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Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
is the fifth English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on 14 November 1997, by Columbia/Epic Records. The follow-up to her commercially successful album Falling into You
Falling into You
(1996), Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
showed a further progression of Dion's music. Throughout the project, she collaborated with Barbra Streisand, the Bee Gees, Luciano Pavarotti, Carole King, George Martin, Diana King, Brownstone, Corey Hart and her previous producers: David Foster, Ric Wake, Walter Afanasieff, Humberto Gatica and Jim Steinman. Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
includes Dion's biggest hit, "My Heart Will Go On". Written by James Horner
James Horner
and Will Jennings, and serving as the love theme for James Cameron's blockbuster film Titanic, "My Heart Will Go On" topped the charts around the world, and has become Dion's signature song. Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
and its songs won many awards around the world. "My Heart Will Go On" won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Song of the Year and Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television. Let's Talk About Love was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album and "Tell Him" for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
became one of the best-selling albums in history, with sales of over 31 million copies worldwide. It topped the charts around the world, including number one in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Australia and many more. It became one of the best-selling albums of 1997 and 1998 in various countries and also one of the top-selling albums of the decade. It was certified Diamond, Multi-Platinum, Platinum and Gold around the world. The album has sold ten million copies in the US, another ten million in Europe, two million in Latin America, two million in the UK, 1.7 million in Canada, 1.6 million in France, 1.5 million in Germany and over one million in Japan. Various singles were released from the album, depending on the country. In addition to the major success of "My Heart Will Go On", other singles included "Tell Him", "Be the Man", "The Reason", "To Love You More", "Immortality", "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" and "Treat Her Like a Lady".

Contents

1 Conception and composition 2 Critical reception 3 Commercial performance 4 Singles 5 Promotion 6 Accolades 7 Track listing 8 Charts

8.1 Weekly charts 8.2 All-time charts 8.3 Year-end charts 8.4 Decade-end charts

9 Certifications and sales 10 Release history 11 See also 12 References 13 External links

Conception and composition[edit] The follow-up to her successful album Falling into You
Falling into You
(1996), Let's Talk
Talk
About Love was recorded in London, New York, and Los Angeles, and featured a host of special guests: Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand
on "Tell Him", Bee Gees on "Immortality", Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti
Luciano Pavarotti
on "I Hate You Then I Love You", and Jamaican reggae singer Diana King and American R&B group Brownstone on "Treat Her Like a Lady". "The Reason" was co-written by Carole King
Carole King
and produced by George Martin, who produced nearly all of The Beatles' recordings. The most successful single from the album became the classically influenced ballad "My Heart Will Go On", which was written by James Horner
James Horner
and Will Jennings. Serving as the love theme for the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic, "My Heart Will Go On" topped the charts around the world, and has become Dion's signature song. Tracks on Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
were produced mainly by: David Foster, Ric Wake, Walter Afanasieff, Humberto Gatica
Humberto Gatica
and Corey Hart. Let's Talk
Talk
About Love includes several covers: Leo Sayer's "When I Need You", Diana King's "Treat Her Like a Lady", Billy Porter's "Love Is on the Way", Jean-Jacques Goldman's "Puisque Tu Pars" (recorded with English lyrics by Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams
as "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love"), Billy Mann's "You Only Love Once" (recorded with Spanish lyrics by Manny Benito as "Amar Haciendo el Amor"), and Mina's "Grande grande grande" (recorded as an English-language duet titled "I Hate You Then I Love You"). Sony Music Entertainment
Sony Music Entertainment
issued few different editions of Let's Talk
Talk
About Love around the world. Aside from the main thirteen tracks, "To Love You More" was included on the US and Latin America editions, "Be the Man" on the European, Australian and Asian editions, "Amar Haciendo el Amor" outside the US and "Where Is the Love" outside Latin America. Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source Rating

AllMusic [1]

Entertainment Weekly C[2]

Los Angeles Times [3]

Rolling Stone Album
Album
Guide [4]

Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
divided music critics. Billboard editor Paul Verna gave it a positive review. He wrote that Dion's "super-charged vocals are expectedly potent and often reach for heavens" and praised the restrained Bee Gees' collaboration "Immortality", top forty border-breaking "To Love You More", Carole King/ George Martin
George Martin
effort "The Reason", explosive "Us" and the Titanic
Titanic
single "My Heart Will Go On". He also noted that Dion spreads her wings on tracks like the reggae-splashed "Treat Her Like a Lady" featuring Diana King and Brownstone, and "I Hate You Then I Love You", a curious duet with Luciano Pavarotti. Larry Flick, also from Billboard, spoke positively about "Tell Him" and "My Heart Will Go On". He called "Tell Him" an event and wrote that two of pop music's best voices are united on a "grand, wonderfully over-the-top ballad that will melt the heart of even the most jaded listener." He also called it an electrifying "girlfriend" anthem. Flick wrote about "My Heart Will Go On" that this song woos with romantic lyrics and a melancholy melody that is fleshed out with a weeping flute solo. He noted that Dion hit notes that shatter glass but she also build slowly and has the ability to pack volumes of emotion in a whisper. Flick also wrote that "My Heart Will Go On" will add a much-needed touch of class to every station it graces.[5] Senior editor of AllMusic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Stephen Thomas Erlewine
gave Let's Talk About Love four stars out of five. He noted that Falling into You established 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
Barbra Streisand
and the Bee Gees, and production and songs from adult contemporary gurus David Foster, Jim Steinman, and Walter Afanasieff. According to Erlewine, given that so many talented craftsmen worked on Let's Talk
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
Titanic
love theme "My Heart Will Go On") shine the most brilliantly, but even the filler is immaculately produced. Erlewine ended his review saying that 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
Talk
About Love, but it doesn't necessarily mean they will remember all of the record after it has finished playing.[6] David Browne from Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly
gave the album a grade of C. He wrote that aiming for the widest possible audience, Let's Talk
Talk
About Love is top-heavy with renowned duet partners (Barbra Streisand, the Bee Gees, Luciano Pavarotti), proven middle-of-the-road producers (Walter Afanasieff, David Foster, Jim Steinman), and an obligatory remake (a precisely enunciated version of Leo Sayer's "When I Need You"). According to him, most of the album is composed of the heavy-hearted ballads that have made Dion a star, but for added crossover appeal, it also includes a beat-by-numbers dance track ("Just a Little Bit of Love") and an overarranged stab at reggae dancehall (the unintentionally amusing "Treat Her Like a Lady"). And to cement the music-film bond, it even features a movie theme (for the similarly epic Titanic). Browne noted that just as recent big-budget summer movies have piled on special effects at the expense of plausible story lines, Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
forgets that a pop album, no matter the budget, needs solid songs. He felt that most of the songs here, from the Gibb brothers' banal "Immortality" (written for the forthcoming London stage production of Saturday Night Fever) to the air balloon "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic), are flimsy concoctions that droop under the weight of their arrangements. He added that Streisand glides like buttah into the duet Tell Him — making Dion sound like margarine in the process — but the song is an Uberschlock ode to subservience. Browne finished the review saying that Dion gives it her all, sounding hurt or empowered as each number demands, but her voice has so little personality that it too is lost amid the ornateness.[7] Elysa Gardner of the Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
gave the album two out of four stars saying that Dion's voice is a technical marvel, but her delivery lacks the personality and intuitive sense of drama that are a diva's stock in trade.[8][9] A negative review came from Jonathan Bernstein of The New York Observer. He penned the album with the exception of "When I Need You", "Just a Little Bit of Love" and "My Heart Will Go On".[10] Commercial performance[edit] Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
has sold over thirty-one million copies worldwide and became one of the best-selling albums in history.[11] In the United States, it debuted at number two with 334,000 copies sold. The sales kept increasing until a 624,000 total in its sixth week, though remaining at number two. Finally, Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
topped the Billboard 200
Billboard 200
chart the following week in January 1998. Until May 1998, the album stayed a total of seventeen weeks at number two, despite reaching number one only once. It was certified Diamond by the RIAA in November 1999, for selling ten million copies in the US. In Canada, it debuted at number one with 230,212 copies sold, setting a record for the largest opening sales week in Canadian history, until being surpassed by the 306,000 copies sold by Adele's 25 (2015).[12] Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
has sold 1.7 million copies in Canada. It topped the Canadian chart for two weeks. In the United Kingdom, Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
entered the chart at number one and spent four non-consecutive weeks at the top. In October 1998, it was certified six-times Platinum by the BPI, and eventually the album has sold two million copies there. In France, Let's Talk About Love spent seven weeks at number one and was certified Diamond in April 1998, selling 1,610,000 units. Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
became Dion's first chart-topping album in Germany, where it spent five weeks at number one. In 1999, it was certified three-times Platinum by the BVMI for sales of 1.5 million copies. The album has also sold over one million units in Japan and was certified Million by the RIAJ. In Australia, it debuted at number one and spent five non-consecutive weeks at the top. It was certified six-times Platinum by the ARIA. Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
