Whitney Houston Live ~ Didn't We Almost Have It All ~ Dortmund 1988





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Published on Jan 24, 2012

Moment Of Truth World Tour ~ 1988 Dortmund, Germany ~
This here is a ~very nice~ performance.. We all know:
All Perfomances are different..enjoy ..mixed up with some
nice photos from (early) past to today..

Whitney Houston Live in Dortmund 1988 ~ Playlist ~ 8 Clips :

About this: ..i was a kid, Whitney was in my hometown Dortmund,
Germany. 2 friends & me visited very young with family this Concert
in the "Westfalenhalle" a huge Concert Hall ~ This was the
"Moment of Truth WORLDTOUR" 1988 ! some from my "gang"
recorded this with a Sony Walkman+Mic.( Bootlegs Time :)

RECORDED IN FIRST AUDIENCE AREA !!! One friend recorded this,
i was not the Badboy :) only got a copy (2x30min) on a maxell tape
and found this after 10years in my room, so enjoy..fixed Audio..

I remember she had curly hair and this pilot jacket (chevignon?)
This was her absolute best time on stage..i`m blessed to was
at this place, i remember summer (btw.juni-aug1988)
Place: Westfalenhalle 1 - Dortmund - Germany
here.. http://g.co/maps/8bs52 3miles from me :D

thanks to the photographer for fairuse and Arista
(i sent you this some years ago, after asking me, remember? :~)
All Copyrights by Arista here.. a real ~legend company~
and i don`t say this often.. :D

..made for the living Legend..the Voice..also a human
with ups&downs..(never slap a legend..it`s a bumerang later..)

"Didn't We Almost Have It All" is the second single from
Whitney Houston's second album Whitney, and was
nominated for Song of the Year at the 1988 Grammy
Awards. The song was written by Michael Masser and
Will Jennings and was released in August 1987. Originally,
another song was to be released as the second single,
"For The Love Of You", but Arista Records decided to
release "Didn't We Almost Have It All" instead because
all Houston's singles had to be original material at this
point of her career.
The single was number one on the US Billboard Hot 100
even though there was not a video for the song. A live
performance of the song recorded during Houston's
successful 1987--1988 Moment of Truth World Tour was
played on MTV, VH1, and BET. The performance is from
a Saratoga Springs, New York date. It was widely
speculated that the song is about Houston's relationship
with then NFL star Randall Cunningham.

all infos about this amazing song here:

Whitney Houston Live ~ Didn't We Almost Have It All ~ Dortmund 1988

Thank you, Whitney , for the warm words about Aaliyah, you infected me
but Babygirl was my Age, my music(rap) , my culture.. it was a very bad
tragedy and she had talent & character, if somebody knows this best,
than only you....the Queen (and Aaliyah was the Princess :)

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