I Told You That (Whitney Houston & George Michael)
- 3.It's Not Right But It's Okay (Thunderpuss Mix)
- 4.My Love Is Your Love (Jonathan Peters Mix)
- 5.Heartbreak Hotel (Featuring Faith Evans And Kelly Price) (Hex Nector Mix)
- 6.I Learned From The Best (HQ2 Mix)
- 7.Step By Step (Junour Vasquez Mix)
- 8.I'm Every Woman (Clivilles & Cole Mix)
- 9.Queen Of The Night (CJ MacIntosh Mix)
- 10.I Will Always Love You (Hex Rector Mix)
- 11.Love Will Save The Day (Jellybean & David Morales Mix)
- 12.I'm Your Baby Tonight (Dronez Mix)
- 13.So Emotional (David Morales Mix)
- 14.I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) (Junior Vasquez Mix)
- 15.How Will I Know (Junior Vasquez Mix)
- 16.Greatest Love Of All (Juniour Vasquez Mix)
- 17.One Moment In Time
- 18.The Star Spangled Banner (Performed Live 1/27/91 at Super Bowl XXV)
Personnel includes: Whitney Houston, Deborah Cox, Kelly Price, George Michael, Jermaine Jackson, Faith Evans, Enrique Iglesias.
Producers include: Raphael Saadiq, Q-Tip, David Foster, Rodney Jerkins, Wyclef Jean.
Includes liner notes by Amy Linden.
It should come as no surprise that a woman who counts Dionne Warwick as a cousin, Aretha Franklin as a family friend, and whose mother was a legendary session and gospel singer, became a phenomenally successful R&B act. Perhaps more surprising is that it took 17 years after first signing with Arista for Whitney Houston to produce her first greatest hits album.
These hits are neatly compartmentalized into a "Cool Down" and a "Throw Down" disc, the former featuring ballads such as "Saving All My Love for You," while the latter showcases remixes of Whitney's uptempo singles such as "How Will I Know." Four new songs, three of which are duets, are also included. At the time of release, her golden voice had led to 16 Number 1 hits (that's two more than Madonna), an Emmy, Grammys and several notable collaborations. A stocking-filler for years to come, we'll wager.