Songs to Invoke Love
Performed by Céline Dion
"Let's Talk About Love" is the title track from the album of the same name by Céline Dion. The album has sold ten million copies in the United States, another ten million in Europe, two million in Latin America, and two million in the United Kingdom.
Performed by Foreigner
"I Want to Know What Love Is" is a power ballad by the British-American rock band Foreigner. It was released in November 1984 as the lead single from their album, "Agent Provocateur". The song hit number-one.
Performed by Bonnie Raitt
"I Can't Make You Love Me" is a song written by Mike Reid and Allen Shambling and recorded by American singer Bonnie Raitt for her eleventh studio album "Luck of the Draw" (1991). Released as the album's third single in 1991.
Performed by Bette Midler
"The Rose" is a classic pop song written by Amanda McBroom and made famous by Bette Midler, who recorded it for the soundtrack of the 1979 film "The Rose" in which it plays under the closing credits.
Performed by Sonny Turner
Sonny Turner, who replaced Tony Williams in late 1959, is still alive and performing. Sonny brought The Platters back to the charts in 1966 with the hits, "I Love You 1000 Times", "With This Ring", and "Washed Ashore".
Performed by Jackie Wilson
"(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher" is an R&B song, originally performed and made a Top 10 Pop, #1 R&B hit by Jackie Wilson in 1967.
Performed by The Platters
Sonny Turner originally sang the lead on the song "With This Ring" by The Platters. The group was an American vocal group. They were one of the most successful vocal groups of the early rock and roll era.
Performed by Dionne Warwick
"L-O-V-E" is a song originally recorded by Nat King Cole for his album of the same name in 1965. Dionne Warwick covered the song (titled as "Love"), on her eighth studio album "The Windows of the World", which was released in August 1967.
Performed by Whitney Houston
"The Greatest Love of All" is a song originally recorded in 1977 by singer and guitarist George Benson. Eight years later, Whitney Houston's 1985 cover (with the slightly amended title "Greatest Love of All") eventually topped the charts, peaking at #1.