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For the 2005 single, see Love Will Save the Day (David Usher song). "Love Will Save the Day" Single by Whitney Houston from the album Whitney Released July 5, 1988 Format CD single, cassette, vinyl single Recorded 1987 Genre Dance-pop, R&B Length 5:25 Label Arista Writer(s) Toni C. Producer John "Jellybean" Benitez Whitney Houston singles chronology "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" (1988) "Love Will Save the Day" (1988) "One Moment in Time" (1988) "Love Will Save the Day" was the fifth single by American singer-songwriter Whitney Houston from her second multi-platinum studio album Whitney. The single was released in July 1988 by Arista Records. "Love Will Save the Day" is the fastest-tempoed song on the album Whitney. Produced by Jellybean Benitez and featuring Roy Ayers, the song is one of the uptempo numbers on the album that also includes "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" and "So Emotional". Contents 1 Chart information 1.1 Charts 2 Track listings and formats 2.1 Versions 3 Personnel 4 References // Chart information At this time, Whitney Houston had achieved a record-breaking string of seven number-one hits, with four of those #1's from her current album "Whitney". "Love Will Save the Day" did not become Houston's eighth consecutive number one, but continued her trend of hit singles by peaking in the US Top 10. The #9 peak on the Hot 100, amazingly, was Houston's lowest solo peak up to this time. The song also made the Top 10 without an accompanying music video. Houston had stronger performances on the charts prior to this song but it did remain in the top forty for eleven weeks, and reached fifth place on the R&B Chart, and #1 on the Hot Club/Dance Play Tracks. Internationally, the song mostly saw less success except in the United Kingdom, where it went Top 10 and Switzerland, where it went Top 20. It was a moderate hit in Germany, making thirty-seven; and was a minor hit in Australia, peaking at seventy-seven. Charts "Love Will Save the Day" remained in the Billboard Hot 100 for thirteen weeks. It was Houston's third number-one single on the Billboard Hot Club/Dance Play Charts. Chart (1988) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 9 U.S. Billboard Black Singles 5 U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart 10 U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 1 Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders) 8 UK Singles Chart 10 Australian Singles Chart 77 German Singles Chart 37 Swiss Singles Chart 18 Track listings and formats US 7-inch vinyl[1] AS 1-9720 A1: Love Will Save The Day (4:19) B1: How Will I Know (4:45) US CD Maxi-Single Promo[2] ASCD-9721 Love Will Save The Day (Single Version) (4:22) Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (7:59) Dub Will Save The Day (4:59) Love Will Save The Day (A Cappella) (5:18) Europe CD Maxi-Single 661 516 Love Will Save The Day (Extended Club Mix) (7:59) Love Will Save The Day (Single Version) (4:22) Hold Me (6:01) UK 12-inch vinyl[3] 611 516 A1: Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (6:55) B1: Hold Me (Duet) (6:00) Canada 12-inch vinyl[4] AD1-9721 A1: Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (7:58) A2: Love Will Save The Day (A Cappella) (5:14) B1: Love Will Save The Day (Single Version) (3:50) B2: Dub Will Save The Day (4:58) Germany 12-inch vinyl[5] 611 516 A1: Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (6:55) B1: Hold Me (Duet) (6:00) Australia & New Zealand 12-inch vinyl[6] TDS 466 A1: Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (7:58) A2: Love Will Save The Day (A Cappella) (5:14) B1: Love Will Save The Day (Single Version) (3:50) B2: Dub Will Save The Day (4:58) Spain 12-inch vinyl[7] 611 516 A1: Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (6:55) B1: Hold Me (Duet) (6:00) Versions Extended Remix - 6:55 Extended Club Mix - 7:58 A Cappella - 5:14 Dub Will Save The Day - 4:58 Jellybean Mix The Underground Mix - 7:30 The Underground Edit - 5:40 Dub - 5:30 Instrumental - 5:40 Radio Single Version - 4:19 Personnel Arranged by Jack Waldman and Toni C. Vocals arranged by Whitney Houston Engineered by Doc Dougherty and Michael Hutchinson Additional engineering by Dennis McKay Executive Producer - Clive Davis Mixed by