February 15, 2012

WHITNEY HOUSTON – 2 Rare Soulful Sessions – R.I.P.

Since February 1st we lost two remarkable vocalists: David Peaston and Whitney Houston. I have already posted David back in December 5, 2009. As far as Whitney is concerned, I decided to post 2 sublime rare steppers which she recorded back in 1990. “Feels so good” was written by Bryan Loren and “Dancing on the smooth edge” was co-written by David Lasley and Robbie Long. Both tracks were produced by Narada Michael Walden. These 2 gems were never released on CD and showcase Whitney’s commanding vocal range and soulful emotion.

Feels so goodTotal time 5:08

Dancing on the smooth edgeTotal time 5:01


Tootie H said...

My goodness, both of these tracks are so sweet and definitely soulful with a capital "S". I can't believe they were never released and I can't believe Whitney is no longer with us. The music of this lady will live on and on. Some of my favorite Whitney tunes: You Give Good Love, The Greatest Love Of All, Saving All My Love For You and Didn't We Almost Have It All. Rest In Peace now Whitney and we will always love you.

e-keane said...


I would love to have heard these tributes to the wonderful WH.....but alas the "powers that be" have struck and the lonks are deemed to be violations!

Keep up your good work, please....whatever the haters say.

Regards & respect,


e-keane said...


Many thanks for re-posting these tracks. They are gems and show evidence that there must be further gems in the archives.



jzj said...

Wonderful, wonderful finds. Thank you.