Tracklist Unreleased 1990s

Hommage à Luc Plamondon

(1999) (Featuring various artists) On March 7, 1999, for the show Poing J hosted by Julie Snyder and aired on TVA the next day, Celine Dion sang on the melody Monopolis into a video-tribute for Luc Plamondon's birthday also featuring Bruno Pelletier, Richard Cocciante...

If you only believe

(1994) (Featuring Jackson family) On February 19, 1994, Celine Dion sang If you only believe with the Jackson family during the taping of the tv special 'Jackson Family Honors' broadcasted the following February 22.

C'est un petit monde

(1994) (French version of It's a small world) Around 1994, Celine Dion was in Euro Disney where she performed the famous song It's a small world in french.

Oh happy day

(1996) (With a choir) In 1996, during her Falling Into You tour, Celine Dion performed a sample of this song with a choir. The segment was aired on the show 'Behind closed doors' with Joan Lunden.


(1996) In 1996, Celine Dion sang a sample of this song during her tour Falling Into You in Milan as a tribute to her italian audience.

Would I know

(1999) This song was first supposed to be on the All The Way... A Decade Of Song album released in 1999.

Une chance qu'on s'a

(Duet with Jean-Pierre Ferland) Jean-Pierre Ferland originally recorded this song in 1995 for his album ‘Écoute pas ça’, which he wrote to tell his love how lucky he is to have her in his life. On November 1, 1998, Celine Dion performed this song with Jean-Pierre Ferland for the first time at the Gala of the Adisq. Celine also recorded “Une chance qu’on s’a” (Lucky we've got each other) in duet with Jean-Pierre Ferland on her album "Sans Attendre".

Chain of fools

(Featuring various artists) (1998) On November 21, 1998, Celine Dion performed this song with various artists, and especially Carole Fredericks, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Michaël Jones, Roch Voisine, Gildas Arzel, Anggun, on the show Tapis Rouge, hosted by Michel Durcker on the french channel France 2.

This song was originally performed by Aretha Franklin. It hit #2 on the Top 40 charts in 1968.