Category: Tracklist Unreleased 1980s

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'.

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.

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.

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.