Celine Dion to Release A New French-Language Album This Spring
Long that we haven't heard about her, now Celine Dion is back on track. The Canadian singer is putting the finishing touches on a new French-language album which is planned for May 22, 2007 release date.
The music effort, titled "D'Elles", according to the singer's record label is a celebration of womanhood featuring songs by famous female writers from Quebec and France, including Francoise Dorin, Christine Orban, Nina Bouraoui, Marie Laberge, Lise Payette, Denise Bombardier, Nathalie Nechtschein, Jovette Bernier and Janette Bertrand.
The first single of the album, called ""S'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là)," written by Dorin, will be serviced to radio and made available for sale digitally on February 14, 2007.
Dion's longtime friend and collaborator, Jean-Jacques Goldman, was the music supervisor, whereas Jacques Veneruso, David Gategno, Erick Benzi, Gildas Arzel, Marc Dupre and Jean-Francois Breau have all contributed to the album.
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