Thanks for clearing this up, Roger. I've just checked that Amazon.com entry and it has the release date (of this non-existent album!) as March 1st 2007 which is a Thursday. I don't know of any Country of the world where new CDs are released on a Thursday so I think we can now safely assume that it's not only a non-existent title but also a non-existent album!
The best place for this thread thread isn't really in the "Other Albums" board so I've moved it to the main Albums board where, as we can see, there is an existing thread for Hayley's 3rd International Album, where any similar posts should be added. Perhaps we should rename this thread to: "Not the 3rd International Album? " For the moment, I've just added a question mark to the thread title
This is funny, I just saw this album listed on Amazon and came here to see if anyone else had seen it. I really think Eternal would be a good title, but it sounds as if Hayley may have already chosen a title.
Nobody knows where Amazon got that title from. I have asked Steve Abbott but he has not commented other than to say that it is NOT the title of Hayley's new album.
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Post by stevemacdonald on Dec 27, 2006 5:40:55 GMT
Even though I normally like the word 'eternal', I'm overjoyed to know it's not the actual title of her next album. It just sounds too demanding, as though the songs she's laid down absolutely have to stand the test of time, or else! That's a lot to ask of a 19-year-old.
However, I'm willing to bet that the word "eternal" is indeed a factor in Hayley's next album, even if it's not part of the title per se. She's already recorded "Eternal Flame" and might have again, as is her wont with some previous recordings. Of all her earliest songs, this one would probably most benefit from a new rendering.
By the way, there are numerous classical pieces that deal in eternity. It's forever been a popular subject. If you saw the movie 2001, A Space Odyssey you would have heard some of Gyorgy Ligeti's "Lux Aeterna".
My hope is that some great crossover composer has crafted a wonderful new song for Hayley that communicates the mystery of eternity, perhaps as a companion piece to "Across the Universe of Time". If there's anybody qualified to sing about concepts like infinity, time and space, it's gotta be Ms. Westenra.
I actually think Eternal sounds like a name Hayley would choose for her album. If you think about the meaning of 'eternal', it means forever or endless. I personally think that the title links well with both, Odyssey and Pure!
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