topped the charts around the world and was certified Diamond, Multi-Platinum, Platinum and Gold in many countries. It has sold over ten million copies in Europe (ten-times IFPI Platinum Europe Award) and over two million units in Latin America. Singles[edit] The first single from Let's Talk
Talk
About Love, "Tell Him" (duet with Barbra Streisand) premiered on the radio in the United States
United States
on 7 October 1997. It was not released commercially in the US and therefore it could not enter the Billboard Hot 100. However, the physical single was released on 31 October 1997 in Germany and on 3 November 1997 in the rest of Europe and Australia, and became a hit. The song reached number one in the Netherlands and reached top ten in Ireland, Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Norway and Australia. It was certified Platinum in the Netherlands and Belgium, and Gold in the UK, France, Australia, Switzerland and Norway. In Japan, "Be the Man" was issued as the first single on 13 November 1997. It reached number twenty-four on the Oricon
Oricon
chart and was certified Platinum by the RIAJ. Between 5 and 8 December 1997, "The Reason" was released as the second single in few European countries. It peaked just outside top ten in the UK and Ireland, and also charted in Belgium. "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic) premiered on the radio in the United States
United States
on 25 November 1997. As a commercial single, it was issued there on 10 February 1998. The song debuted at number-one on the Billboard Hot 100, where it stayed for two weeks. It was certified Gold and has sold 1,791,000 copies in the US as of April 2012. The physical single was first released in Germany on 5 December 1997, and later the same month in Australia. In most countries it was issued in January 1998. In France, it was released as a Double A-side single with "The Reason". In the UK, "My Heart Will Go On" was released on 9 February 1998. The song went to number one for many weeks all over the world and became Dion's biggest hit, and one of the best-selling singles of all time, and was the world's best-selling single of 1998. It is considered Dion's signature song and one of the biggest love ballads of the 1990s. Certified Diamond, Multi-Platinum, Platinum and Gold around the world, "My Heart Will Go On" has sold two million copies in Germany, 1.5 million in the UK and 1.2 million in France. "To Love You More" was released as the third but promotional only single in the US on 5 May 1998. Although it could not enter the Billboard Hot 100, "To Love You More" topped the Adult Contemporary chart and reached number eleven on the Hot 100 Airplay. "Immortality" (with the Bee Gees) was released as the next single in Europe, Australia and Canada in June 1998. At first it was issued on 5 June 1998 in Germany and three days later in France. In the UK, it was released on 6 July 1998. The song reached top ten in Germany, Austria, the UK and Switzerland. It was certified Platinum in Germany, Gold in Sweden and Silver in the UK and France. In late September 1998, "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" entered the Adult Contemporary chart in Canada and peaked at number seventeen there. "Treat Her Like a Lady" (featuring Diana King and Brownstone) was released as the last single from Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
in selected European countries. It was issued on 19 March 1999 in Germany and 28 June 1999 in the UK. "Treat Her Like a Lady" reached top forty in Austria, the UK and Ireland. Promotion[edit] In the United States, Dion started promotion of her new album with the performance of "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love" on Good Morning America
Good Morning America
in November 1997. The same month she sang "Immortality" with the Bee Gees at their One Night Only concert in Las Vegas. In December 1997, Dion performed "My Heart Will Go On" on The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and during the Music for UNICEF Concert in New York. On 14 December 1997, she also attended to the premiere of Titanic
Titanic
in Hollywood. In January 1998, Dion sang "My Heart Will Go On" and "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love" on The Today Show and in February 1998, she performed "My Heart Will Go On" on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Dion also performed "My Heart Will Go On" at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards on 25 February 1998 and at the 70th Academy Awards
70th Academy Awards
on 23 March 1998. In April 1998, she sang "Treat Her Like a Lady" with Diana King and Brownstone at the Essence Awards in New York. Later the same month, she performed "My Heart Will Go On", "The Reason" (in duet with Carole King) and several other songs during the VH1 Divas
VH1 Divas
concert in New York. Other performers included Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan and Shania Twain. In May 1998, Dion appeared on The Rosie O'Donnell Show again and sang "To Love You More", her next US single. Dion also promoted Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
in other countries. In November 1997, she performed "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love", "When I Need You" and "Treat Her Like a Lady" during the Canadian television special, Parlons d'amour. The same month, she also performed "The Reason" on Dutch television show, Kanjer Surprise. In December 1997, Dion sang "The Reason" on The Lottery Show, and "The Reason" and "My Heart Will Go On" at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party in the United Kingdom. The same month, she also performed "The Reason" on Fantastico in Italy and Les Années Tubes in France. In January 1998, Dion performed "My Heart Will Go On" on Des O'Connor Tonight in the UK. The next month, she also sang it on Top of the Pops
Top of the Pops
in the UK, Wetten, dass..? in Germany and during the Sanremo Music Festival
Sanremo Music Festival
in Italy. In the latter, she also performed "The Reason". In April 1998, Dion appeared on the French television special titled La Soirée Spéciale: Céline Dion where she performed "My Heart Will Go On", "Let's Talk About Love", "Treat Her Like a Lady" with Diana King and "The Reason". In June 1998, she appeared on another French television show, Hit Machine and sang "The Reason", "Treat Her Like a Lady" with Diana King, "Immortality" with the Bee Gees
Bee Gees
and "My Heart Will Go On". The same month she performed "My Heart Will Go On" and "Immortality" with the Bee Gees
Bee Gees
