CD One Heart [Celine Dion] [696998718524] (CD 972143),
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One Heart [Celine Dion] [696998718524]

  • 1. I Drove All Night
    2. Love Is All We Need
    3. Faith
    4. In His Touch
    5. One Heart
    6. Stand by Your Side
    7. Naked
    8. Sorry for Love - (2003 version)
    9. Have You Ever Been in Love
    10. Reveal
    11. Coulda Woulda Shoulda
    12. Forget Me Not
    13. I Know What Love Is
    14. Je T'Aime [Encore] - (French)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 87185

  • Credits

    Personnel includes: Celine Dion (vocals); Peer Astrom (various instruments, background vocals); Esbjorn Ohrwall (acoustic & electric guitar); Russ DeSalvo (guitar, piano, keyboards); John Shanks (guitar, background vocals); Chieli Minucci, Gildas Arzel, Peter Svensson (guitar); Erick Benzi (keyboards, drums, programming); Thomas Lindberg, Patrick Carroll, Yannick Hardouin (bass); Jeff Rothschild, Dan Chase (programming); Anna Nordell, Max Martin, Kara Dioguardi, Jeanette Olsson, Kimberly Brenner, Kenya Hathaway, Richard Page (background vocals).
    Producers include: Anders "Bag" Bagge, Peer Astrom, Ric Wake, Kristian Lundin, Guy Roche.
    Includes liner notes by Celine Dion.
    The perennial Canadian chanteuse returns to the limelight with this snappy collection of contemporary pop in the vein of Cher's renaissance material, including the car-commercial-associated "I Drove All Night," and "Je T'Aime Encore," which is not, as you might assume, a remake of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin's late-'60s sheet-ripping heavy-breather, but a sensitive acoustic exploration of lost love. Dion ventures into Britney territory with "Love Is All We Need," which is somewhat under the influence of Prince's "When Doves Cry," and she seems quite at home with the anthemic pure pop of the title track. However, it's the ballads, such as the sensitive, percolating "Stand By Your Side," and the climactic "Sorry For Love" that showcase Celine's voice to its best advantage, just as they always have. ONE HEART shows Celine Dion in transition from TITANIC ballad-belter to Las Vegas diva, and it's an assured and confident effort.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (3/28/03, p.66) - "...A surprisingly appealing mainstream effort; it's what a neuroses-free Barbra Streisand would sound like if she were midcareer now instead of in 1980..." - Rating: B
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