Sunday, June 26, 2011


"Tell Him" is a duet between Barbra Streisand and Céline Dion. It was released on November 3, 1997 as the first single from Dion's Let's Talk About Love and Streisand's Higher Ground albums. On March 24, 1997 Céline Dion became the first artist ever to perform twice on the same Academy Awards night. In addition to singing "Because You Loved Me," she also sang "I Finally Found Someone" from the movie The Mirror Has Two Faces, recorded by Barbra Streisand and Bryan Adams. Streisand preferred not to perform that night and Natalie Cole had been scheduled to sing her song instead. But Cole pulled out and two days before the Oscar night, Céline Dion was asked if she could do it. Although nervous, she accepted and managed to perform on the night.

A few days later, Streisand sent Dion flowers and a note: "I watched the tape afterwards, you sang my song beautifully and I regret I wasn't in the room to hear you, next time let's make one together. I really wish your song would have won, you are a wonderful singer." That note wasn't left without an answer and René Angélil called up David Foster to write a song for them, and the result was "Tell Him."On October 7, 1997 "Tell Him" had its first runs on the United States radio waves. This duet was rejected however by non-adult contemporary radio stations. Even if the song was a large adult contemporary hit, Sony Music Entertainment cancelled the U.S. single release, because it didn't have a broad enough support to put the song on top of the charts. However, "Tell Him" was a huge hit outside the U.S.

"Tell Him" peaked at number 2 in the Netherlands and Ireland, number 3 in Belgium, Europe, France and the United Kingdom, number 4 in Italy and Switzerland, and was a top 10 hit in many other countries. The single has sold very well around the world, receiving platinum awards in the Netherlands (75,000), Belgium (50,000), and gold in the United Kingdom (400,000), France (400,000), Australia (35,000), Switzerland (25,000) and Norway (10,000). "Tell Him" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in 1998.

"Tell Him" was later included on both artists' compilations: Dion's The Collector's Series, Volume One and Streisand's The Essential Barbra Streisand. In 2008, it became also a part of Dion's greatest hits My Love: Essential Collection.

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Call the Man" is the fifth and last commercial single from Céline Dion's album Falling into You. It was released on June 23, 1997 outside the North America. "Call the Man" was written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield who already wrote for Dion her 1995 smash hit "Think Twice," and produced by Jim Steinman who also worked on her previous single "It's All Coming Back to Me Now." The music video was directed by Greg Masuak in 1995 and already used for two other songs in edited versions: "Je sais pas" and "Next Plane Out." The single was released during the second European leg of the Falling into You Tour and peaked at number 8 in Ireland and 11 in the United Kingdom. On April 17, 1997 Céline Dion performed "Call the Man" with a 30-voice gospel choir during the World Music Awards ceremony. She was the big star of that evening, winning three awards: Best-selling Canadian Female Singer, Best-selling Artist and Best-selling Pop Artist, after selling over 25 million albums in 1996. It was the second year in a row that Dion has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. In 2008, "Call the Man" was included on the European version of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection.


"Send Me a Lover" is a single performed by Taylor Dayne, written by Rick Hahn and George Thatcher, and released on September 6, 1993 from her Soul Dancing album (July 12, 1993). It peaked at number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 19 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks. Dion's version (with heavily revised verses and slightly altered chorus lyrics) was a "leftover" from the recording sessions of the Celine Dion album in 1992, which remained unreleased until 1994. It was offered for various benefit collections, mostly for women’s causes. First it was released on the Kumbaya Album 1994. All proceeds from this CD went to support AIDS awareness and services. It also appeared on the In Between Dances (1995) (of which profits were given to research on breast cancer), The Power of Peace (1996) (to celebrate the 50 years of CARA), and Women for Women, Vol. 2 (1996) (another album to get funds for the research on breast cancer). It was also included as the B-side of the UK single "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" in 1995. Dion's version was issued in the U.S. in December 1996, as a radio single from the Women for Women, Vol. 2 album, released on September 17, 1996. It peaked at number 23 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks.