on the German television show, Geld Oder Liebe. On 9 June 1998, Dion performed "I Hate You Then I Love You" in duet with Luciano Pavarotti and "My Heart Will Go On" at the Pavarotti & Friends charity concert in Italy. In July 1998, she sang "Immortality" with the Bee Gees
Bee Gees
on Top of the Pops
Top of the Pops
in the UK. On 21 August 1998, Dion embarked on the Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
World Tour in Boston. She toured North America till the end of 1998, Asia in early 1999 and North America again in March and April 1999. She also visited Europe in June and July 1999, and North America again at the end of 1999. Many concerts in Europe in May and June 1999 were cancelled when Dion's husband René Angélil
René Angélil
was diagnosed with skin cancer. In August and September 1999, Au cœur du stade
Au cœur du stade
album and Au cœur du stade DVD were released in Europe and Canada. They included the Francophone setlist of the tour. Accolades[edit] Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Celine Dion At the 41st Annual Grammy Awards, "My Heart Will Go On" won Grammy Award for Record of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Song of the Year and Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television, and Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
was nominated for Best Pop Album. One year earlier, "Tell Him" was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. At the American Music Awards of 1999, Dion won American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist, Let's Talk
Talk
About Love was nominated for Favorite Pop/Rock Album
Album
and Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture won in category Favorite Soundtrack. In 1998, Dion won several Billboard Music Awards, including Top Billboard 200
Billboard 200
Album Artist, Top Billboard 200
Billboard 200
Album
Album
Artist - Female, Hot Adult Contemporary Artist, Hot Soundtrack Single ("My Heart Will Go On"), and Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture won in categories Top Billboard 200
Billboard 200
Album
Album
and Hot Soundtrack Album. Dion was also nominated for the Billboard Music Awards for Top Pop Artist - Female, Hot Adult Contemporary Singles & Tracks ("My Heart Will Go On") and Top Billboard 200
Billboard 200
Album
Album
(Let's Talk
Talk
About Love). At the Juno Awards of 1999, Dion won in categories: Best Female Vocalist, Best Album
Album
(Let's Talk
Talk
About Love), Best Selling Album
Album
(Foreign or Domestic) (Let's Talk About Love) and International Achievement Award. And the Juno nominees included: Best Single ("My Heart Will Go On"), Best Pop Album
Album
(Let's Talk
Talk
About Love), Best Selling Album
Album
(Foreign or Domestic) (Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture) and Producer of the Year (Corey Hart for "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" and "Where Is the Love"). Dion also won World Music Award for World's Best Selling Canadian Artist of the Year in 1998 and World's Best Selling Female Pop Artist of the Year in 1999. At the 25th People's Choice Awards, Dion won in category Favorite Female Musical Performer and in 1998, she won three VH1 Awards for Artist of the Year, Best Female Artist and Diva of the Year. "My Heart Will Go On" also won Academy Award for Best Original Song and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. Other awards won by Dion included: Amigo Award for Best International Female Artist, ASCAP Film and Television Music Award for Most Performed Song from Motion Picture ("My Heart Will Go On"), ASCAP Pop Awards for Most Performed Songs ("My Heart Will Go On" twice and "To Love You More"), Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favourite Song from a Movie ("My Heart Will Go On") (Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture was nominated for Favorite Soundtrack), BMI Film & TV Award for Most Performed Song from a Film, BMI Pop Awards for Most Performed Songs ("My Heart Will Go On" and "To Love You More" twice), Gold Otto for Female Singer at the Bravo Otto
Bravo Otto
Awards, Echo Award for International Female Artist of the Year in 1999 (nominated in the same category in 1998), Félix Award
Félix Award
for Artist of the Year Achieving the Most Success in a Language Other Than French in 1999 (nominated in the same category in 1998), Gémeaux Award for Best Variety Special
Special
(Let's Talk
Talk
About Love avec Céline Dion) (also nominated in other categories for Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
avec Céline Dion and Let's talk from Las Vegas, Céline television specials), Hungarian Music Award for International Album
Album
of the Year (Let's Talk
Talk
About Love), Japan Gold Disc Award for International Artist of the Year and International Pop Album
Album
of the Year (Let's Talk
Talk
About Love), Japan Record Award in category Special
Special
Achievement Award ("My Heart Will Go On"), Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Song ("My Heart Will Go On"), Malta Music Award for Best Selling Female International Artist, MuchMusic Video Award for Peoples Choice: Favourite Artist ("My Heart Will Go On"), NARM Best Seller Award for 1997-1998 Soundtrack (Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture), Performance Magazine Award for Best Pop Act, Pop Corn Music Award for Best Female Singer of the Year, Satellite Awards for Best Original Song ("My Heart Will Go On") and Best Original Score (Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture) and South African Music Award for Best Selling International Album
Album
(Let's Talk
Talk
About Love). Dion was also nominated for Brit Award for Best International Female in 1998 and accepted the award for Best Soundtrack (Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture) on behalf of James Horner
James Horner
in 1999. She was also nominated for MTV Europe Music Award for Best Female, MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film ("My Heart Will Go On") and MTV Video Music Award – Viewer's Choice ("My Heart Will Go On"). Other nominations include: Danish Music Awards for Best International Female Singer and Best International Hit ("My Heart Will Go On"), Edison Awards for Best International Female Singer and Single of the Year ("Tell Him"), and Fryderyk
Fryderyk
Award for Best Foreign Album
Album
(Let's Talk About Love). Her television special Celine Dion
Celine Dion
- Let's Talk
Talk
About Love was also nominated for Gemini Award in category Best Photography in a Comedy, Variety, Performing Arts Program or Series. Track listing[edit]

