Live in Memphis is Celine Dion's fourth home video release. Originally filmed on March 14-15, 1997 during the Falling Into You Around the World Tour, camera crews caught up with Dion in Memphis, Tennessee delivering another show-stopping performance.[1] Live in Memphis was released onVHS on November 2, 1998.

Including previously unreleased live performances from her multi-platinum album Falling into You, this 17 song concert-length program also features a rare performance of "The Power of the Dream" written exclusively for the 1996 Summer Olympics in AtlantaGeorgia, and The Isley Brothers song "Twist and Shout." Dion also performed "River Deep, Mountain High." Although the latter was shown on TV, it was not included on the home video.

Live in Memphis was certified Platinum in Canada and Gold in France and the UK.

Three songs from this concert: "Beauty and the Beast," "To Love You More" and "Because You Loved Me" were included on the All the Way... A Decade of Song & Video DVD in 2001.


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Track listing[edit]Edit

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Love Can Move Mountains(Intro Instrumental) Diane Warren
2. "The Power of Love"   *Gunther Mende*Candy DeRouge
3. "Seduces Me"   *Dan Hill*John Sheard
4. "All by Myself"   *Eric Carmen*Sergei Rachmaninoff
5. "Love Can Move Mountains"   Diane Warren
6. "Misled"   *Peter Zizzo*Jimmy Bralower
7. "Beauty and the Beast" (duet with Terry Bradford) *Alan Menken*Howard Ashman
8. "Declaration of Love"   *Michael Jay
  • Claude Gaudette
9. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"   Jean-Jacques Goldman
10. "J'irai où tu iras(duet with Marc Langis) Goldman
11. "It's All Coming Back to Me Now"   Jim Steinman
12. "To Love You More(featuring Taro Hakase) *David Foster*Junior Miles
13. "Le ballet"   Goldman
14. "Love Can Move Mountains"   Warren
15. "Call the Man"   *Andy Hill*Peter Sinfield
16. "The Power of the Dream"   *Foster
17. "Twist and Shout"   *Phil Medley*Bert Berns
18. "Because You Loved Me"   Warren
19. "Declaration of Love" (Outro Instrumental) *Jay
  • Gaudette

Charts and certifications[edit]Edit


Chart (1999) Peak


Australian Music Video Chart[2] 5


Region Certification Sales/shipments
Canada (Music Canada)[3] Platinum 10,000^
France (SNEP)[4] Gold 10,000
United Kingdom (BPI)[5] Gold 25,000^

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

Release history[edit]Edit

Region Date Label Format Catalog
Europe November 2, 1998 Columbia VHS 2008472
Japan January 21, 1999 Epic ESVU-165
Australia February 1999 200847 2
Canada June 15, 1999 2008472
Asia 1999 Columbia Video CDs M2VCD200847
Europe November 30, 2001
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