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Vh1 Divas Live 99
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal, Broadway & Vocalists
Tracks: (Disc 1) 1 - The best - tina turner ; 2 - The bitch is back - tina turner & elton john ; 3 - Proud mary - tina turner, elton john & cher ; 4 - If i could turn back time - cher ; 5 - How do i live - leann rimes ; 6 ... more »
Tracks: (Disc 1) 1 - The best - tina turner ; 2 - The bitch is back - tina turner & elton john ; 3 - Proud mary - tina turner, elton john & cher ; 4 - If i could turn back time - cher ; 5 - How do i live - leann rimes ; 6 - I m still standing - elton john ; 7 - Have you ever? / almost doesnt count - pout-pourri (brandy) ; 8 - Everything i do / i do it for you - brandy & faith hill ; 9 - This kiss - faith hill ; 10 - Aint no way - whitney houston & mary j. blige ; 11 - I will always love you - whitney houston ; 12 - Im every woman - whitney houston & chaka khan ; 13 - Im every woman (reprise) - whitney houston, chaka khan, faith hill, brandy... ;
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(3 out of 5 stars)
"The talent exhibited by each woman is extraordinary. The problem is this was supposed to be a collaborative effort. There is very few references to the VH1, Save the Music or its importance. It turns into nothing more than an opportunity to showcase one's own hits. Tina and Whitney are powerhouse performers who more than deliver. Standout tracks: "Proud Mary", "Ain't No Way", and "I'm Every Woman". The bottom line: A true diva knows about humility and generosity because she is at the top of her game. Thank you Tina and Whitney for helping to define the word Diva!"
Proud Tina - THE Diva
Christopher | Philadelphia | 12/01/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A decent recording of the star-spangled Diva event. Tina Turner is clearly the standout and should be considered the headliner. Whereas everyone else on the album tries so hard to reach Diva status, Tina achieves with a mere flick of that mane. Too bad they cut out the extended banter of the "Proud Mary" cut and Tina's soulful rendition of "Let's Stay Together." The actual Diva show was pretty much over one half-hour into it - once Ms. Turner exited the stage. The rest...Divas? Please - come back in 30 years and we'll see."
Divas.. Take Two
Michael Kerner | Brooklyn, New York U.S.A. | 04/19/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"When VH-1 did their popular Divas Live concert in 1998, it became a household name for all ages. Nevertheless, it had so many cheers at the live concert, but a few flaws with the record, by accounts of performances that were performed live on the concert, but not released on the album itself. For the sequel, there were more divas than the last time on the bill. They included such legends as Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, and Cher to name a few. Still, it became a powerhouse to watch. The concert also became a little more thrilling with other people coming in like Elton John, and Faith Hill entering the crowd. The Divas Live 1999, is a sampler of the successful concert that came out in April 1999. Still, like its previous concert, Divas Live lacked a few performances that were actually on the live performance, but not on the album. Last time, the album lacked performance from Aretha Franklin. This time, the record lacks performances from almost every performer, accept Tina Turner and Brandy. Their were so many showstoppers that weren't on the record including: two songs that Whitney Houston performed that evening, My Love Is Your Love and It's Not Right But It's Okay, Elton John and Leann Rimes performing Written In The Stars from Aida and Like Father Like Son (Elton performed solo), and Cher's comeback hit Believe. Still, the live album does have some dynamic performances including Whitney's I Will Always Love You, The Best by Tina Turner, and Faith Hill's This Kiss.It is just a shame that when VH-1 makes these live records, they really don't consider using all the songs on there. Still, just like last time, the Divas Live '99, is a magnificent concert, but it could've been a lot better as a live record. Still, if you haven't experienced any of the Divas Live performances, don't have VH-1, or haven't heard some of these performers before, I suggest you get this record and try the diva experience."