Live In Memphis Video



Originally filmed in March 1997, camera crews caught up with Celine Dion in Memphis, Tennessee delivering another show-stopping performance. Including previously unreleased live performances from her multi-platinum album Falling Into You, this 17 song concert-length program also features a rare performance of The power of the dream written exclusively for the 1996 Olympic Summer games in Atlanta. Dedicated fans will enjoy more than one hour of Celine Dion's pure energy and enthusiasm for love, life and music!


Songs

The power of love
First single from Celine's album The Colour Of My Love, Jennifer Rush, who co-wrote the song, originally performed this song in 1984.
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All by myself
For the recording of the album Falling Into You, David Foster asked to Celine to do a remake of All by myself.
"David informed me that he had changed the orchestrations of the last part of the song, Celine tells. I had to sing a little higher, until a F# which almost Read more...
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If you asked me to
Pattie Labelle originally recorded it for James Bond's movie Licence to kill.
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Misled
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Beauty and the Beast

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Pour que tu m'aimes encore
It is Celine's favorite song on the album D'Eux. Jean-Jacques Goldman wrote it late in 1994.
"Pour que tu m'aimes encore, Celine tells, the first song heard, the first recorded, at once reminded me L'hymne à l'amour by Edith Piaf. The same subject, the Read more...
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J'irai où tu iras

This is an up-tempo song with flights of voice which reveals Celine's energy.
It's all coming back to me now
Pandora's Box originally performed this song.
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To love you more

"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.
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Single "To love you more" (Dance mixes) Taro Hakase, Celine Dion V
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Le ballet
"With Le Ballet, Celine admits, it was the first time I sang Blues."
For Celine, in a way, it is a metaphor of her meeting with her audience.
The power of the dream
The Centennial Olympic Games began on July 19, 1996 in Atlanta Georgia and Celine Dion helped open the 1996 Summer Olympics by performing a song written exclusively for the Games. The Power Of The Dream was written by David Foster, Linda Thompson and Kenny "BabyFace" Edmonds.
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Twist and shout
In 1997, Celine sang Beatles' hit Twist and shout during her Falling Into You Tour.
Because you loved me

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