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TO LOVE YOU MORE

From TO LOVE YOU MORE (single)
Written by David Foster & Junior Miles

“To Love You More” is one of those Céliné Dion/David Foster signature songs that helped shaping the adult contemporary sound of the nineties.  It was recorded in 1995 for the popular Japanese TV series, Koibito Yo (meaning My Dear Lover), and eventually released as a single in Japan. It immediately became a smash, selling more than 1.2 million copies, and became the best selling single ever by an international female artist in Japan. 

LISTEN TO ME

From CELEBRATION
Written by David Foster, Will Jennings & Linda Thompson

“Listen To Me” is a beautiful song recorded in 1989 by Céliné Dion right before recording her first English album “Unison.” This duet with the amazing Warren Wiebe was the theme of the movie with the same title starring Kirk Cameron and Jami Gertz. David Foster wrote the music score for the movie.

IF I COULD

From MIRACLE
Written by Ron Miller, Ken Hirsch & Marti Sharron

“Miracle” was a true labor of love for Celine Dion. It was a special project that she developed between 2003 and 2004 together with Anne Geddes who’s a famous photographer specialized in portraits of little children. Geddes’ stunning images matched with Dion’s unique rendition of perfectly themed lullabies made of “Miracle” a visual and musical work of art as well as a gift from Dion to her own child and to mothers and children all over the world.

THE COLOUR OF MY LOVE

From THE COLOUR OF MY LOVE
Written by David Foster & Arthur Ganov

“The Colour Of My Love” is the album that definitely established Céliné Dion as an international superstar. Her third release sung in English arrived in stores in 1993 and has sold over six millions copies to date in the US alone and more than 20 millions worldwide.

ALL BY MYSELF

From FALLING INTO YOU
Written by Eric Carmen and Sergei Rachmaninoff

This review is # 100 for our website. To celebrate we have decided to pick one of the songs that David Foster has produced over the years for Céliné Dion.