Encore un soir (Deluxe Edition) Céline Dion
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- 1Plus qu'ailleurs03:39
- 3Ma faille03:51
- 4Encore un soir04:23
- 5Je nous veux03:58
- 6Les yeux au ciel02:57
- 7Si c'était à refaire03:52
- 9Tu sauras03:25
- 10Toutes ces choses03:24
- 11Le bonheur en face02:54
- 12À la plus haute branche04:50
- 13À vous03:45
- 14Ma force04:13
- 15Trois heures vingt (Remastered)03:37
Info for Encore un soir (Deluxe Edition)
Encore un soir, is the new French album from Céline Dion. The title track and lead single, was composed by Jean-Jacques Goldman, marking a long-awaited reunion, 12 years in the making! Céline and René’s vision of a new collaboration with this legendary artist, came to fruition with “Encore un soir”.
For the first time, the legendary Francis Cabrel and Serge Lama co-wrote a song for Céline. Jacques Veneruso, her most trusted ally in recent years, who has contributed the unforgettable hymns: “Je ne vous oublie pas” and “Parler à mon père” has written and composed a new song as well. Grand Corps Malade, who had collaborated on Céline’s Sans attendre album has once again offered his poetry to this new album.
New partners have also been added to the family. Zaho who has proven with her song “Tourner la page” that she knows how to write crossover hits, contributes to the new album. Florent Mothe et Mutine add their names to this new story with four pop-flavoured songs.
As Quebec is always close to Céline’s heart, she wanted to pay tribute to its rich musical repertoire by reinterpreting the classic Robert Charlebois song “Ordinaire”. Marc Dupré, a multi-platinum artist in Québec and author of many chart topping radio hits, is also collaborating with Céline on this album. Let’s not forget Daniel Picard, who saw his song “À la plus haute branche” chosen from over 4,000 submissions following a contest launched on Céline’s website.
Please Note: We offer this album in its native sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, 24-bit. The provided 96 kHz version was up-sampled and offers no audible value!
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