Unreleased songs

Je t'aime à la folie

(1984) (Duet with Peter Pringle) In 1984, Celine Dion performed this song in a 3-song medley in duet with Peter Pringle. The medley included Des croissants de soleil, this one which was first made popular by Serge Lama, and Chante-la ta chanson from french canadian Jean Lapointe. On this show, she also sang Mon rêve de toujours and Mélanie.

Question de feeling (Parodie)

(1987) (Duet with Pierre Verville) In 1987, Celine Dion performed with Pierre Verville a parody of the song Question de feeling where they have replaced the real lyrics with funny ones, in the French Canadian tv show 'Station Soleil'.

Ma mère chantait toujours

(1987) In 1987, Celine Dion performed this song personating Fabienne Thibeault, in the french canadian tv show 'Station Soleil'.

Endless love

(1988) In 1988, Celine Dion performed this song during the Incognito tour. The original song by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross was the theme song in the movie 'Endless love' soundtrack, in 1981.

Fame

(1984) In 1984, Celine Dion performed this song. An extract from this performance was shown on VH1 "Before They Were Rock Stars" on March 14, 1998.

La danse des canards

(1987) Celine Dion performed this song dressed as Mireille Mathieu during the Incognito tour in 1987.

Chante-la ta chanson

(1984) (Duet with Peter Pringle) In 1984, Celine Dion performed this song in a 3-songs medley in duet with Peter Pringle. The medley included Je t'aime à la folie, this one which was first made famous by Jean Lapointe in 1978, and Des croissants de soleil popularized by Ginette Reno. On this show, she also sang Mon rêve de toujours and Mélanie.

I'm so excited

(1987) Celine Dion performed this song during the Incognito tour in 1987.

Des croissants de soleil

(1984) (Duet with Peter Pringle) In 1984, Celine Dion performed this song in a 3-song medley in duet with Peter Pringle. The medley included Je t'aime à la folie, this one which was first made popular by Ginette Reno, and Chante-la ta chanson from french canadian Jean Lapointe. On this show, she also sang Mon rêve de toujours and Mélanie.

Je ne suis qu'une chanson

(1987) Celine Dion performed this song dressed as Ginette Reno during the Incognito tour in 1987.

Du fil, des aiguilles et du coton

(1973) On August 18, 1973, Celine performed this song at her brother Michel's wedding. In 1994, Celine Dion, speaking about this story, performed an extract from the song in the french show "Studio Gabriel" hosted by Michel Drucker.

Les fleurs malades

(1985, 1986, 1989) In 1985, Celine Dion performed this song with Jean Lapointe, on his Telethon Les 9 Heures. That year, Celine came to join him to sing it for the very first time. The following year, she sang it again. In 1989, she performed it alone.

Chattanooga Choo choo

(1987) On September 27, 1987, during the TV special Les Beaux Dimanches Spécial Incognito, we could see Celine performing the french version of the song Chattanooga Choo Choo. The english version of the song was popularized by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra (No. 1 chart record) and was nominated for Best Song Academy Award in 1941.

Ave Maria (Gounod)

On December 14, 1987, Celine Dion performed this song on the french canadian TV Christmas special Les démons du midi. Barbra Streisand originally recorded this version of the song on A Christmas Album in 1967.

The way we were

(1988) On April 12, 1988, Celine Dion performed this song on the french canadian show Les démons du midi hosted by Suzanne Lapointe and Gilles Latulippe. Barbra Streisand originally recorded it on her album The Way We Were in 1974.

Summertime

(1987, 1988) Celine Dion performed this classic taken from the musical Porgy and Bess, during the Incognito tour and on the french canadian show Ad-lib hosted by Jean-Pierre Coallier in 1988.

Somewhere

(1988) On January 30, 1988, Celine Dion performed this song, taken from the musical West Side Story, during the evening for the Carnaval du Quebec.

Bad

(1988) Around 1988, during the Incognito tour, Celine Dion performed this song impersonating Michael Jackson, dressed up in black leather, with her hair curly, and mimicking his motions.

Hello Mego

(Duet with Claude 'Mego' Lemay) (1991) In 1991, Celine Dion performed this song during her Unison tour to introduce her team. The concert live from the Winter Garden Theater was broadcasted on tv.

Le petit roi

(1987) In 1987, Celine Dion performed a sample of this song in the french canadian show Jasmin Centre-Ville hosted by Michel Jasmin.

Hard to say I'm sorry

(Duet with David Foster) (1989) On December 17th, 1989, in a televised benefit gala for Cystic Fibrosis, 65 Roses: A Gift of Love organized by Mila Mulroney, we could see Celine Dion performing this song with David Foster.

Un pays pour nous

(1986) (French version of "Somewhere") On August 31, 1986, Celine Dion appeared in the French Canadian show "Silence... On chante". She sang a medley of songs from movies, dressed as the characters of the films.

Cabaret

(1986) On August 31, 1986, Celine Dion appeared in the French Canadian show "Silence... On chante". She sang a medley of songs from movies, dressed as the characters of the films.

What I did for love

(1986) On August 31, 1986, Celine Dion appeared in the French Canadian show "Silence... On chante". She sang a medley of songs from movies, dressed as the characters of the films.

