Take a front row seat at Quebec's Le Theatre Capitole on December 12, 1995, as Céline Dion unleashes that glorious voice both on hot dance tracks and heart-stopping ballads from her three English-language albums, in particular the multi-platinum The Colour Of My Love. Throughout a concert-length programme featuring guests Peabo Bryson and Clive Griffin and including the chart-topping Think twice, you'll be experiencing one of the world's great performers...at her electrifying best.
Pattie Labelle originally recorded it for James Bond's movie Licence to kill.
" 'Ce n'était qu'un rêve', for me, Celine Dion speaks, is frail; it is a very important moment as it started everything, the big trip, and moreover it's my mother who wrote it so it's something very emotional..."
In 1995, British fans took extremely well to Think Twice, a ballad on The Colour Of My Love. For five consecutive weeks, the song and the album stood on top of the respective British charts, an achievement not replicated since 1965 and the heyday of The Beatles. Think Twice remained at number one for two more weeks, surpassing the magic million mark to become only the fourth million-selling single ever in the UK by a female artist.
(Duet with Clive Griffin) (Theme song in "Sleepless Nights In Seattle") Note that Warren Wiebe first made the demo of Clive Griffin's part in the duet. The song was produced by David Foster. Nat King Cole originally recorded it in 1952.
First single from Celine's album The Colour Of My Love, Jennifer Rush, who co-wrote the song, originally performed this song in 1984.
(Duet with Peabo Bryson) (Theme song in Beauty And The Beast)
Celine Dion performed this song during The Colour Of My Love Tour.
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 same structure, the same woman consumed by love. It is a hymn to wild, possessed, possessive, definitive love, as mine... We knew while we were recording that now it will be part of my life."