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Let's Talk About Love


Download links and information about Let's Talk About Love by Céline Dion / Celine Dion. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Classical genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:06:13 minutes.

Artist: Céline Dion / Celine Dion
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Pop, Classical
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:06:13
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No. Title Length
1. The Reason 5:00
2. Immortality (featuring Bee Gees) 4:10
3. Treat Her Like a Lady 4:05
4. Why Oh Why 4:50
5. Love Is On the Way 4:25
6. Tell Him (Duet With Barbra Streisand) (featuring Barbra Streisand) 4:50
7. Where Is the Love 4:54
8. When I Need You 4:11
9. Miles to Go (Before I Sleep) 4:39
10. Us 5:45
11. Just a Little Bit of Love 4:06
12. My Heart Will Go On 4:39
13. To Love You More 5:27
14. Let's Talk About Love 5:12



Falling Into You finally established Celine Dion as a superstar in America, so its sequel, Let's Talk About Love, was designed to consolidate her position as a newly minted star. The album was constructed as a blockbuster, featuring Dion's trademark melodramatic ballads, some carefully tailored dance-pop, a bevy of duets with the likes of Barbra Streisand and the Bee Gees, and production and songs from adult contemporary gurus David Foster, Jim Steinman, and Walter Afanasieff. Given that so many talented craftsmen worked on Let's Talk About Love, it makes sense that a number of the cuts succeed according to adult contemporary terms — they are predictably sweeping showcases for Dion's soaring, technically skilled voice. As usual, the singles (including the Streisand duet "Tell Him" and the Titanic love theme "My Heart Will Go On") shine the most brilliantly, but even the filler is immaculately produced. If the end result doesn't quite gel as an album, that shouldn't be surprising — this is music by committee, a product that was made to appeal to the widest possible audience. Such a calculated execution guarantees that anyone who liked one of the singles shouldn't be disappointed by Let's Talk About, but it doesn't necessarily mean they'll remember all of the record after it's finished playing. [The Canadian edition adds extra tracks "Amar Haciendo el Amor" and "Be the Man."]