Fixing Garage Doors

Fixing garage doors could probably one of the most stressing and demanding jobs to do. Well, first, we all know how heavy the garage doors are and they're kinda hard if you fix it alone.
Also, the spare parts of garage doors, unlike what typical doors have, are quite hard to find as well. There are also equipments made specifically for Garage doors.
Well, for me, instead of exerting all your efforts looking for those "hard to find" spares and spending your savings to those expensive equipments and tools, much better if you just hire an expert technician and let him do the rest of the job.
This will not just save your time but also save your money as well. And if you were lucky, you can find or hire someone from a reputable company like the "All About Doors and Tigard Door Co., a well known company who provides high quality Garage doors Portland Services in Oregon. You're very lucky indeed because most likely, you will end up saving big bucks knowing that they can give your garage door a long lasting durability which means it will took years before it needs a next replacement.
But of course, if you really know how to fix the door yourself, then much better right? If you don't then I strongly advice to hire a technician instead of taking the risk.
Have a great day guys and Happy Monday to everyone.

Thursday, June 23, 2011


"All by Myself" is a power ballad written and performed by Eric Carmen in 1975. But one of the more notable cover versions of "All by Myself" was recorded by Céline Dion in 1996. It was the fourth (or third, depending on the country) hit single from her album Falling into You. Produced by David Foster at Compass Point Studios in The Bahamas, it was released on October 7, 1996 in Europe, January 13, 1997 in Australia, and March 11, 1997 in North America.There were three music videos made. The first one was released in October 1996. It contains fragments from Dion's photo session for the Falling into You album cover and some scenes from her Live à Paris concert. It was made for the single version. The second version was made for the UK market with the same white t-shirt scenes but adding footage of a young couple in love at Christmas time, instead of scenes from Dion's concert. This was made for the album version. Finally, a live music video was released in March 1997 in North America (from the 1996 concert in Montreal). The "All by Myself" single became one of Dion's biggest hits in the United States, reaching number 1 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks (for three weeks) and the Latin Pop Airplay (two weeks). It peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 (number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and number 5 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales). It was also a top 10 hit in France, United Kingdom, Wallonia in Belgium and the Republic of Ireland. In Canada, "All by Myself" was released as a promotional single only, hitting number 1 on the Adult Contemporary Chart. "All by Myself" was certified gold in the U.S. (500,000), and silver in the UK (200,000) and France (165,000).


"The Power of the Dream" is a single by Céline Dion, released on August 20, 1996 in Japan."The Power of the Dream" was written and produced by David Foster and Babyface for the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Summer Olympics. Dion performed it in front of more than 100,000 people, in addition to over three and a half billion television viewers. She gave away the money she received for the occasion, to support Canadian athletes. The music video shows Céline Dion performing the song during the opening ceremony of the 1996 Summer Olympics. The single peaked at number 30 on the Oricon Singles Chart in Japan and was certified gold (75,000 copies sold). Although it wasn't released in other countries, many radio stations all over the world played "The Power of the Dream" and it even charted on some airplay charts.

The song was included on the limited editions of Falling into You album in Asia and Australia. "The Power of the Dream" was also a B-side of "Because You Loved Me," "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" and "All by Myself" singles. It became available worldwide on Dion's 2000 compilation The Collector's Series, Volume One. In 2008, the song was included on the U.S. version of My Love: Essential Collection.

Forms of Advertising

There are so many forms of advertising and all of them are indeed effective in their own special way. Television advertisements are probably the most common and the most effective one. First of all, it gives viewers a chance to view the product. Sellers has a chance to illustrate their products visually, making it easy for their customers to understand what their products really are. Radio Advertisements, on the other hands is not as effective as the Tv commercials but can still attract potential buyers especially those active and avid radio listeners.
Giant billboards are so helpful too since they make the products more visible. Posters and flyers is probably the cheapest form though it needs manual labors to distribute and to post their ads effectively.
Of course, there's nothing can be cheaper than free services right? Well, that's what free classified ads do. Online advertising has different and very interesting approach. Online classifieds offer free services allowing sellers to post an ad with no charge or hidden fees involved. It covers those online businesses too. It helps them to attract customers over the Internet. It is indeed the easiest, the cheapest and the most convenient form of advertising. But of course, you have to keep your product in high standards. Make it more unique that would outsell other items online. It's a matter of strategizing your business too.

