My Love: Essential Collection is a greatest hits album by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. It was released by Columbia Records on 24 October 2008 as the follow up to her previous English-language compilation, All the Way… A Decade of Song (1999). Before releasing My Love: Essential Collection, Dion had already sold over 200 million albums worldwide. In the album's liner notes, she dedicated this collection of songs, recorded between 1990 and 2008, to her fans who supported her throughout the years. My Love: Essential Collection was released as a single disc, consisting of Dion's most successful singles, including: "My Heart Will Go On", "Because You Loved Me" and "The Power of Love"…
1996 release on Columbia, a live album with many cuts from her French album 'Deux', her hard to find 'To Love You More'that was a #1 hit in Japan, a previously unreleased versionof 'The Power Of Love', a cover of Ike & Tina Turner's'River Deep Mountain High' and more! 16 tracks total.
French artist Colleen is fearless in her willingness to explore new sounds and new ways of creating music as a solo performer. On her new album A flame my love, a frequency she introduces the most drastic change to her music since she began singing on her fourth album. A chance encounter with a Critter and Guitari synthesizer at King Britt’s Philadelphia studio on the Captain of None album tour cracked the compositional model wide open. Colleen bought a Critter and Guitari Pocket Piano with the aim to use it through a newly-acquired Moog filter pedal to create new and interesting rhythms to accompany her voice and viola da gamba. But it turned out the sounds of this viola and rhythm combination was not what she was looking for, so in typical Colleen fashion, she set the viola da gamba aside altogether and picked up an additional Critter and Guitari synth, the Septavox, dug out her her trusted Moog delay and dove right in.
Hux combined Johnny Paycheck's two 1972 albums Someone to Give My Love To and Somebody Loves Me for this 2010 two-fer. Someone to Give My Love To followed Paycheck's commercial breakthrough She's All I Got so, unsurprisingly, producer Billy Sherrill made a natural decision to double-down on smoothness on this sequel, even letting the scales tip toward sunniness on occasion. It's a little odd to hear the haunted auteur of "(Pardon Me) I've Got Someone to Kill" sing the chirpy "Smile, Somebody Loves You," but peerless vocalist that he is, he never hesitates or stumbles, he simply sells the song.