US edition

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length

1. "The Reason"

Carole King Mark Hudson Greg Wells

George Martin 5:01

2. "Immortality" (with the Bee Gees)

Barry Gibb Robin Gibb Maurice Gibb

Walter Afanasieff 4:11

3. "Treat Her Like a Lady" (featuring Diana King and Brownstone)

Diana King Andy Marvel Billy Mann Celine Dion

Ric Wake 4:05

4. "Why Oh Why"

Marti Sharron Dan Sembello

David Foster 4:50

5. "Love Is on the Way"

Peter Zizzo Denise Rich Tina Shafer

Wake 4:25

6. "Tell Him" (duet with Barbra Streisand)

Linda Thompson Afanasieff Foster

Foster Afanasieff

4:51

7. "Where Is the Love" Corey Hart Hart 4:55

8. "When I Need You"

Albert Hammond Carole Bayer Sager

Foster 4:12

9. "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" Hart Hart 4:40

10. "Us" Billy Pace

Humberto Gatica Pace Jim Steinman

5:47

11. "Just a Little Bit of Love"

Maria Christensen Arnie Roman Arthur Jacobson

Wake 4:06

12. "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic)

James Horner Will Jennings

Afanasieff Horner

4:40

13. "I Hate You Then I Love You" (duet with Luciano Pavarotti)

Tony Renis Manuel de Falla Alberto Testa Fabio Testa Norman Newell

Foster Gatica Renis

4:43

14. "To Love You More"

Foster Junior Miles

Foster 5:28

15. "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love"

Bryan Adams Jean-Jacques Goldman Eliot Kennedy

Foster 5:12

Canadian edition

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length

1. "The Reason"

C. King Hudson Wells

Martin 5:01

2. "Immortality" (with the Bee Gees)

B. Gibb R. Gibb M. Gibb

Afanasieff 4:11

3. "Treat Her Like a Lady" (featuring Diana King and Brownstone)

D. King Marvel Mann Dion

Wake 4:05

4. "Why Oh Why"

Sharron Sembello

Foster 4:50

5. "Love Is on the Way"

Zizzo Rich Shafer

Wake 4:25

6. "Tell Him" (duet with Barbra Streisand)

Thompson Afanasieff Foster

Foster Afanasieff

4:51

7. "Amar Haciendo el Amor"

Mann Rich Manny Benito

Wake Gatica

4:11

8. "When I Need You"

Hammond Bayer Sager

Foster 4:12

9. "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" Hart Hart 4:40

10. "Us" Pace

Gatica Pace Steinman

5:47

11. "Just a Little Bit of Love"

Christensen Roman Jacobson

Wake 4:06

12. "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic)

