Can you confirm that Hayley is included on these releases? If she isn't, this thread should be moved to the Celtic Woman sub-board.
I really think it belongs more in the Celtic Woman sub-board, as it's a Celtic Woman album and only marginally a Hayley album.
(I put it where you had just moved another CW thread - 'follow-the-leader style!)
As far as I can gather, Hayley features (marginally) in four of the songs chosen from A New Journey (in red below).
The songs in blue are new recordings - with a gospel choir.
So, Hayley doesn't feature in You Raise Me Up (as she did on A New Journey).
Celtic Woman: The Greatest Journey - Essential Collection (Album)
1. The Call 2. Pie Jesu 3. Harry's Game 4. The Butterfly 5. The Voice 6. Danny Boy 7. Orinoco Flow 8. You Raise Me Up 9. Shenandoah The Contradiction 10. The Isle of Inisfree 11. Dulamán 12. Green the Whole Year Round 13. Ave Maria 14. The Sky and the Dawn and the Sun 15. Somewhere 16. Beyond the Sea 17. Mo Ghile Mear 18. Spanish Lady
I just watched the documentary and it is so good! I love all the girls, and Chloe is so bubbly!! Hayley gets mentioned in the Helix DVD section. Mariead said it was like having another girl in the family, and Orla I believe said Hayley was a wonderful addition and they had this adorable little clip of Hayley and Chloe where Chloe jokes about the two of them reading gossip mags together. Very cute!!
Well, CW Forum also says that it may have been because Hayley is part of Decca, not Celtic Collections (record labels). I do not understand this because the songs were released by Celtic Collections originally with no problem.
Actually, Hayley has been edited out of all the songs she was part of, according to CW Forum.com
Hi Northern_Lights and everyone,
I confess I was truly reluctant in buying the DVD, after I read this, and for Hayley not being credited in the CD. But today I bought it at a local store, and Hayley is credited in it , she appears in several tracks from the Slane Castle DVD, even her solo performance of "Scarborough Fair" is in the DVD.
The documentary has a short mention of her in the Slane section.