Michael Hutchinson Produced by John "Jellybean" Benitez Additional production by Ric Wake Written by Toni C. References ^ Discogs.com, Love Will Save the Day - US 7" Vinyl Single, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, Love Will Save the Day - US CD Maxi-Single Promo, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, UK 12" vinyl, Single Details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, Canada 12" vinyl, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, Germany 12" vinyl, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, Australia & New Zealand 12" vinyl, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 ^ Discogs.com, Spain 12" vinyl, Single details - Retrieved on November 26, 2008 Preceded by "The Right Stuff" by Vanessa Williams Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single August 20, 1988 Succeeded by "Say It's Gonna Rain" by Will to Power v • d • e Whitney Houston Studio albums Whitney Houston (1985) · Whitney (1987) · I'm Your Baby Tonight (1990) · My Love Is Your Love (1998) · Just Whitney... (2002) · One Wish: The Holiday Album (2003) · I Look to You (2009) Soundtrack albums The Bodyguard (1992) · Waiting to Exhale (1995) · The Preacher's Wife (1996) Compilations You Are Loved (1999) · Whitney: The Greatest Hits (2000) · Love, Whitney (2001) · The Ultimate Collection (2007) Tours Greatest Love Tour (1986) · Moment of Truth World Tour (1987-1988) · Feels So Right Tour (1990) · I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour (1991) · The Bodyguard World Tour (1993-1994) · The Pacific Rim Tour (1997) · The European Tour (1998) · My Love Is Your Love World Tour (1999) · Nothing but Love World Tour (2009-2010) Notable concerts & appearances Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Celebration (1988) · Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston (1991) · The Concert for a New South Africa (1994) · Classic Whitney Live from Washington, D.C. (1997) · VH1 Divas Live '99 · VH1 Divas Duets: A Concert to Benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation (2003) Motion pictures The Bodyguard (1992) · Waiting to Exhale (1995) · The Preacher's Wife (1996) Related articles Discography · Tours and concerts · Chart Records & Achievements · Awards · Grammy History · American Music Awards History Book:Whitney Houston v • d • e Whitney Houston singles Whitney Houston "Someone for Me" (1985) · "You Give Good Love" (1985) · "Saving All My Love for You" (1985) · "Thinking About You" (1985) · "How Will I Know" (1986) · "Greatest Love of All"(1986) · "All at Once" (1986) Whitney "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" (1987) · "Didn't We Almost Have It All" (1987) · "So Emotional" (1987) · "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" (1988) · "Love Will Save the Day" (1988) · "I Know Him So Well" (1989) I'm Your Baby Tonight "I'm Your Baby Tonight" (1990) · "All the Man That I Need" (1990) · "Miracle" (1991) · "My Name Is Not Susan" (1991) · "I Belong to You" (1991) · "We Didn't Know" (1991) The Bodyguard: Soundtrack "I Will Always Love You" (1992) · "I'm Every Woman" (1993) · "I Have Nothing" (1993) · "Run to You" (1993) · "Queen of the Night" (1993) Waiting to Exhale: Soundtrack "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" (1995) · "Count on Me" (1996) · "Why Does It Hurt So Bad" (1996) The Preacher's Wife: Soundtrack "I Believe in You and Me" (1996) · "Step by Step" (1997) · "My Heart Is Calling" (1997) My Love Is Your Love "When You Believe" (1998) · "Heartbreak Hotel" (1999) · "It's Not Right but It's Okay" (1999) · "My Love Is Your Love" (1999) · "I Learned from the Best" (2000) Whitney: The Greatest Hits "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" (2000) · "If I Told You That" (2000) · "Fine" (2000) · "Same Script, Different Cast" (2000) Just Whitney "Whatchulookinat" (2002) · "One of Those Days" (2003) · "Try It on My Own" (2003) · "Love That Man" (2003) One Wish: The Holiday Album "One Wish (for Christmas)" (2004) I Look to You "I Look to You" (2009) · "Million Dollar Bill" (2009) Featured/Other singles "Hold Me" (1984) · "One Moment in Time" (1988) · "Takin' a Chance"(1989) · "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be" (1989) · "The Star Spangled Banner" (1991) · "Something in Common" (1994) Book:Whitney Houston