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9 Replies to “ Moon Over Bourbon Street - Sting - Bring On The Night (CD, Album) ”

  1. May 29,  · Sting really got carried away with the idea that his supporting crew for Dream of the Blue Turtles was a real jazz band, and technically, he was kind of right. He did pluck them straight out of Wynton Marsalis' backing band (thereby angering Wynton and emboldening his anti-rock stance, while flaring up a sibling rivalry between the trumpeter and his saxophonist brother Branford-- a veritable.
  2. Tracklist: CD If You Love Somebody Set Them Free Love Is The Seventh Wave Consider Me Gone Moon Over Bourbon Street Fortress Around Your Heart Bring On The Night / When The World Is Running Down You .
  3. Background and release. The album is named after a dream of Sting's. Although the single " If You Love Somebody Set Them Free " reached No. 3 in the US, it only reached 26 in the UK, where the album's track " Russians " (about Cold War nuclear anxieties, which had peaked in .
  4. All For Love Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, Sting. CHARTENTRY: PEAK: 1. Love Is Stronger Than Justice (The Munificent Seven) Sting.
  5. Discs each have "MADE IN USA BY UML " stamped on the inner mould hub, indicating release date of between October and May per label profile. Tracks , to recorded Paris, December 23rd, Tracks & recorded Paris, May 29th, Tracks & recorded Rome, December 4th,
  6. "Moon over Bourbon Street" is a great example of how he put these seasoned jazz musicians to work. Sting played the double bass on this track. The album name comes from a dream Sting had. The album was recorded at Eddy Grant's studio (Blue Wave) in Barbados.
  7. Moon Over Bourbon Street Lyrics: There's a moon over bourbon street tonight / I see faces as they pass beneath the pale lamplight / I've no choice but to follow that call / The bright lights, the.
  8. 'Bring on the Night' is the album Sting wanted to make all along, a genre-busting statement that works brilliantly on many levels. Review from The Times by David Sinclair Sting's double live album 'Bring on the Night' draws a neat line under the first year's activities of his all-star jazz musicians' band.
  9. Bring On The Night features some Sting`s live gigs in the Netherlands, France and Italy, with a back-up band of talented jazz musicians-dubbed as The Blue Turtles-including Daryl Jones (bass), Omar Hakim (drums), Kenny Kirkland (keyboards), Branford Marsalis (saxophone), Janice Pendarvis and Dollette Mc Donald (backing vocals), and, of course, Sting (guitar and lead vocals).

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