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A New Day... Live in Las Vegas CD+DVD, Live

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This CD/DVD combination pack features Celine Dion's entire show at Ceasars Palace with 13 live tracks.The DVD features a 45 minute bonus entitled "One Year, One Heart." The DVD follows Celine throughout 2003, recording her CD & creating her Las Vegas show

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Nature Boy
  2. It's All Coming Back To Me Now
  3. Because You Loved Me
  4. I'm Alive
  5. If I Could
  6. At Last
  7. Fever
  8. I've Got the World on a String
  9. Et je t'aime encore
  10. I Wish
  11. I Drove All Night
  12. My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from "Titanic")
  13. What a Wonderful World
  14. You And I
  15. Ain't Gonna Look The Other Way

Disc: 2

  1. One Year... One Heart Pt 1
  2. One Year... One Heart Pt 2
  3. One Year... One Heart Pt 3
  4. One Year... One Heart Pt 4
  5. One Year... One Heart Pt 5
  6. One Year... One Heart Pt 6
  7. One Year... One Heart Pt 7
  8. Vegas Trailer


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 15, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: June 15, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD, Live
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • ASIN: B00024GPTY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,903 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Celine Dion recently released her first live English language album. "A New Day...Live In Las Vegas," debuted at #10 on Billboard's album chart and is the precursor to a fall tri-DVD release featuring the same concert. While fans will certainly find plenty to enjoy it is not difficult to realize that this release could have been made far more relevant.
Dion's performance is, from beginning to end, top of the line. However, the quality of the setlist is not. After opening with Nat King Cole's "Nature Boy" she ill-advisedly rushes through two of her biggest hits, "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" and "Because You Loved Me". Both from her Grammy-winning 1996 album "Falling Into You," they are performed in just under six minutes and lack all the power of their original studio versions. Also, her low-key interpretation of Peggy Lee's "Fever" is extremely weak and a clear waste of space on the disc; the song does not suit her.
There are some extreme standouts, however. Her rendition of Barbra Streisand's "If I Could," which she dedicates to all the children and parents of the world, is heart tugging and inspired. Furthermore, her upbeat performances of her 2002 single "I'm Alive" and Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" perfectly demonstrate her versatility and vocal prowess. In fact, she displays it quite well throughout the entire performance, obviously without the use of any sneaky tricks or lip-syncing as she did in the past on her "The Colour of My Love Concert" DVD.
One problem with this release, nonetheless, is the blatant lack of Dion's own material. Of the thirteen tracks culled from the concert, eight were already made famous by other singers long before she ever sang them.
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If you like listening to a live performance without the video than this one is for you... the DVD is just a teaser that has some interesting information about Celine, but doesn't have the live Las Vegas show I wanted to see. Again... save your money and wait until we can buy a DVD with her live stage performance that will have some entertainment value. I gave it two stars... very disappointed! C'mon Celine ... make it right for your fans... give us your live Las Vegas show on DVD! and make everyone happy!
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Don't get me wrong, I am a huge fan of Céline Dion's! And I still think she deserves that respect of mine for her phenomenal accomplishments in these short years. I think, however, I miss those days before All The Way... A Decade of Song, when she was really consummate in all her works. She did also admit that she was very disciplined in training her vocals as a professional. After her hiatus - and the baby - she began to sound all so nasal (she was in the first place, but she's getting more so!). This album totally proves that fact. Rather than the really majestic soaring voice she once had, she has been barely gratifying her fans now with very nasal thin vocals. What happened? Her rendition of What A Wonderful World in this album is one of the worst I've heard by a professional artist. Not forgetting the lackadaisical effort to please her fans with just 2 (2??) new songs. "I Ain't Gonna Look The Other Way" is good (but nasal still), but "You And I" was a disappointment, more suited for the new fans since A New Day Has Come. Bring back David Foster, Diane Warren... Bring back Céline Dion PLEASE.
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Don't get me wrong. I've been a Celine Dion fan from the time I heard "Where Does My Heart Beat Now" in November 1990, back when I was just 7 years old. I've grown up with Celine's music, and have bought her albums as fast as I could since I first picked up "Falling Into You". There's a definite history of my listening to, and being captivated by, her music.

That said, this is easily the worst album she's ever done. Even some of the more cringe-worthy demo-style recordings she occasionally did as a child prodigy in Quebec are moot compared to this. This is supposed to be the audio to a great spectacle of a show. And therein lies its shame.

For a supposedly great show, this only ends up sounding mediocre. Her accent, while pleasant on her previous live records, grates on the nerves here because it's so thick as to make her virtually impossible to understand. The supple quality of her voice has vanished, and is replaced by something that sounds like a death rattle. One is forced to wonder if that is the sound of a singer who knows her time is almost up.

The few songs of hers don't stand up to their studio counterparts, and the new recordings of the remakes she's done live in concert turn out to be rather lifeless and dull. Even her try at Peggy Lee's "Fever" -- always a fun, snappy tune in my book -- sounds shockingly boring. Sorry, but Eva Cassidy's version was more bluesy, and Madonna's club jam remake was funkier.

The only memorable track is one oven-fresh from the studio, "You And I". The single is a bouncy club-lite anthem to the beauty of love, which has topped the Adult Contemporary chart in her native Canada. That song, and the album art, alone is why I gave this album two stars.
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