Sunday, June 19, 2011


The song was the first on Dion's album Falling into You. Steinman produced the track, with Steven Rinkoff and Roy Bittan as co-producers. Bat out of Hell and Meat Loaf collaborators Todd Rundgren, Eric Troyer, Rory Dodd, Glen Burtnick and Kasim Sulton provided backing vocals. The song attracted generally positive reviews. The Calgary Sun stated: "[The song] is undoubtedly the highlight of her English-language recording career. Dion's over-the-top vocals soar and swoop around Steinman's epic, ostentatious arrangement. Not surprisingly, everything else that follows... pales in comparison." Toronto's Eye Weekly said Steinman's "fatal absence from the last Meat Loaf record is finally justified here", and The Miami Herald said "Dion knocks a couple out of the ballpark... [the song] features seven minutes of Wagnerian bombast, thunderclap piano chords and emoting that would wither an opera diva. Sure, it's over-the-top but it's passionate and musical." Some other reviews were less enthusiastic. After labelling Dion "a Madonna-meets-Meat Loaf vocal freak", The Vancouver Sun called the song "intensely self-indulgent, pompously self-important and mediocre beyond belief, the song just never ends." The Ottawa Sun called it 'turgid', while The Toronto Sun, coincidentally, said that it "sounds like a Meat Loaf reject."


"Because You Loved Me" is a song from Céline Dion's album Falling into You, released as the first single on February 19, 1996 in North America and Japan. In other parts of the world it was released in May 1996 as the second single, after "Falling into You."The song was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, as well as four Grammy Awards. It won a Grammy Award for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (award went to Diane Warren), and was nominated for the Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. "Because You Loved Me" is one of Céline Dion's biggest hits and signature songs. It reached number 1 in the United States (6 weeks at the top), Australia (3 weeks) and Canada (1 week). In all of these countries, it was her second number 1 song, after "The Power of Love."
"Because You Loved Me" was also a hit in the rest of the world reaching number 2 in Ireland, number 3 in New Zealand and Switzerland, number 4 in the Netherlands, number 5 in the United Kingdom and Belgium etc. The song became a part of two greatest hits released by Dion: All the Way… A Decade of Song in 1999 and My Love: Essential Collection in 2008. Lately, "Because You Loved Me" could be found on the Live in Las Vegas - A New Day... DVD and it was also performed during the 2008-09 Taking Chances Tour. Live performances can be found on the A New Day... Live in Las Vegas CD, as well as the English edition of Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert DVD/CD. The track was covered by Johnny Mathis (1998), Michael Ball (1998), Vivian Reed (2001), Jane McDonald (2001), Siti Nurhaliza (2005), Clay Aiken (2006), Miho Fukuhara (2007) and Nina Girado (2008).

Easy Viewing Experience

Facebook is like a part of my everyday life now. It's like a daily routine already that i have to update my status and check some of my friends updates too. Being an Internet Savvy guy and as for a guy who used to spend most of his time online, Facebook is such a great tool not just for promoting my sites but also as an effective stress reliever. Checking some of the recent photos from my friends' profiles and watching those videos that they share on facebook keep all my stress away.
Good thing I can now access facebook on my mobile phone, making it more convenient to me especially when i'm at the office. We're lucky yo have these modern advances right?
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Saturday, June 18, 2011


"Falling into You" is a 1994 single by Argentine singer Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo, which was her biggest hit. It subsequently became the title track from Céline Dion's 1996 hit album Falling into You, released as the first single in Europe and Australia on February 19, 1996. In other parts of the world "Because You Loved Me" was released as the lead track. The final arrangement used on Celine Dion's version uses an identical backing track to D'Ubaldo's original version. The music video was directed by Nigel Dick between January 18-19, 1996 in Gorbio, France and released in February 1996. "Falling into You" reached number 1 in Spain and in Greece, and became a top 10 hit in Norway (number 8) and in the UK (number 10). The single has sold 170,000 copies in the UK and 165,000 in France, where it remains undercertified (should be silver). "Falling into You" became a part of the Australian edition of All the Way… A Decade of Song greatest hits in 1999, The Collector's Series, Volume One compilation in 2000 and the European version of My Love: Essential Collection greatest hits in 2008.


"(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman" was released as a promotional single by Céline Dion on October 23, 1995 in the United States, Canada and Australia. It was featured on a tribute album to Carole King, called Tapestry Revisited from October 24, 1995. Later, Céline Dion included this track on most versions of her 1996 album Falling into You. The track was produced by David Foster. Although there was no music video made, Dion's version enjoyed a moderate success on the adult contemporary charts, reaching number 9 in Canada and number 31 in the United States. In 2008, the song was featured on the U.S. version of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection.

