- Les chansons en or
Infobox Album | Name = Les chansons en or
Type = Greatest hits
Artist = Céline Dion
Released = start date|1986|6|2
Recorded = 1981-1986
Genre = Pop
Length = 41:03
Label = TBS
Producer = Eddy Marnay, Rudy
Last album = "
Céline Dion en concert"
This album = "Les chansons en or"
Next album = "Incognito"
Misc = Singles
Name = Les chansons en or
Type = greatest hits
Single 1 =
Fais ce que tu voudras
Single 1 date = May 1986
"Les chansons en or" (meaning "The Golden Songs") is a French
greatest hits albumby Canadian singer Céline Dion, released in Quebec, Canada on June 2 1986. It's her 12th French album and 2nd greatest hits.
Dion was very hardworking during the past 5 years. She had recorded 9 albums for the Canadian market (5 regular releases, 2 Christmas albums, 1 live recording, and 1 greatest hits). She had also released 2 compilations in France. Dion got gold and platinum certifications for her albums and singles and received 11
Félix Awards and 2 Yamaha Music Festival Awards. It was about time to sum up those achievements and that's how "Les chansons en or" was born.
It was promoted by the new song "
Fais ce que tu voudras," which reached number 36 on the Quebec chart.
Dion did her first French music video for that single. Her first commercial video ever was for an English song "Listen to the Magic Man" in 1985. It was Dion's first movie song as well as her first English song recorded in the studio. This greatest hits album was Céline Dion's first album released on a CD. [cite book | author=Glatzer, Jenna| title=Céline Dion: For Keeps | publisher=Andrews McMeel Publishing| year=2005 | id=ISBN 0-7407-5559-5]
Ce n'était qu'un rêve" (Thérèse Dion, Céline Dion, Jacques Dion) – 3:52
#"La voix du bon Dieu" (Eddy Marnay, Suzanne-Mia Dumont) – 3:22
Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi" (Marnay, Hubert Giraud) - 3:01
D'amour ou d'amitié" (Eddy, Jean Pierre Lang, Roland Vincent) – 4:05
Mon ami m'a quittée" (Marnay, Christian Loigerot, Thierry Geoffroy) – 3:05
#"Les chemins de ma maison" (Marnay, Patrick Lemaitre, Alain Bernard) – 4:16
Mon rêve de toujours" (Marnay, Jean-Pierre Goussaud) – 4:23
#"Mélanie" (Marnay, Diane Juster) – 3:48
Une colombe" (Paul Baillargeon, Marcel Lefebvre) – 3:13
#"C'est pour toi" (Marnay, François Orenn) – 4:07
Fais ce que tu voudras" (Marnay, René Grignon) – 3:43
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