There’s something compellingly eccentric about even the mushiest ballads on Celine Dion’s new set Falling Into You, which features Spanish guitars, African chanting, and ornate orchestral frills. But only in her desolate cover of Eric Carmen’s ”All by Myself” and her brutal blues-mama dance ”Declaration of Love” (which kicks like Bonnie Raitt and Wynonna only wish they could) does she truly crash through the glass ceiling of passion. B
Falling Into You There's something compellingly eccentric about even the mushiest ballads on Celine Dion's new set Falling Into You, which features...Falling Into YouPop There's something compellingly eccentric about even the mushiest ballads on Celine Dion's new set Falling Into You, which features...1996-03-15
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: Celine Dion; Producer (group): Sony 550
Posted March 15 1996 — 12:00 AM EST
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