On multi-artist albums:

1 - Life's a Party

2 - Eternal Love

3 - Memories (all 3 of these before her solo career)

4 - Shock Me (from soundtrack to film "Perfect"; also "B-side" to single for Didnt We Almost Have It All)

5 - Do You Hear What I Hear (from the 1st "A Very Special Christmas Album" to benefit Special Olympics)

6 - One Moment in Time (from album of the same name to benefit 1988 Olympic athletes)

7 - Look Into Your Heart (from Curtis Mayfield tribute album)

8 - Believe In Love (Sunday Featuring Whitney Houston) (from 'Down In The Delta' Soundtrack)

On other artists' albums:

9 - If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful (duet w/Jermaine Jackson from his 1986 album)

10 - Hold Up the LIGHT (with BeBe & CeCe Winans from their 1988(or '89) album "Heaven")

11 - It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be (duet with Aretha Franklin from her 1989 album "Through the Storm")

12- Something in Common (duet with Bobby Brown from his 1993 album)

13 - Love Will Find a Way (duet with Dionne Warwick from her 1993 album)

"B-sides" of singles:

14 - Moment of Truth (from I Wanna Dance With Ssomebody (Who Loves Me))

15 - Feels So Good (from I'm Your Baby Tonight maxi-single)

16 - Dancin' on the Smooth Edge (from All The Man That I Need)

Special CD-single to benefit Gulf War Troops & their families via Red Cross:

17 - The Star Spangled Banner

18 - America the Beautiful (Gospel arrangement inspired by Ray Charles; she sang the traditional arrangement with other artists at the close of the 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial Festivities)

Live-only performances:

19 - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (from 1986 world tour)

20 - He

21 - I Believe (these are 2 separate songs that Whitney Houston blended together on her 1987-88 tour; she sang "He" at Freedom Fest & backed-up Cissy Houston singing "I Believe")

22 - Giver of Life (upbeat Inspirational song on Japan 1990 concert audio bootleg)

23 - Revelation (on the "Welcome Home Heroes" concert & throughout the 1991 tour; also used it occasionally on the 1993-94 tour)

24 - Song for You ("Welcome Home Heroes")

25 - Battle Hymn of the Republic ("Welcome Home Heroes")

26 - You Are My Dream (a.k.a "When I First Saw You" from "Dreamgirls"; sung with Cissy Houston & Gary Houston at a 1986 Whitney Houston concert in NYC-shown on BBC/PBS documentary about Cissy)

27 - Baby I Love You

28 - Since You've Been Gone

29 - (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman

30 - Do Right Woman, Do Right Man

31 - Ain't No Way (26 thru 30 songs by Aretha Franklin that WH has done in concert over the years)

32 - Walk On By

33 - A House is Not a Home (sang a more passionate fragment of this on "Welcome Home Heroes")

34 - I Say a Little Prayer

35 - Alfie (31 thru 34 songs by Dionne Warwick that Whitney Houston has done in concert over the years)

36 - That's What Friends Are For (joined other artists for this on 1986 Soul Train Awards, close of 1987 AMAs & 1990 Arista 15th Anniversary/AIDS Benefit finale)

37 - Stand by Me (joined other artists for this at 1987 Grammy finale)

38 - Winners All (joined other artists for this at 1987 International Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies finale)

39 - Wonderful Councelor (duet with Cissy Houston on 1986 VH-1 Christmas show; with Cissy Houston & Gary Houston at '88 AMAs; also occasionally does in concert)

40 - Lover Man Oh Where Can He Be

41 - My Man (she made these 2 songs(along with All The Man That I Need) a medley at '91 Billboard Awards)

42 - You Are Everything (duet with Paul Shaffer when they co-hosted NBC's "Friday Night Videos" in early '86)

43 - It's Time (joined the Winans (the quartet of BeBe & CeCe's older brothers), Kid 'n' Play & CeCe for this at end of Essence Awards(early '90s)

44 - I Loves You Porgy

45 - Porgy "I"'s Your Woman Now (these are 2 separate songs that Whitney Houston did in medley during 1993-94 tour & 1994 AMAs along with And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going & I Have Nothing)

46 - And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going

47 - He's Got the Whole World in His Hands (in concert)

48 - You & Me Against the World (duet with Cissy Houston on 1987 ABC Mother's Day special)

49 - Give Us This Day (from 1995 VH-1 Honors)

50 - In Return (from 1990/91 Japanese concert audio bootleg)

51 - Bridge Over Troubled Water (with Natalie Cole on "Big Break" in 1990 & with CeCe Winans on 1995 VH-1 Honors)

52 - (Stop) The Love You Save (May Be Your Own) (Jackson 5 song; on Argentina concert video bootleg)

53 - Love's in Need of Love Today

54- We Can Touch the World

55 - Love is What We Make It

56 - Master Blaster(Jammin')

57 - Home (52 thru 56 from "Concert for a New South Africa")

58 - I Got You Babe (with Penny Marshall & Rosie O'Donnell on 1996 Saturday Night Live Christmas show)

59 - Mr. Bojangles

60 - Abraham, Martin & John

61 - God Bless the Child

62 - Endless Love (duet with Gary Houston)

63 - Ain't No Mountain High Enough

64 - The Boss

65 - Missing You

66 - Summertime (58 thru 65 from "Classic Whitney")

67 - Amazing Grace (numerous times in concert including "Classic Whitney")

68 - Happy Birthday to You (once to Frank Sinatra on "ET"; the other time to Cissy Houston on 1994 Radio City concert audio bootleg; Another time to Ricky Minor at London's Wembley Arena in 1991)

69 - You Are So Beautiful to Me (both times to Cissy Houston once on an "ET" segment; the other on the afore-mentioned 1994 Radio City concert)

70 - You've Got a Friend (duet with Diana Ross at Muhammad Ali tribute)

71 - Tomorrow (from her mom's nightclub act before she had own career)

72 - Freeway of Love (in concert during 1993-94 tour)

73 - Superstiton (with Stevie Wonder & Arsenio Hall on 1990 Arsenio show)

74 - (unidentified song she did at a UNCF benefit honoring Michael Jackson-shown on "ET"-she forgot words halfway thru it!)

From "Cinderella":

75 - Impossible (It's Possible)

76 - There's Music in You

From the Japanese "I'm Your Baby Tonight" CD (also done on 1990 Japan tour):

77 - Higher Love (was #1 hit for it's songwriter Steve Winwood from his 1986 comeback album)

78 - Takin' a Chance (went to #1 in Japan)

Miscellaneous-parts of Control, Sweet Love, & Stop to Love (medley she did on 1987 tour); part of If Only You Knew (1998 Essence Awards); part of Nobody Does It Better at beginning of Bobby Brown's "Feelin' Inside"(1997); her 1st('87) & 2nd(88) Diet Coke commercials; AT&T commercial("Your True Voice"); parts of The Little Drummer Boy & Sleigh Ride-from the 1996 Saturday Night Live Christmas show; If It's Magic-old Stevie Wonder song she did a capella on Magic Johnson's debut show; part of Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah on same 1990 Arsenio show w/"Superstition"-she did this a capella(this was the song she did as her 1st solo in church at age 11); part of More Love to Thee, O Christ while on Keenan Ivory Wayans' show, he played part of audio tape of her singing this in church when she was 12 or 13.

This Extensive listing compiled by Chip Harmison.



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