Celine Dion's Music

Collaborations

Les chansons d'amour (medley)

(Duet with Patrick Bruel & Carole Fredericks) (1996) L'AMOUR EXISTE ENCORE L'ENCRE DE TES YEUX LA MALADIE D'AMOUR

Voices that care

(Featuring various artists) (1991) In 1991, Céline lent her voice for the recording of Voices That Care, a special project presented to US troops serving in the Gulf War. Among the other artists participating were Randy Travis, Peter Cetera, Bobby Brown, Luther Vandross and the Pointer Sisters. The B-side contains messages from celebrities.

Testimony

(Duet with Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain, Carole King, Aretha Franklyn, Mariah Carey) (1998) On April 14, 1998, Celine performed this song in duet with Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain, Carole King, Aretha Franklyn, Mariah Carey at the Divas Live.

Tonight we dance (Extravagance!)

(1992) This song is an adaptation in english by Tim Rice of the song Ce soir on danse à Naziland (Tonight we dance in Naziland). It can be found on the album Tycoon aired in 1992, english version of the musical Starmania.

You've got a friend

(Duet with Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain, Carole King) (1998) On April 14, 1998, Celine performed this song in duet with Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain, Carole King at the Divas Live.

Ziggy

(1992) This song is an adaptation in english by Tim Rice of the song Ziggy (Un garçon pas comme les autres) (Ziggy, a boy not like the others). It can be found on the album Tycoon aired in 1992, the english version of the musical Starmania.

I met an Angel (On Christmas Day)

(1999) On December 6, 1999, Céline performed I met an Angel on Christmas day for the 'And So This Is Christmas' television special. If you look closely the video, you'll notice something funny about the backup singers: all three of them are Céline, each with a different look! (This was done with video effects, of course). This song is available on some singles of That's the Way It Is. It is also on the collection album, And So This Is Christmas, which was sold at Target store in Christmas 1999.

Happy to meet you

(1998) Céline took part in the album for children Elmopalooza released on March 17, 1998. To celebrate 30th anniversary of Sesame Streets, Céline recorded the song Happy to meet you.

Send me a lover

(1994) Céline recorded a cover of Send me a lover and it is featured on several charity albums: Kumbaya 94 for people living with AIDS/VIH, In Between Dances in aid of breast cancer research, The Power Of Peace released for the 50th anniversary of the charity organisation Care and Women For Women 2 an album for the benefit of the fight against breast cancer.

Là-bas

(Duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman) (1994)

Mejor decir adios

(Duet with Paul Anka) (1996) Céline joined Paul Anka to record the song Mejor decir adios for his album released in 1996, Amigos. Céline and Paul will record next the same song in english It's hard to say goodbye for Paul's album A Body Of Work released in 1998.

It's hard to say goodbye

(Duet with Paul Anka) (1998) Céline joined Paul Anka to record the song It's hard to say goodbye for his album released in 1998, A Body Of Work. Céline and Paul had recorded before the same song in spanish Mejor decir adios for Paul's album Amigos released in 1996.

Here, there and everywhere

(1998) Céline covered Beatles' song Here, there and everywhere for a classical tribute album In My Life from Beatles' famous producer Sir George Martin, released in 1998. In the booklet, George Martin wrote about Celine: "This is not only my favourite Paul McCartney song, it is probably his as well, so writing a special arrangement of it for one of my favourite voices was a daunting proposition. I do not think Celine is capable of making anything but a perfect sound, and I was thrilled to hear every take getting better and better. We ended up recording two tracks together; one for my album and one for hers (The reason on the album Let's Talk About Love). Both were terrific, and it was a session to remember." The original version is from the Beatles' album Revolver, originally released in 1966.

The prayer (A mother's prayer)

(solo) (Theme song in "Quest For Camelot") Celine Dion originally performed this song in solo for Quest For Camelot, Warner Bros' first full-length, fully-animated feature, released in 1998. She provided the singing voice of the character Lady Juliana (speaking voice by Jane Seymour) and sang The prayer. Celine's version of The prayer as well as a separate Italian version performed by Andrea Bocelli are featured in the film's soundtrack. A duet of this song between Celine and Andrea Boccelli appears on Celine's These Are Special Times and The Collector's Series Vol. 1 as well as Andrea Bocelli's Sogno. At last, for the album Miracle, Celine Dion recorded a new studio version of this song in solo then entitled A mother's prayer.

Plus haut que moi

(Duet with Mario Pelchat) (1993) In 1993, Céline recorded the duet Plus haut que moi (Higher than me) with french canadian singer Mario Pelchat for his titled album. Plus haut que moi was written by Eddy Marnay, Ken Cummings and Mark Blatte. It is a french adaptation of Higher Ground, sung by Jennifer Rush on her album Wings Of Desire in 1989.
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