Mes blues passent pu dans' porte

(Duet with Breen LeBoeuf) (1987, 1988) Celine Dion performed this song with Breen LeBoeuf during the Incognito tour in 1987 and on the french canadian show Les démons du midi hosted by Suzanne Lapointe and Gilles Latulippe, on April 12, 1988. This was originally recorded by the group Offenbach around 1975. Their version is on the album C'était plus qu'une aventure: 1972 à 1985.

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child

(Duet with Pierre Charbonneau) (1987) In 1987, Celine Dion performed this song with Pierre Charbonneau, in a french canadian TV special Station Soleil with Jean-Pierre Ferland. Henry Thacker Burleigh (1866-1949) originally recorded the song.

The greatest love of all

(1987) In 1987, Celine Dion performed this song on the french canadian TV special Station Soleil. Whitney Houston originally performed this song on her album Whitney Houston released in 1985.

Memory

(1987, 1988) Celine Dion dressed as a cat performed this song from the famous musical Cats, on the french canadian TV special Station Soleil in 1987, as well as on the french canadian show Téléfun hosted by Pierre Marcotte and aired on February 15, 1988.

That's what friends are for

(1988) Celine Dion performed this song with her team during her Incognito tour. This version was broadcasted on the show Céline en spectacle et en coulisse in 1988. Rod Stewart originally recorded this song in 1982. Dionne & Friends, consisting of Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Gladys Knight made it famous in 1985.

L'ombre s'enfuit

(1989) In 1989, Celine Dion performed this song on the show Ferland Nadeau en vacances, hosted by Ferland Nadeau, on TVA. It was first sung by Tino Rossi from his album Corsica.

Cent mille chansons

(Duet with Eddy Marnay) (1987) In 1987, Celine performed this song with Eddy Marnay in the french canadian TV special Station Soleil. Frida Boccara originally performed this song on her album Master Série.

Ton visage

(1987, 1988) Celine Dion performed this song during the Incognito tour and on the french canadian TV specials Station Soleil in 1987, Les démons du midi and Céline en spectacle et en coulisses in 1988.

Encore et encore

(Duet with Francis Cabrel) (1987) In 1987, Celine performed this song with Francis Cabrel on the french canadian TV special Station Soleil. Francis Cabrel originally performed this song on his album Photos de voyages released in 1985.

Saving all my love for you

(1986) In 1986, Celine Dion perfomed this song for the telethon Les 9 heures hosted by Jean Lapointe. Whitney Houston originally performed this song on her album Whitney Houston released in 1985.

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

(1989) On December 17th, 1989, in a televised benefit gala for Cystic Fibrosis, 65 Roses: A Gift of Love organized by Mila Mulroney, we could see Celine Dion performing this song.

Girls just want to have fun

(1985) In 1985, Celine Dion performed this song impersonating Cyndi Lauper, on the show Samedi de rire, hosted by Yvon Deschamps.

Seulement qu'une aventure

(1987) On September 27, 1987, during the TV special Les Beaux Dimanches Spécial Incognito, we could see Céline performing Seulement qu'une aventure. The original version by the french-canadian group Offenbach released in 1985 on their album Rockorama.

My heart belongs to Daddy

(1987) On September 27, 1987, during the TV special Les Beaux Dimanches Spécial Incognito, we could see Celine performing My heart belongs to Daddy. Here, she did a little Marilyn Monroe impersonation. This song was previously sung by Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald.

Papa don't preach

(1987) This is from a skit on Samedi P.M., hosted by Pauline Martin, in 1987 : Celine is having a dream sequence where she imagines she's a big superstar in the USA, like Madonna.

Bozo

(1983, 1997) In September, 1983, Celine performed at the inauguration of the Theatre Felix-Leclerc, named after the famous poet and singer who was one of the first french canadian artists to become successful in France. Felix Leclerc, died on August 8, 1988, attended the event, and Celine honoured him by singing his famous song Bozo. On August 6, 1997, Celine Dion performed this song again during the show Felix Leclerc, le géant québécois, upon Charles Aznavour's initiative, hosted in Montreal and broadcast on the TVA and TV5 international network.

Wind beneath my wings

(1989) On December 17th, 1989, in a televised benefit gala for Cystic Fibrosis, 65 Roses: A Gift of Love organized by Mila Mulroney, we could see Celine Dion performing this song. This song was sung by Bette Midler in the 1988 movie, Beaches.

Can't we try

(Duet with Dan Hill) (1987, 1988) In Summer 1987, Céline performed at the annual convention of CBS Canada at the Esterel, a big hotel in the Laurentides, north of Montréal. Along with her three song showcase, Céline was asked to sing a duet with the star of the convention, Dan Hill. Céline and Dan performed his smash hit Can't We Try, and they brought the house down with a standing ovation. Then they performed this song again many times and especially on the show Téléthon des Etoiles hosted by Don Mcgowan and on the show Joyeux Million Canada on July 1, 1988.

Prenez-moi

(Theme song in 'Des Fleurs Sur La Neige') (1990) In 1990, Celine Dion performed the theme song of a french canadian series 'Des Fleurs Sur La Neige' where she also held the main role.

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