Celine Dion’s landmark album ‘Falling Into You’ turns 25

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Celine Dion’s landmark album ‘Falling Into You’ turns 25

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Celine Dion celebrates the 25th anniversary release of her monumental album ‘Falling Into You’ this month. This became the biggest-selling album of 1996 worldwide and sold over 30 million copies, plus winning two Grammy Awards including Album of the Year.

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The album’s opening track ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me Now’ is often seen as emblematic of Celine’s musical style and quickly became a fan favorite and a centerpiece of her concert repertoire. Other showstopper tracks on the album include Celine’s own take on ‘All By Myself’ by Eric Carmen and ‘River Deep Mountain High’ a song created by Phil Spector for Tina Turner, the album title track ‘Falling Into You,’ plus the classic ‘Because You Loved Me’ film theme to ‘Up Close and Personal’ – to name a few.
On ‘Falling Into You,’ Celine worked with the biggest producers of the time including David Foster, Jim Steinman, Humberto Gatica and Ric Wake. The album reached No.1 in eleven countries, 7 x Platinum in the UK, 11 x Platinum in the US and multi-platinum in many other countries, including the Philippines.
Celine will be touring the UK in May/June 2022.

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