LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE
The album was released worldwide on November 18, 1997. This day, Céline celebrates its release by visiting Rosie O'Donnell's american talk show.
It was recorded in London, Los Angeles and New York troughout 1997. It is Céline's fifth album in english. However it contains one spanish song, Amar haciendo el amor.
The album contains duets with Barbra Streisand and Luciano Pavarotti, and the most played song on radio, My heart will go on.
Originally called The Reason, from the first piece of the album, the title changed because of copyright problems with Carole King. So, it was called Let's Talk About Love because Céline loves this song.
The reason (05:01)It is a collaboration between Celine Dion, songwriter Carole King, and legendary Beatles producer, Sir George Martin. In addition to writing the song, Carole King also played the piano and sang the chorus on the track.
The Bee Gees, kings of Disco in 70s, gave to Celine the song Immortality. When they heard the recording of their ballad where they acompany their "muse" in the choirs, they were so happy and thrilled that they cried :
"In the evening when we came in Read more... - The BeegeesThe lyrics speak about an eternal love, an only love which will never fade and always remain deep inside the heart.
Treat her like a lady (04:05)
Why oh why (04:50)
Love is on the way (04:25)
Tell him (04:51)
This stunning duet with Barbra Streisand, born of the two singers' initial meeting at the 1997 Academy Awards is the first single from Let's Talk About Love.
When I need you (04:12)It is a cover from the classical ballad recorded by Leo Sayer, for his album 'Endless Night', released in 1976.
Miles to go (Before I sleep) (04:40)
Just a little bit of love (04:06)
My heart will go on (04:40)
"In April (1997), Celine remembers, composer James Horner came to Las Vegas and proposed a project to Rene : 'I'm writing the music for a movie about the Titanic'. The three of us met in a suite of the Caesar's Palace. Horner played My Heart Will Go On on the piano. On his Read more...
Where is the love (04:55)
I hate you then I love you (04:42)
It is the adaptation of the italian original version Grande, Grande, Grande sung by Mina Mazzini. There was a first english version , Never, Never, Never recorded by Shirley Bassey in 1973 but the text has been modified and with a new title for Céline et Luciano Pavarotti's Read more...
Let's talk about love (05:12)The original version of this song, Puisque tu pars, was written in the 80s by French Jean-Jacques Goldman. The writter of the english lyrics is Bryan Adams.
Amar haciendo el amor (04:11)
It is a spanish adaptation of the song You Only Love Once recorded by Billy Mann on his titled album aired in 1996.
Be the man (04:39)
"A few years ago, when I was touring in Japan, Celine tells, I met an incredible young violonist: his name is Taro Hakase, and we have recorded this next song together."
To love you more was the theme song for a popular Japanese drama series.