FAITH: HAPPY WITH NEW PROJECT

Faith Hill's new album, "Cry," hits stores on October 15, and she tells CBS' Dan Rather that she's very satisfied with the way it turned out.

"I've finally been able to find a way to record what I do live and translate it to an album," she said in the interview. "I'm so happy."

"The music that I grew up with has always been in me. Now I've been able to find the material that allows me to sing it."

The material in question wasn't easy to find. Faith says that she put the word out to the music community to send her any and all ideas.

"I said, 'If you think something is going too far, send it. If you think something isn't far enough, send it.' I wanted everyone to understand that I was okay with singing about anything."

You can see Faith tomorrow when she appears for the first time on Saturday Night Live, and also on her second Thanksgiving TV special next month.

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