After Whitney has gone, everybody started writing books about her, trying to make money on her passing.
But this book is very different.
Narada Michael Walden had been working with Whitney on lots of her major hits. He had not been a producer only. He had been a friend.
This book is about Whitney, her voice, her attitude, her hard work and her relationships whith music. You will not find any dirty laundry here, so if you want to know something about her private life, don't even bother to buy it.
But if you want to learn something from Whitney -- the greatest singer, or Narada Michael Walden -- one of the greatest producers, this book is a definite must-have.
Narada not only praises Whitney as the greatest voice of our time. He also shares some tips and tricks of the work in the studio, he opens some secrets of the hit making, and yes, some inside looks at the showbusiness.
Actually I am sure that Whitney would have been mad at him for writing some particular pages of the book. But I have to admit that these pages make reading even more fascinating.
Also this book contains several photos of Whitney you might have never seen before.
I strongly recommend the book "Whitney Houston: The Voice, the Music, the Inspiration" not only to every Whitney's fan, but also to everyone who is related to music in any way. If you sing, if you write or produce music, this book might become your great inspiration.