Celine Dion has been a musical icon for decades, so of course, she has collaborated with quite a few well-known singers and musical groups over the years.
Well, it looks like she was feeling nostalgic for one of those past collabs, as her team posted a clip on social media of Dion’s “Studio Sessions” in 1997 with the Bee Gees.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Dion’s 1997 album Let’s Talk About Love, the singer is releasing videos of studio sessions from when it was recorded, beginning on Nov. 15 with “The Reason,” which featured Carole King and was produced by Sir George Martin.
For the second studio session video, it’s the Bee Gees, who were featured on the track “Immortality,” which they wrote for Dion.
Dion’s Instagram account shared the old video of them all in the studio, grooving as they recorded the song.
The Bee Gees–made up of three brothers, Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb–made a significant mark on the music industry, both with their own music and what they wrote for others.