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Live à Paris is Celine Dion's third home video release. It was recorded live at the renowned Zénith de Paris in ParisFrance in October 1995 before an audience of over 6,000 fans, during the D'eux Tour.[2] The concert was released on VHS on November 8, 1996 and on DVD on November 17, 2003. The DVD does not include "River Deep, Mountain High."

Live à Paris contains songs from the highly successful French language album D'eux, along with few English-language hits. Jean-Jacques Goldmanjoined Dion on "Les derniers seront les premiers" and "J'irai où tu iras."[3]

The VHS was certified 3x Platinum in France (60,000). The DVD re-release was counted separately in France and certified Platinum (20,000).

Live à Paris CD is also available. It was released on October 22, 1996 and features 14 out of 19 tracks performed during the concert.

ContentsEdit

 [hide*1 Track listing

Track listing[edit]Edit

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "J'attendais"   Jean-Jacques Goldman
2. "Destin"   Goldman
3. "The Power of Love"   *Gunther Mende*Candy DeRouge
4. "L'amour existe encore"   *Luc Plamondon*Riccardo Cocciante
5. "Regarde-moi"   Goldman
6. "River Deep – Mountain High(VHS only) *Ellie Greenwich*Jeff Barry
7. "Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)"   *Plamondon
8. "Misled"   *Peter Zizzo*Jimmy Bralower
9. "Love Can Move Mountains"   Diane Warren
10. "Calling You"   Bob Telson
11. "Le blues du businessman"   *Plamondon
  • Berger
12. "Les derniers seront les premiers(duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman) Goldman
13. "J'irai où tu iras(duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman) Goldman
14. "Je sais pas"   *Goldman
15. "Le ballet"   Goldman
16. "Prière païenne"   Goldman
17. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"   Goldman
18. "Quand on n'a que l'amour"   Jacques Brel
19. "Vole"   Goldman

Charts and certifications[edit]Edit

Charts[edit]Edit

Chart (1997) Peak

position

Australian Music Video Chart[4] 14
Chart (2003–04) Peak

position

Belgian Wallonia Music DVD Chart[5] 9
French Music DVD Chart[6] 24

Certifications[edit]Edit

Region Certification Sales/shipments
VHS
France (SNEP)[7] 3× Platinum 60,000
DVD
France (SNEP)[8] Platinum 20,000

  • sales figures based on certification alone ^shipments figures based on certification alone xunspecified figures based on certification alone

Year-end charts[edit]Edit

Chart (2004) Position
Belgian Wallonia Music DVD Chart[9] 45

Release history[edit]Edit

Region Date Label Format Catalog
France November 8, 1996 Columbia VHS 200704
Laserdisc
Canada November 19, 1996 Epic VHS 80251
Japan January 22, 1997 200704 2
Australia February 1997 ESVU-151
France November 17, 2003 Columbia DVD 2022829

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