On April 14, 1998, Céline Dion, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Shania Twain, Gloria Estefan and Carole King performed during a VH1 Divas concert at the Beacon Theatre, New York. The five vocalists were recruited by the cable music network VH1 to raise money for Save the Music, their education charity. Hyped extensively in the press, the event was a ratings' winner for VH1 - so successful, in fact, that the network arranged to have the concert released on disc and tape on October 6, 1998. At that time "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" (performed by all divas) was released as a radio single around the world.


"To Love You More" is a single by Céline Dion, released in Japan on October 23, 1995. It was recorded for a popular Japanese TV drama series, called Koibito Yo (meaning My Dear Lover), and included on The Colour of My Love album re-release in Japan. Later it appeared on the Asian edition of Falling into You, Live à Paris ("To Love You More" was one of the radio singles promoting this album in Canada), and the U.S. edition of Let's Talk About Love, being released as the third (but promotional only) single from this album. In 1996, Sony Music Entertainment released a promotional video showing a live performance from the Falling into You Tour, with Taro Hakase on violin. The song was re-released on April 5, 1999 in Japan, this time as a maxi-single with club remixes created by Tony Moran. "To Love You More" became one of the most performed songs by Dion during her live shows, including the latest Taking Chances Tour. Live versions of this song can be found on many of Dion's DVDs, including Live in Las Vegas - A New Day.... The track appeared also on All the Way… A Decade of Song greatest hits in 1999 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008. "To Love You More" won a Golden Disc Award in Japan for Best Single of the Year. The song became a smash hit in Japan, hitting number 1 for 5 weeks and selling 1,240,000 copies. Céline Dion was the first international artist who reached number 1 on the Oricon Singles Chart, since Irene Cara's "Flashdance... What a Feeling" in 1983. "To Love You More" remains the third best-selling song by an international artist and the second best-selling single by an international female artist in Japan. It is also one of only three international songs that has sold more than 1 million copies. In July 2010, "To Love You More" realtone was certified gold after selling 100,000 copies.

In Canada, "To Love You More" peaked at number 4 on the Quebec Airplay Chart and number 5 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary. "To Love You More" was also very successful on the American radio, although the edited version played by most U.S. radio stations omitted Kryzler & Company's violin bridge and also chopped out a sizeable chunk of the song's ending. It spent 8 weeks at number 1 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay. Country artist Faith Hill covered the song during her 1998 summer concerts with the George Strait Country Music Festival. Violinist Lucia Micarelli expertly covered the violin part from "To Love You More" on her album "Music from a Farther Room" (2004). From a purely subjective point of view this is one if the finest re-works of this sort ever heard.

The song is very popular among Asians, it is found on numerous karaoke selections. Coco Lee did a karaoke cover of the song. Sarah Geronimo did a cover as well. On October 15, 2010, David Foster, one of the song composers, included it officially in the repertoire of "The Hitman Returns: The Magic of David Foster and Friends Live" concert series. The updated live version, performed by Filipina singer Charice throughout the tour, goes uptempo on the last refrain. "The Hitman Returns: Magic of David Foster and Friends Live" debuted in Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, and toured in Asia. The concert will be released as an audio and video compilation on 2011.

Repair or Replace

If you been using your glass window for a very long time, then chances are, the glass will become brittle which breaks easily whenever a strong force is being applied. There are tendency for the window sills to get rot easily too because of too much exposure to water and heat from the sun. Well, you actually have two options for this, it's either you repair it or you replace the windows completely.
If you chose to repair it then make sure that you hire someone who can do the job well. The lifespan of the windows depends on their workmanship so you better choose tor hire the right one. Never dare to repair it all by yourself especially if you do not have enough knowledge about it because you might end up ruining your window which will cost you a lot.
Same thing goes with the replacement. Although you can do it yourself, it is still much better to ask someone who can install it properly. Improper installation will just make the condition worst. It paves way to possible water leakage too which is another big problem if ever.
So to avoid getting in to those worst scenarios, you better hire an expert to do the job properly. Aside from replacing, they can also trace related issues in which they can repair in no time too.
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So what do you think is the best and more practical option? Will you Repair it or Replace it?

