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Let's Talk About Love

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 18 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B000002C4J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 292 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #798 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. The Reason
2. Immortality
3. Treat Her Like A Lady
4. Why Oh Why
5. Love Is On The Way
6. Tell Him
7. Where Is The Love
8. When I Need You
9. Miles To Go (Before I Sleep)
10. Us
11. Just A Little Bit Of Love
12. My Heart Will Go On
13. I Hate You Then I Love You
14. To Love You More
15. Let's Talk About Love

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Product Description

The diva's hit album from 1997 with an extra track "Be The Man".

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Dion has released a lot of music in the last four years, which in lesser talents could generate a "got the last one, don't need this" yawn from the public. Every conceivable base is covered here--"Tell Me" is the iconic pop adult smash, "Treat Her Like a Lady" has sewn up Contemporary Hits Radio, and there are a half-dozen others to keep the party going till 1999. The inclusion of the theme song to Titanic ("My Heart Will Go On") proves that nothing is likely to scuttle the unsinkable Ms. Dion. --Jeff Bateman


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Format: Audio CD
I actually very much like Ms. Dion's vocals, but they shine too seldom on this disc, and the middle of the road, safe and sickly sweet music and production ruins this disc. I realize that this is a matter of taste -- if you like over-produced "adult pop" with no interest in authenticity or music, go for it...
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If you thought she could not get any higher, well here she comes again to prove you wrong.
After that FALLING INTO YOU earned all possible awards and prizes, this one will leave you breathless if only due to the amazing list of guest stars partcipating into this project.
As usual Celine leaves it in the hands of Foster, Afanasieff and Wake (love his dance production on JUST A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE) as main producers.
But this time around she's added something extra: and the little extra is Barbra Streisand (TELL HIM is the duet that i had been dreaming forever...), Luciano Pavarotti (hey, i'm italian...let's admit it, this duet is a joke: her voice just don't blend with his and he will never ever be a pop singer...).
She has a better way with The Bee Gees on IMMORTALITY, or even featuring raggae # 1 lady Diana King on TREAT HER LIKE A LADY.
Point is, she just don't stop at guest vocalists: Carole KIng co-wrote THE REASON, which was produced by legendary Sir George Martin.
Both Bryan Adams and Jean Jacques Goldman collaborate on the titletrack.
And let's not forget this album contains what by now is considered by most Celine's signature song, MY HEART WILL GO ON from the TITANIC soundtrack.
I know some 3 songs written by Diane Warren, Jim Steinman and Rick Nowels did not make the final track list, but even so...this album is worth buying.
Especially if you are a Cory Hart fan: 2 beautiful songs written by the man himself are included...finally he's getting some due recognition in the arena!
Her class and voice will move you to no end.
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Celine Dion's 1997 release LETS TALK ABOUT LOVE embraces you in a message of love. The album contains soft ballads, rock, movie themes, duets, and opera. The one song that hits me the most and has become my best favorite from the album is Track 14-TO LOVE YOU MORE. A passionate ballad with a very elegant violin opening, the song sorts of like a response to BECAUSE YOU LOVED ME in the previous release.
The producers of this album (Vito Luprano and John Doelp) have saved the best for last in the album. Track 15-LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE is sort of like the kind of song you'll hear in Olympics closing, like AMIGOS POR SIMPRE (Barcelona Games 1992). Celine is joined by a children choir in this heart-warming piece. Track 13-I HATE YOU THEN I LOVE YOU (duet with Luciano Pavarotti) will share the merit with LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE as my second favorite from the album. It's a beautiful opera song. As Celine has noted, Luciano is the greatest tenor in the world and she had been secretly hoping to sing a love song with him.
Speaking of popularity, everyone will agree that Track 12-MY HEAR WILL GO ON (theme from Titanic) is the most popular piece in this album. James Horner had do an incredible job on the music score for the film. The music is stunning, breathtaking, and heart-pounding. Cameron (Titanic director) originally did not want to have a vocal theme but instrmentals. After listening to Celine's demo of MY HEART WILL GO ON, Cameron adopted the song as the movie theme. The movie version (as recorded on the Titanic soundtrack) is slightly different. The arrangement is better in this version recorded in Celine's album. The very last four songs, Tracks 12, 13, 14, and 15 are my personal picks and have made the album worth to buy. The album, however, has some other jewels.
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This is one of Celne's best album. Collaborating with some of the biggest and best names in the music business including: her long-time idol Barbara Streisand (for their spectacular, over-the-top duet "Tell Him"), the Bee Gees (on "Immortality")Carole King and Sir George Martin (who co-wrote "The Reason")and Lucianno Pavarotti (for their duet "I Hate You Then I Love You"). The album was vaulted to the top of the charts back in 1998 by the ubiquitous Titanic theme "My Heart Will Go On." Other outstanding tracks include David Foster's gorgeous masterpiece "To Love You More," the emotional title track, the powerful, poignant "Us," beautiful "Miles To Go Before I Sleep," and Celine's pseudo hip-hop song "Treat Her Like A Lady," (featuring Diana King.) While there are a couple of weak tracks, and the aforementioned duet with Pavarotti suffers from mediocre songwriting, all in all, it is an excellent adult contemporary pop album.
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Format: Audio CD
Lets Talk About Love, hot off the heels of her 1996 album Falling Into You, continues to prove that Celine is one of the greatest singers in the 90's. Filled with guest artists such as Carol King, Bee Gees, Luchiano Pavorotti, Barbra Streisand and more. This album, mostly ballad driven, is one of her best recordings.
My favorite track is the mega ballad duet with Barbra Streisand called Tell Him. This is to me the strongest of the tracks. It was genius to have them sing together, as they are spectacular artists and they work well together. Another favorite is the ballad titled Us, a very powerful song in which Dion delivers the goods. Other strong tracks include Lets Talk About Love, Where Is The Love, The Reason (with Carol King), Immortality (with Bee Gees), Miles To Go (Before I Sleep), and many others. The only tracks I dont really care for are I Hate You Then I Love You and Amar Haciendo El Amor (I have the Canadian copy which replaces Amar Haciendo El Amor with To Love You More).
Overall this is an excellent album and I highly reccomend it.
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