Horner Jennings

Afanasieff Horner

4:40

13. "Where Is the Love" Hart Hart 4:55

14. "I Hate You Then I Love You" (duet with Luciano Pavarotti)

Renis Falla A. Testa F. Testa Newell

Foster Gatica Renis

4:43

15. "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love"

Adams Goldman Kennedy

Foster 5:12

European/Australian/Asian edition

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length

1. "The Reason"

C. King Hudson Wells

Martin 5:01

2. "Immortality" (with the Bee Gees)

B. Gibb R. Gibb M. Gibb

Afanasieff 4:11

3. "Treat Her Like a Lady" (featuring Diana King and Brownstone)

D. King Marvel Mann Dion

Wake 4:05

4. "Why Oh Why"

Sharron Sembello

Foster 4:50

5. "Love Is on the Way"

Zizzo Rich Shafer

Wake 4:25

6. "Tell Him" (duet with Barbra Streisand)

Thompson Afanasieff Foster

Foster Afanasieff

4:51

7. "Amar Haciendo el Amor"

Mann Rich Manny Benito

Wake Gatica

4:11

8. "When I Need You"

Hammond Bayer Sager

Foster 4:12

9. "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" Hart Hart 4:40

10. "Us" Pace

Gatica Pace Steinman

5:47

11. "Just a Little Bit of Love"

Christensen Roman Jacobson

Wake 4:06

12. "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic)

Horner Jennings

Afanasieff Horner

4:40

13. "Where Is the Love" Hart Hart 4:55

14. "Be the Man"

Foster Miles

Foster 4:39

15. "I Hate You Then I Love You" (duet with Luciano Pavarotti)

Renis Falla A. Testa F. Testa Newell

Foster Gatica Renis

4:43

16. "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love"

Adams Goldman Kennedy

Foster 5:12

Latin America edition

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length

1. "The Reason"

C. King Hudson Wells

Martin 5:01

2. "Immortality" (with the Bee Gees)

B. Gibb R. Gibb M. Gibb

Afanasieff 4:11

3. "Treat Her Like a Lady" (featuring Diana King and Brownstone)

D. King Marvel Mann Dion

Wake 4:05

4. "Why Oh Why"

Sharron Sembello

Foster 4:50

5. "Love Is on the Way"

Zizzo Rich Shafer

Wake 4:25

6. "Tell Him" (duet with Barbra Streisand)

Thompson Afanasieff Foster

Foster Afanasieff

4:51

7. "Amar Haciendo el Amor"

Mann Rich Manny Benito

Wake Gatica

4:11

8. "When I Need You"

Hammond Bayer Sager

Foster 4:12

9. "Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)" Hart Hart 4:40

10. "Us" Pace

Gatica Pace Steinman

5:47

11. "Just a Little Bit of Love"

Christensen Roman Jacobson

Wake 4:06

12. "My Heart Will Go On" (love theme from Titanic)

Horner Jennings

Afanasieff Horner

4:40

13. "I Hate You Then I Love You" (duet with Luciano Pavarotti)

Renis Falla A. Testa F. Testa Newell

Foster Gatica Renis

4:43

14. "To Love You More"

Foster Miles

Foster 5:28

15. "Let's Talk
Talk
About Love"

Adams Goldman Kennedy

Foster 5:12

Asian tour limited edition bonus disc

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length

1. "My Heart Will Go On" (Richie Jones Mix)

Horner Jennings

Afanasieff Horner

4:15

2. "To Love You More" ( Tony Moran Mix)

Foster Miles

Foster 9:27

3. "Be the Man" (Karaoke Version)

Foster Miles

Foster 4:37

4. "Unison" (Remix)

Andy Goldmark Bruce Roberts

Goldmark 4:04

5. "Love Can Move Mountains" (Live Version) Diane Warren Wake 4:42

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1997–98) Peak position

Australian Albums (ARIA)[13] 1

Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[14] 1

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Flanders)[15] 1

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Wallonia)[16] 1

Canada Top Albums/CDs (RPM)[17] 1

Canadian Albums (Billboard)[18] 1

Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[19] 1

Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[20] 1

European Albums (Top 100)[21] 1

Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)[22] 1

French Albums (SNEP)[23] 1

German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[24] 1

Hungarian Albums (MAHASZ)[25] 3

Irish Albums (IRMA)[21] 1

Italian Albums (FIMI)[26] 1

Italian Albums (Hit Parade)[27] 1

Japanese Albums (Oricon)[28] 5

Malaysian Albums (RIM)[29] 1

New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[30] 1

Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[31] 1

Portuguese Albums (AFP)[32] 3

Scottish Albums (OCC)[33] 1

Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[21] 3

Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[34] 1

Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[35] 1

UK Albums (OCC)[36] 1

US Billboard 200[37] 1

All-time charts[edit]