Changing Your Daily Routine

Having a regular routine or doing the same things everyday must be very boring right? I know the fact that there are things that we cannot really change but at least we can do something to keep ourselves from getting bored. Why not get into sports? It's fun and at the same time it is a perfect energizer. Getting into sports is somehow advisable if you want a healthy and active lifestyle.
Much better if you try something different too. Basketball and badminton are quite common here in our country so they are not that challenging and exciting at all. Same thing goes with the soccer of football.
Why not Golf? That would be fun to try something uncommon here in our country. We have some golf course here in our country but unfortunately, not everyone is paying attention to this very entertaining sports.
Just imagine dealing with those very challenging golf courses. Some of them might deal with obstacles like water hazard and sand bunkers. But of course, it all depends on your location. Lucky you if you are in Oregon because you can visit the well known Lake Oswego. The place is popular for their amazing Golf Courses Portland in Oregon. No wonder why Golf lovers keep on coming back to this place.
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Monday, June 13, 2011


"Calling You" is the only single from À L'Olympia live album by Céline Dion. It was released on December 19, 1994 in France. Dion's version is a live recording from her concert in Olympia, Paris. No music video was made for the song. Céline Dion has performed the song before. A live performance of "Calling You" can be found on Dion's home video made in 1991, called Unison. Another live version of the song was featured on the Live à Paris DVD (1996).The song was included as B-side on Dion's next worldwide issued single "Only One Road.""Calling You" peaked at number 75 in France.In 2007, Dion's version of "Calling You" was the musical accompaniment to an Emmy Award-winning routine by choreographer Mia Michaels for the dance competition reality show So You Think You Can Dance.


"Only One Road" is the fifth single from The Colour of My Love album by Céline Dion. It was released on October 31, 1994 in Canada, on November 21, 1994 in the United States, in May 1995 in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia, and July 1995 in other European countries. The single's B-side contained "Calling You" which was released as a single in France, instead of "Only One Road." The song reached top 10 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, peaking at number 8 in both countries. It was a top 40 hit in Australia (number 23) and the Netherlands (number 40). According to the Nielsen SoundScan, the single has sold 25,000 copies in the U.S. "Only One Road" was included later on The Collector's Series Volume One compilation in 2000 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection greatest hits (European edition) in 2008. The song was covered by Billy Porter and included on the Human Rights Campaign compilation album Love Rocks.


"Think Twice" is the fourth hit single from The Colour of My Love album by Céline Dion. It was released on July 18, 1994 in North America, in October 1994 in the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan, and February 1995 in the rest of the world. The song is rock-influenced and features a guitar solo, one of only a few of Dion's songs to do so, performed by Aldo Nova. The song was written by British songwriters Andy Hill, who had achieved success a decade earlier for his work with Bucks Fizz and Peter Sinfield, a former member of rock group King Crimson. "Think Twice" became a hit in Europe and Australia, particularly in the UK where it became one of the biggest selling singles of all time. Think Twice was included later on the European and Australian editions of All the Way… A Decade of Song greatest hits (1999) and European edition of My Love: Essential Collection (2008). Dion performed it lately during her 2008-09 Taking Chances Tour in in selected countries. "Think Twice" was covered by Alana Dante in 1996, Maribel Gonzalez in 1999 and Liel Kolet in 2005. It was also performed by Kelly Clarkson on American Idol.


"Misled" is the third single from Céline Dion's album The Colour of My Love. It was released on March 28, 1994. "Misled" topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States for 2 weeks. It was Dion's only number 1 on that chart, until 14 years after, when remixes of "Taking Chances" reached the same position, becoming Dion's second number 1 single on this chart. "Misled" reached top 10 in Canada (number 7), and top 40 in the United Kingdom (number 15), United States (number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and number 52 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales), and New Zealand (number 31). According to Nielsen SoundScan the single has sold 115,000 copies in the U.S. It's the third Céline Dion single that was re-released in the United Kingdom, after "Where Does My Heart Beat Now" and "If You Asked Me To". "Misled" reached number 40 in April 1994 and later in November 1995 it peaked at number 15. The song was included later on the European edition of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008.

