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Of -- -- -- new book called the soundtrack of my life written by one of the most powerful men in the pop music industry Clive Davis.
The state is very close to Whitney Houston who pretty much destroyed herself with drugs and that's where I began a conversation with Clive Davis last night.
Whitney Houston was a close friend of -- in addition to being a client correct that's true what was the Genesis of her problem where -- to that prop.
I don't know when the -- from -- All I do know the what I discovered what would choose ninety and she was full of energy and and wonderful -- -- -- music -- -- -- course.
I see things.
Some Lil Matt and I mean you know me.
First albums just didn't freak here remember record broken every country of the world to win every group for the first two albums.
And the truth smoke into the tissue -- -- -- -- -- -- she had to be of course all right so she was in trouble there wasn't like -- you bring and a juvenile delinquent or something she was a woman who.
-- -- talent was a minister in the church are not know -- the right question okay truth and then she evolves into this worldwide superstar.
And then descends into the world of drugs -- -- did meet with her all at my home whom we can blow him.
By then saw her -- -- leader.
Funeral to Michael Jackson Madison square Gordon -- sort of -- she had really become -- console I did confront until we do if and at first choose and denial.
But that does it that it -- there isn't any such thing -- in denial she's lying to you because she knows she's taking cocaine or whatever the substances which he doesn't want.
Probably ashamed to whatever and she just doesn't admit so you say -- -- hey look.
You hope you're taken what god gave -- which is an amazing gift gift and you're strong -- it away -- what she saved back.
More like first confronted her she's so there's not a serious problem and you're making more of your making more I have making him so she wouldn't admit -- are good and -- -- -- and a point where she is a skeleton and it's.
You know you're seeing that did the woman's career is make a down a drain what does she say that's.
She was not -- to do something about it so the drugs were more important than her career self esteem -- whatever.
-- clearly Janis Joplin is another one who you knew very well we discovered I didn't know or nearly as well -- -- over run toward me a boost from the first orders -- of intensely over the history and the history of the rock pop world is littered with the corpses of people sticking needles in their arms or -- corrupt their nose -- Whitney Houston.
Had to -- -- You know.
She was told that produced one thing to do you look -- -- noble thing to whether it's -- for the roof to close -- You know that this subject hasn't seemed to -- global warming confederate.
Potential it's okay well I -- that's what happens when you got to call that Whitney Houston was dead in Beverly Hills.
Your reaction what -- three months obviously -- was stunned.
-- -- She came -- civilians would tell him.
We've grown we've pulled together -- -- tonight from -- to -- from this -- hopefully reporting for the was when you choose their -- lead to.
Just take in the music but the orders should come from all over the world but king Phil move -- trucks and -- Tony Bennett.
Diana roles during these folks the whole schedule to say no -- -- -- She was two -- draw here.
All the people that you've seen in Iraq top war.
Who is the most talent.
To -- half full well.
I would say from a moral point of view and Bruce brings him.
Is one of the true great cold warrior -- -- remarkable -- coming out of news and world to move them.
So Bruce Roy from -- But -- some way.
But he's also become the great -- for -- perform well.
Well but companies -- -- it is spectacular what mr.
Davis thank you to book is a soundtrack of my life and number two in the New York Times or so let's congratulations thank someone thank you.
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