La Voix Du Bon Dieu

La voix du bon Dieu (or translated as "The Good Lord's Voice") is Celine Dion's debut album and her first French-language album.

The album was released on November 9, 1981 by Super Étoiles & was only released in Quebec, Canada.

Album BackgroundEdit

Celine's manager Rene Angelil mortaged his home to start his own record company just to produce Celine's first records.


  1. La voix du bon Dieu ("The Voice of God") (3:16) (written by Eddy Marnay; produced by Eddy Marnay & Rene Angelil)
  2. Au secors (feat. Robert Leroux) ("Help") (3:27) (written by Robert Leroux & Pierre Letourneau; produced by Rene Angelil)
  3. L'amour viendra ("Love Will Come") (4:20) (written by Marnay Amerigo, Cassella Dario & Baldan Bembo; produced by Rene Angelil)
  4. Autour de moi ("About Me") (2:58) (written by Therese Dion & Pierre Alexandre Tremblay; produced by Rene Angelil)
  5. Grand maman ("Grandma") (3:39) (written by Therese Dion, Celine Dion & Jacques Dion; produced by Rene Angelil)
  6. Ce n'était qu'un rêve ("Nothing But a Dream" or "It Was Only A Dream") (3:47) (written by Therese Dion, Celine Dion & Jacques Dion; produced by Daniel Hetu Angelil)
  7. Seul un oiseau blanc ("Only a White Bird") (4:12) (written & produced by Marnay Hetu)
  8. T'ire l'aiguille ("Tire Needle") (2:21) (written by Marney Hetu, Emilie Stern & Eddie Barclay; produced by Rene Angelil)
  9. Les roses blanches ("White Roses") (5:55) (written by Charles Louis Pothier & Leon Rathier; produced by Rene Angelil)

Chart PerformanceEdit

In 1981, the album sold sold 30,000 copies and went onto sell about 125,000 copies the following year.

In total, it has sold 100,000 copies.

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