Hi Stephany. Be careful, the obsession is starting to take hold After a while you will need a separate rack for your Hayley CD collection. My wife has almost stopped asking what was in the parcel that has arrived in the post.
I got a tour promotional poster recently and she asked me where I would like to be buried. The poster is back in it's envelope
" 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
Hi Stephany. Be careful, the obsession is starting to take hold
Hi Comet, I know - it starts to freak me out. Had it been before all this "Hayley-craziness", I would have thought "oh, what a waste to buy two similar albums!". Now I see myself buying multiple copies of her albums. And I actually REALLY think it's worth it
Hey, Just wondering: On the US iTunes it lists "My Heart Belongs o You" as a "US Mix". Is there another version? Where can I find it?
Not too sure what you're asking. I have 10 versions of Odyssey and "My Heart Belongs To You" is on all but the European releases and, as far as I am aware, is the same track on all the releases it appears on.
For me a reason to listen to the US edition of Odyssey, and compare it to others... I also have a US promo single, with Both sides now, and My heart belongs to you, on it ....and it looks like the percussion used on My heart belongs to you, sounds.....how do i say that....heavy-er. I know something happened before with Wuthering Heights, it has a different version on the US Pure release.
Listenend to it again, using a audio mix equipment, with 2 cd players....starting both tracks at the same time, cross fader/fade in/out....and my conclusion, The US version (US mix)of My heart belongs to you, sounds clearer, and has more drums/percussion. Greetz Joyce
Last Edit: Dec 24, 2011 19:08:32 GMT by dutchjoyce
Odyssey was probably the most confusing album of all time. Different versions of albums, and different versions of songs. At least that one isn't a major difference. But there were different versions of She Moved Through the Fair and What You Never Know. I like both versions of WYNK, though. I've only heard the version of SMTTF on the US version, and I love it. The flute is haunting, yet soothing.