“I Will Always Love You” the planetarium success of a song

In 2002, the VH1 TV channel conducted a survey of the best listeners of all time according to listeners.

 

After the poll, the TV channel concluded that the song “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston, the success of the late, was the best song of all time.

 

Whitney’s name is still planetary. But the diva’s successes with the incomparable voice are not counted. A few months ago another song came to the attention of the public. In the early 1990s Whitney had recorded a version of it with Steve Winwood’s song “Higher love”.

 

The song was never aired, but remained part of the Japanese release of 1990’s “Your Baby Tonight”.

 

The song was released in July on the remix version by Kygo and proved to be a real success.

 

 

 

 

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