Toutes les femmes en moi is the 6th French album and 8th studio album in total released by Lara Fabian.
During 2008, Fabian was in Belgium preparing to record a brand new French album with famous pianist Mark Herskowitz, who had also composed and arranged the hidden instrumental track featured on the 2001 album "Nue". This album was rumoured to be "an album of traditional savour" inspired by classical pieces by Chopin and Gerschwin however following comments by the artist this is now in doubt. The album was partly recorded in Montreal, Canada.
Fabian confirmed the release of this much anticipated album on her official website on 20 October 2008. Fabian stated on her website that Toutes les femmes en moi is "daring" and "Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Klezmer, Tango, Neo Classic, White Soul come close without disturbing each other...". Fabian said in an English language blog on her official website: "Songs like « Göttingen » (Barbara), « L'amour existe encore » (Céline Dion) or « Il venait d'avoir 18 ans » (Dalida) embrace each other in [this album]...". However she also stated that will "not be a cover album" leading initially to some ambiguity as to the content of the album.
The album was released on May 25, 2009, postponed from December 2008. The first single release from this album is "Soleil, Soleil" (a cover of the Nana Mouskouri song). This song was sent to French radio stations on March 11, 2009. The album was released in Canada on September 7, 2010. It contains a different version of the song "Nuit Magique", which was recorded in 2008 and was part of the first version of the album. The song is a duet with Canadian singer Coral Egan.