Celine Dion D'Elles
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- Released: May 22, 2007
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Columbia Europe
- 1.Et S'il N'en Restait Qu'une (Je Serais Celle-La)
- 3.A Cause
- 4.Je Cherche L'ombre
- 5.Les Paradis
- 6.La Diva La Boheme
- 7.Femme Comme Chacune
- 8.Si J'etais Quelqu'un
- 9.Je Ne Suis Pas Celle
- 10.Le Temps Qui Compte
- 11.Lettre De George Sand A Alfred De Musset
- 12.On S'est Aime A Cause
Personnel: Cyril Guignier, C‚cile Brillard, Constance Schacher, Vanessa Menneret, Nathalie Carlucci (alto); Tino Izzo (guitar, piano, percussion, programming); Jacques V‚n‚ruso, Michel Aim‚, Nicolas Yvan Mingot, Gildas Arzel (guitar); Caroline Lasfargues, Claire Lisiecki, Herv‚ Cavelier, Caroline Collombel-Damas, Florence Veniant (violone); Florence Hennequin, Carla Antoun (cello); Paris Pop Orchestra (strings); Eric Benzi (piano, synthesizer, programming); Emmanuel Guerrero (piano); Mario Telaro, Chistopher Deschamps, Laurent Coppola (drums); David Gategno, Patrick Hampartzoumian (programming).
Audio Mixer: Humberto Gatica.
Recording information: Bateau-Lune; Battamobile; Blueroom Studio Inc; Chalet; Rudolfinum; Studio Hauts de Gamme; Studio Karisma Audio; Studio O; Studio Vox.
Illustrator: Gwena‰lle LeCorre.
Introduction by: David Gategno.
Photographer: Daniela Federici.
Arrangers: Jacques V‚n‚ruso; David Gategno; Patrick Hampartzoumian; Eric Benzi; Gildas Lointier; Stanislas Renoult; Tino Izzo; Gildas Arzel.
As she's prone to do every four years or so, Celine Dion released a French-language album called D'Elles in 2007, her first since 2003's stripped-down, folky 1 Fille & 4 Types. Sonically, D'Elles couldn't be more different than 1 Fille -- from its soaring majestic ballads to its chilly disco sheen, it's extremely European, with none of the homey trappings of the 2003 record -- but it does share one significant trait: it is also a concept album. This time, Dion has hired a bevy of female lyricists from France and Quebec to give this a common thread of songs about women, thereby making this lyrically and musically more cohesive than the glitzy, scattershot 2002 extravaganza A New Day Has Come, while being considerably less sentimentally gloppy than 2004's Miracle: A Celebration of New Life. In a way, this is Dion's most ambitious project in a long time, if not ever -- really, the only rival is that musically adventurous 1 Fille, and if D'Elles is a bit too careful musically, it nevertheless is unified as an album and shows some serious artistic ambition, two things her post-stardom English albums are often missing, and always to their detriment. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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