Something very exciting for tomorrow! We're going to get 5 music video clips!!
Umm, is the embedment showing anymore? It was, but after I posted the photo enlargement below, it disappeared. The embed code is still in my post, though.
I'll be up before 6 AM Pacific tomorrow, but I dare not slow myself down to check all this out. Also, unlike some of my co-workers, I won't be blasting my phone in the break room, either. LOL I'll be dying to watch it when I get home, though.
I think I liked the Sky and Sand one best. I liked the others too, but I noticed that most of them contain her singing lower tones than usual, and then in the first one, although she was singing higher notes, there was something not quite right about them. And yet, Sogni sounded perfectly fine, so I wondered if it was the sound quality of the video itself.
I like this one, it's very soothing. Only problem with instagram videos is that you can't go to another window while you're listening to it; it'll stop playing. Oh well, the album will be out and arrive at my house soon enough, I expect. I've already just received my free Andrea Bocelli album.
Oh, and check this out; a hip-hop version of Time to Say Goodbye, called "Goodbye". LOL
I played that a few times and went looking for the composer. (it sounds like it could easily have been Karl Jenkins)
Am I right in saying this was composed by Yoshiki and is that him (Not Hymn) at the keyboard of the piano ? as opposed to Sarah who is actually ON the piano, love all the footprints visible by the end of the performance and one handprint at the very back end of the piano (they could have wiped that off considering the performance was to be filmed)
It's coming to PBS!! I get to start seeing it on Saturday, Dec. 1st!! I had almost forgotten that PBS shows artists' in-concert shows prior to their tours; for some reason I had it in my head that they wouldn't show it on PBS till after the tour, because they want you to either go to the concert, or buy the DVD when it comes out. I should have remembered, based on Celtic Woman and Josh Groban shows I've seen on PBS. LOL
I really like the new version of Time to Say Goodbye. Her voice throughout most of it is gentler and lower, but towards the end she goes back to more normal high notes. Unfortunately, the last note is a little disappointing; she's a bit scratchier than she use to be. But I guess she's still doing pretty well!
I was reading the CD booklet while I listened to the album this evening, and I found some Hayley connections. The song You is composed by Patrick Hawes, the one who did Quanta Qualia. The other item is that one of the studios she recorded at was The Village in LA, where Hayley was earlier this year.