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D'Elles [CD Boxset] [2 discs] [886970691123]


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Et S'il N'en Restait Qu'une (Je Serais Celle-L)
    2. Immensit
    3. Cause, A
    4. Je Cherche l'Ombre
    5. Les Paradis
    6. La Diva
    7. Femme Comme Chacune
    8. Si J'tais Quelqu'un
    9. Je Ne Suis Pas Celle
    10. Le Temps Qui Compte
    11. Lettre de George Sand Alfred de Musset
    12. On S'Est Aim Cause
    13. Berceuse
    0. DISC 2:
    1. EPK: Cline Parle D'elle(s)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 88697-06911-

  • Credits
    ProducerCenda Kotzman; Vlado Meller; Francois-Eric Lalonde; Jacques Veneruso; Christophe Battaglia; Carole Mathieu; Vincent Lepee; Thierry Humbert; Thierry Blanchard; Simon Mercure; Makam Productions; Lointier Didier; David Gategno; Patrick Hampartzoumian; George Pelekoudis; Dominic Despins; Erick Benzi; Gilds Lointier; Humberto Gatica; Tino Izzo; Stephane Levy; Vito Luprano
    Engineer

    Audio Mixers: Humberto Gatica; Stephane Levy.
    As she's prone to do every four years or so, Celine Dion released a French-language album called D'Elles in 2007, her first since 2003's stripped-down, folky 1 Fille & 4 Types. Sonically, D'Elles couldn't be more different than 1 Fille -- from its soaring majestic ballads to its chilly disco sheen, it's extremely European, with none of the homey trappings of the 2003 record -- but it does share one significant trait: it is also a concept album. This time, Dion has hired a bevy of female lyricists from France and Quebec to give this a common thread of songs about women, thereby making this lyrically and musically more cohesive than the glitzy, scattershot 2002 extravaganza A New Day Has Come, while being considerably less sentimentally gloppy than 2004's Miracle: A Celebration of New Life. In a way, this is Dion's most ambitious project in a long time, if not ever -- really, the only rival is that musically adventurous 1 Fille, and if D'Elles is a bit too careful musically, it nevertheless is unified as an album and shows some serious artistic ambition, two things her post-stardom English albums are often missing, and always to their detriment. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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