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Sting|My Songs (Deluxe)

My Songs (Deluxe)

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This is my life in Songs. Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, and all of them with a contemporary focus.” That is the description of Sting’s latest record, making this more than just a collection of his biggest hits (either solo or with The Police). It was a particular kind of rhythm that he wanted to work in, so as to eliminate the ‘dated’ feel to some of his songs (according to Sting himself). More striking than the original, the drums of Demolition ManIf You Love Someone Set Them FreeDesert Rose and even Englishman in New York will take listeners by surprise. Regarding this famous tribute to gay icon Quentin Crisp, the song released in 1988 is seasoned by pizzicatos and a soprano sax solo.


As for the other ballads, it’s more in the singer’s texture and vocal prowess that the reinvention is most noticeable. Less pure but more structured than before, Sting’s voice carries a new dimension in Fields of Gold and Fragile, two songs that also prove that the Englishman’s talent as a melodist has not aged a bit. The same goes for tracks taken from his Police years too, in particular Message in a Bottle and Walking on the Moon, as well as the ubiquitous Roxanne (presented here as a live version). © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz

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1
Brand New Day (My Songs Version)
00:03:56

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Audé, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2018 A&M Records

2
Desert Rose (My Songs Version)
00:03:56

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Audé, Producer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

3
If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (My Songs Version)
00:04:35

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Audé, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

4
Every Breath You Take (My Songs Version)
00:04:16

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

5
Demolition Man (My Songs Version)
00:04:17

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

6
Can't Stand Losing You (My Songs Version)
00:02:49

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

7
Fields Of Gold (My Songs Version)
00:03:46

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Jerry Fuentes, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

8
So Lonely (My Songs Version)
00:04:08

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Jerry Fuentes, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

9
Shape Of My Heart (My Songs Version)
00:04:43

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Dominic Miller, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

10
Message In A Bottle (My Songs Version)
00:04:46

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

11
Fragile (My Songs Version)
00:03:52

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Dave Audé, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

12
Walking On The Moon (My Songs Version)
00:04:16

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

13
Englishman In New York (My Songs Version)
00:04:28

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Dave Audé, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

14
If I Ever Lose My Faith In You (My Songs Version)
00:04:09

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Dave Audé, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

15
Roxanne (Live) (Live)
00:02:57

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

16
Synchronicity II (Live)
00:04:59

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

17
Next To You (Live)
00:04:18

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

18
Spirits In The Material World (Live)
00:03:57

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

19
Fragile (Live)
00:04:00

Sting, Main Artist, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Kierszenbaum, Producer - Robert Orton, Mixer

℗ 2019 A&M Records

Album Description

This is my life in Songs. Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, and all of them with a contemporary focus.” That is the description of Sting’s latest record, making this more than just a collection of his biggest hits (either solo or with The Police). It was a particular kind of rhythm that he wanted to work in, so as to eliminate the ‘dated’ feel to some of his songs (according to Sting himself). More striking than the original, the drums of Demolition ManIf You Love Someone Set Them FreeDesert Rose and even Englishman in New York will take listeners by surprise. Regarding this famous tribute to gay icon Quentin Crisp, the song released in 1988 is seasoned by pizzicatos and a soprano sax solo.


As for the other ballads, it’s more in the singer’s texture and vocal prowess that the reinvention is most noticeable. Less pure but more structured than before, Sting’s voice carries a new dimension in Fields of Gold and Fragile, two songs that also prove that the Englishman’s talent as a melodist has not aged a bit. The same goes for tracks taken from his Police years too, in particular Message in a Bottle and Walking on the Moon, as well as the ubiquitous Roxanne (presented here as a live version). © Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz

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