Chart Position

Canadian Albums (SoundScan)[38] 2

French Albums (SNEP)[39] 77

UK Albums (OCC)[40] 62

US Billboard 200[41] 164

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1997) Position

Australian Albums (ARIA)[42] 5

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Flanders)[43] 5

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Wallonia)[44] 4

Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[45] 21

Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[46] 33

French Albums (SNEP)[47] 8

German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[48] 87

New Zealand (RMNZ)[49] 50

Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[50] 33

UK Albums (OCC)[51] 7

Chart (1998) Position

Australian Albums (ARIA)[52] 11

Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[53] 4

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Flanders)[54] 6

Belgian Albums ( Ultratop Wallonia)[55] 7

Canada Top Albums/CDs (RPM)[56] 6

Canadian Albums (Billboard)[57] 5

Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[58] 2

Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[59] 2

French Albums (SNEP)[60] 9

German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[61] 2

Italian Albums (Hit Parade)[27] 2

Japanese Albums (Oricon)[62] 28

New Zealand (RMNZ)[63] 3

Norwegian Winter Period Albums (VG-lista)[64] 1

Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[50] 13

Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[65] 1

UK Albums (OCC)[66] 8

US Billboard 200[67] 2

Chart (1999) Position

UK Albums (OCC)[68] 128

US Billboard 200[69] 101

Chart (2000) Position

Finnish Foreign Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)[70] 8

Decade-end charts[edit]

Chart (1990–99) Position

Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[71] 24

US Billboard 200[72] 11

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales

Argentina (CAPIF)[73] 2× Platinum 120,000^

Australia (ARIA)[74] 6× Platinum 420,000^

Austria (IFPI Austria)[75] 2× Platinum 100,000*

Belgium (BEA)[76] 4× Platinum 200,000*

Canada (Music Canada)[77] Diamond 1,700,000[78]

Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[79] 2× Platinum 97,744[79]

France (SNEP)[80] Diamond 1,610,000[81]

Germany (BVMI)[82] 3× Platinum 1,500,000^

Hong Kong (IFPI Hong Kong)[83][84] 2× Platinum 40,000*

Japan (RIAJ)[85] Million 1,000,000^

Netherlands (NVPI)[86] 5× Platinum 500,000^

New Zealand (RMNZ)[87] 9× Platinum 135,000^

Norway (IFPI Norway)[88] 4× Platinum 200,000*

Poland (ZPAV)[89] 2× Platinum 200,000*

Spain (PROMUSICAE)[50] 4× Platinum 400,000^

Sweden (GLF)[90] 3× Platinum 240,000^

Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[91] 6× Platinum 300,000^

Taiwan (RIT)

500,000[92]

United Kingdom (BPI)[93] 6× Platinum 1,984,152[40]

United States
United States
(RIAA)[94] Diamond 10,000,000^

Uruguay (CUD)[95] Gold 3,000^

Summaries

Europe (IFPI)[96] 10× Platinum 10,000,000*

Latin America

2,000,000[97]

Worldwide

31,000,000[11]

*sales figures based on certification alone ^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog

Australia 14 November 1997 Epic CD 489159 2

Japan 15 November 1997 ESCA 6877

Europe 17 November 1997 Columbia 34586 8

United States 18 November 1997 Epic BK 68861

Canada Columbia CK 68861

See also[edit]

Best-selling albums in the United States
United States
since Nielsen SoundScan tracking began Juno Award for Album
Album
of the Year List of best-selling albums List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in Brazil List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in Canada List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in Europe List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in France List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in Germany List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in Japan List of best-selling albums
List of best-selling albums
in the United States List of Billboard 200
Billboard 200
number-one albums of 1998

List of diamond-certified albums in Canada List of European number-one hits of 1997 List of European number-one hits of 1998 List of fastest-selling albums List of number-one albums from the 1990s (New Zealand) List of number-one albums in Australia during the 1990s List of number-one albums of 1997 (Canada) List of number-one singles of 1998 (France) List of Top 25 albums for 1997 in Australia List of Top 25 albums for 1998 in Australia List of UK Albums Chart number ones of the 1990s

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External links[edit]

Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
at Discogs
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Celine Dion

Albums discography Singles discography Songs Videography Tours and shows Awards and nominations

