12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Céline Dion was already an international star by 1995, when The French Album became the best-selling French language album of all time. But the best was yet to come. There is something wonderfully innocent about this release, which finds her at home in her native tongue while testing her vast potential as a performer. She ranges from breathy emotion to unbridled passion on "Pour Que Tu M'aimes Encore," dips into soul-shakedown mode for "Regarde-Moi," and brings freewheeling spontaneity to "Destin."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Céline Dion was already an international star by 1995, when The French Album became the best-selling French language album of all time. But the best was yet to come. There is something wonderfully innocent about this release, which finds her at home in her native tongue while testing her vast potential as a performer. She ranges from breathy emotion to unbridled passion on "Pour Que Tu M'aimes Encore," dips into soul-shakedown mode for "Regarde-Moi," and brings freewheeling spontaneity to "Destin."

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