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Friday, June 10, 2011


"The Power of Love " is the second (if counting "When I Fall in Love" as first) single from Céline Dion's 1993 album, The Colour of My Love. It was released on November 1, 1993 in North America, in December in Japan, and the next year in the rest of the world."The Power of Love" is the second Jennifer Rush song Dion has covered. Earlier the same year she recorded a French adaptation of "Higher Ground," called "Plus haut que moi." The song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and an American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Single in 1995. "The Power of Love" became an international smash hit. The song rose to the top of the charts in the United States, Australia and Canada. In the U.S. it topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 4 weeks, the first Céline Dion single to do so. The song spent 12 weeks at the top in Canada and 70 weeks on the chart in total. "The Power of Love" was a top 10 hit in the rest of the world (number 3 in France, number 4 in the United Kingdom and Belgium, number 6 in Sweden, number 7 in New Zealand).


"Plus haut que moi" (meaning "Higher Than Me") is a duet between Mario Pelchat and Céline Dion, released as a radio single only, in Canada (September 6, 1993) and France (March 7, 1994). The song was taken from Pelchat's album, called Pelchat (February 1993). Dion included it on her greatest hits compilation On ne change pas in 2005. "Plus haut que moi" was written by Eddy Marnay, Ken Cummings and Mark Blatte. It is a French adaptation of "Higher Ground," performed by Jennifer Rush on her album Wings of Desire in 1989. Later, Dion covered another Rush's song, called "The Power of Love" which become one of her biggest hits.

"Plus haut que moi" was produced by Aldo Nova who already collaborated with Céline Dion on her previous albums, and by Tino Izzo. The latter worked with Dion again in 2005 on "Tout près du bonheur," and in 2007 on "On s'est aimé à cause" and "A World to Believe In."

"Plus haut que moi" is the last Eddy Marnay's song recorded by Céline Dion. Marnay wrote all her early French songs between 1981-1987.

Friday, June 3, 2011


"When I Fall in Love" was originally sung by Dorris Day and later recorded by Rick Astley. The version by Céline Dion and Clive Griffin was featured in the romantic comedy Sleepless in Seattle and released as a single on June 28, 1993 becoming one of the most acclaimed. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1994, and won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s). The award went to David Foster and Jeremy Lubbock. The song appears on both, the Sleepless in Seattle soundtrack (number 1 on the Billboard 200 and 4x platinum RIAA certification for selling over 4 million copies in the U.S.), and later on Dion's album The Colour of My Love, released in November 1993. "When I Fall in Love" reached top 40 in few countries, including number 22 in New Zealand, number 23 in the United States, and number 37 in the Netherlands. It was popular on the U.S. Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, peaking at number 6. In 1998, Anne Murray performed "When I Fall in Love" with Céline Dion live and included it on her DVD called An Intimate Evening with Anne Murray...Live. Later, this version appeared on Murray's 2007 album Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends.


"Water from the Moon" is a song from Céline Dion's eponymous album. It was commercially released on March 1, 1993 as the fifth single in the United States. In Canada it was a radio single only. "Water from the Moon" was written by Diane Warren and produced by Guy Roche, with additional production by Walter Afanasieff. Diane Warren did also the background vocals. Two music videos were made for this song. The first one is entirely in black-and-white. Later, they modified the video to include additional footage of Céline Dion, colored brownish-yellow. "Water from the Moon" had a moderate success on the adult contemporary format. The song reached number 11 on Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks in the United States and number 13 on the Canadian Contemporary Hit Radio Chart. According to Nielsen SoundScan the single has sold 45,000 copies in the U.S.


"Love Can Move Mountains" is a song from Céline Dion's 1992 album, called simply Celine Dion. It was released on November 2, 1992 worldwide. "Love Can Move Mountains" was the fourth single in the United States, Canada and Japan, and third in the rest of the world. "Love Can Move Mountains" (club mix) won a Juno Award for Best Dance Recording in 1993. The music video was made for the Daniel Abraham's 7" edit, by director Jeb Brian and released in November 1992. It appeared on Céline Dion's DVD video collection All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video (2001). The single was included also on Dion's greatest hits albums: All the Way… A Decade of Song in 1999 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008. "Love Can Move Mountains" was a hit on the club charts in the U.S., reaching number 3 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales and number 5 on the Hot Dance Club Play. It was Dion's debut on these charts. The single hit also top 10 in Canada (number 8) and reached number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S (number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay). It enjoyed a moderate success in the rest of the world. According to Nielsen SoundScan the single has sold 60,000 copies in the U.S.
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