Today marks a milestone in Celine Dion’s nearly 30-year career — the 25th anniversary of her hit studio album Let’s talk about love.
To celebrate the Grammy-winning album, released on November 14, 1997, fans can now listen to its 15 classic tracks in rich, lossless 3D sound through Spatial Audio on Apple Music. The popular music streaming service released Dion’s key catalog in Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos on Monday, providing an immersive experience for listeners.
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Fans can rediscover let’s talk about love, which includes one of the best-selling hits of Dion’s career, “My Heart Will Go On”, and falls in love all over again with other favorites from the global superstar’s discography.
To mark the occasion, ET Canada has ranked Celine Dion’s top five songs of all time.
5. “The Power of Love”
This soulful, slow track from Dion’s album The color of my love, is commonly referred to as “I am your lady”. While some may believe the Grammy winner is singing about her own relationship, the song actually serves as the cover as it was first released in 1984 by Jennifer Rush.
4. “That’s how it is”
A departure from his usual ballads, this upbeat banger from Dion is featured on his 1999 greatest hits album, All the way… A decade of songs. The feel-good anthem is also performed in 2019 & Juliet, a remixed coming-of-age Broadway musical based on the most famous love story of all time, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, which features music by Swedish pop songwriter Max Martin. The song is sung by character Anne Hathaway.
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3. “Because you loved me”
This timeless and moving ballad was featured on Dion’s album fall into you, and was also the theme song for the 1996 film “Up Close and Personal”. The song was written by Diane Warren, whose father inspired the track.
“The song became personal as it told the story of the film,” the songwriter explained in the book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Story Behind the Song. “Once I started, it became a way of thanking my dad for everything he did for me and the support he always gave me.”
2. “It’s all coming back to me now”
This insanely popular track opens the 51-year-old singer’s multi-platinum album Fall into you. It’s also the song that Lea Michele’s “Glee” character, Rachel Berry, sings during the Season 3 episode “Nationals,” which sees McKinley High School’s glee club, New Directions, hope to sing their way to victory in the choir competition. Twenty-six years after its release, the song still resonates: it inspired the Celine Dion Challenge on TikTok, where users give their best Celine-inspired performance with blown hair and makeshift spotlights.
1. “My Heart Will Go On”
Perhaps the Canadian legend’s most famous song, this track is recognized as the love theme song in the classic 1997 film “Titanic” for the acclaimed romance of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) . The full ballad is heard at the end of the James Cameron-directed film in the credits. “My Heart Will Go On” won an Oscar, two Grammys and the hearts of legions of fans around the world. “My Heart Will Go On” is undeniable – just try to listen to it to the end without getting goosebumps. It’s impossible.