Studio albums

French

La voix du bon Dieu Céline Dion chante Noël Tellement j'ai d'amour... Les chemins de ma maison Chants et contes de Noël Mélanie C'est pour toi Incognito Dion chante Plamondon D'eux S'il suffisait d'aimer 1 fille & 4 types D'elles Sans attendre Encore un soir

English

Unison Celine Dion The Colour of My Love Falling into You Let's Talk
Talk
About Love These Are Special
Special
Times A New Day Has Come One Heart Miracle Taking Chances Loved Me Back to Life

Live albums

Céline Dion en concert À l'Olympia Live à Paris Au cœur du stade A New Day...
A New Day...
Live in Las Vegas Taking Chances
Taking Chances
World Tour: The Concert Céline une seule fois / Live 2013

Compilations

French

Du soleil au cœur Les plus grands succès de Céline Dion Les oiseaux du bonheur Les chansons en or The Best of Celine Dion Les premières années Gold Vol. 1 Gold Vol. 2 C'est pour vivre The Collection 1982–1988 The Early Singles On ne change pas Un peu de nous

English

All the Way... A Decade of Song The Collector's Series, Volume One Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
/ Falling into You
Falling into You
/ A New Day Has Come Complete Best Ultimate Box My Love: Essential Collection The Best of Celine Dion
Celine Dion
& David Foster

Videography

Unison The Colour of My Love
The Colour of My Love
Concert Live à Paris Live in Memphis Au cœur du stade All the Way... A Decade of Song
All the Way... A Decade of Song
& Video On ne change pas Live in Las Vegas: A New Day... Céline sur les Plaines Celine: Through the Eyes of the World Taking Chances
Taking Chances
World Tour: The Concert Céline une seule fois / Live 2013

Concert tours

Céline Dion en concert Incognito tournée Unison Tour Celine Dion
Celine Dion
in Concert The Colour of My Love
The Colour of My Love
Tour D'eux
D'eux
Tour Falling into You: Around the World Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
World Tour Taking Chances
Taking Chances
World Tour Tournée Européenne 2013 Asia Tour
Asia Tour
(cancelled) Summer Tour 2016 Celine Dion
Celine Dion
Live 2017 Celine Dion
Celine Dion
Live 2018

Concert residencies

A New Day... Celine

TV Specials

These Are Special
Special
Times All the Way... A Decade of Song A New Day Has Come Celine in Las Vegas, Opening Night Live That's Just the Woman in Me

Related

René Angélil
René Angélil
(husband) Thérèse Dion (mother) Nickels Grill & Bar Schwartz's Celine Dion
Celine Dion
Parfums Céline Miracle: A Celebration of New Life

Book Category Portal

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UK Christmas number-one albums in the 1990s

The Immaculate Collection
The Immaculate Collection
(Madonna, 1990) Greatest Hits II (Queen, 1991) Greatest Hits: 1965–1992 (Cher, 1992) Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell (Meat Loaf, 1993) Carry On up the Charts
Carry On up the Charts
(The Beautiful South, 1994) Robson & Jerome (Robson & Jerome, 1995) Spice (Spice Girls, 1996) Let's Talk About Love
Let's Talk About Love
( Celine Dion, 1997) Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael
George Michael
(George Michael, 1998) Come On Over (Shania Twain, 1999)

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Juno Award for Album
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of the Year (1980–1999)

1980s

1980: Anne Murray
Anne Murray
– New Kind of Feeling 1981: Anne Murray
Anne Murray
– Anne Murray's Greatest Hits 1982: Loverboy
Loverboy
– Loverboy 1983: Loverboy
Loverboy
– Get Lucky 1984: Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams
– Cuts Like a Knife 1985: Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams
– Reckless 1986: Glass Tiger
Glass Tiger
– The Thin Red Line 1987: Kim Mitchell
Kim Mitchell
– Shakin' Like a Human Being 1988: no award ceremony held 1989: Robbie Robertson
Robbie Robertson
– Robbie Robertson

1990s

1990: Alannah Myles
Alannah Myles
– Alannah Myles 1991: Celine Dion
Celine Dion
– Unison 1992: Tom Cochrane
Tom Cochrane
– Mad Mad World 1993: k.d. lang – Ingénue 1994: Neil Young
Neil Young
– Harvest Moon 1995: Celine Dion
Celine Dion
– The Colour of My Love 1996: Alanis Morissette
Alanis Morissette
– Jagged Little Pill 1997: The Tragically Hip
The Tragically Hip
– Trouble at the Henhouse 1998: Sarah McLachlan
Sarah McLachlan
– Surfacing 1999: Celine Dion
Celine Dion
– Let's Talk
Talk
About Love

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