'Eternal' was an album title that was mentioned many weeks before we ever heard of the name 'Treasure'. We don't know for certain, but we believe 'Eternal' may have been the working title during the relatively early stages of production (of what turned out to be 'Treasure'). At one point, 'Eternal' was listed at amazon.com.
Yes I remember them hastily pushing out 'Eternal' as a working title. Its funny to see it right next to 'Treasure' on the website however. Thats why its best to avoid sites like these who obviously don't know what their doing!
You know the site might be getting its genre's mixed up but does have an excellent 'Auto-suggest' feature when typing into the search box - a lot of other music websites could do with something like that.
This problem of course isnt limited to just websites. Only a few dedicated record stores I am aware of even have a section called classical crossover - which presents a dilemna, even if they are familiar with what she sings. If you go to my local Target, you will indeed find her under rock and pop. If you go to one of the two Best Buys in the area you will find her in the classical section (the other has her under easy listening). On the other hand, Barnes and Nobel has her under easy listening, even though they have a crossover section.
Nothing in life is perfect - and I thank God for that. When we say that something is perfect we are also saying that there can be no growth because any change must be for the worse. In the end, it is our errors which declare and affirm our humanity.
Hi Folks. Some of the smaller music stores place Hayley in their popular music section. And our job is to make sure it is at the front and visible. Too me pop does not define a type of music it simply says: at this time this music is popular.
Many quite classical pieces have been in the pop charts. Cavatina by John Williams Rodrigo's Guitar concerto
Not to mention Combine Harvester by The Wurzels
" But you make me forget so very much.
I forget to pray for the Angels
and then the Angels forget to pray for us. " ......Leonard Cohen