Sting MFSL Gold CD

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GTIN/EAN: 015775152823

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Sting The Dream of the Blue Turtles MFSL Gold CD UDCD UII ohne J-Card

Erscheinungsdatum: 3. November 1998
Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Import aus: USA
Format: Audio CD

Tonträger CD
Besonderheiten Re-Release, Remastered, 24kt. Gold-CD
Jahr 1985
Zeit 41:40
Plattenfirma MFSL / A&M
Herstellungsland USA
Musikrichtung Rock: Pop-Rock
EAN-Nr. 015775152823
Katalog-Nr. UDCD 528


1. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free 4:14   
2. Love Is The Seventh Wave 3:30   
3. Russians 3:57   
4. Children´s Crusade 5:00   
5. Shadows In The Rain 4:56   
6. We Work The Black Seam 5:40   
7. Consider Me Gone 4:21   
8. The Dream Of The Blue Turtles 1:15 Instrumental 
9. Moon Over Bourbon Street 3:59   
10. Fortress Around Your Heart 4:48

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Nachdem er die Popfessel, die ihm sein erfolgreiches Rocktrio Police gewesen war, abgelegt hatte, veröffentlichte Sting 1985 sein erstes Soloalbum. Es ließ sowohl die künstlerische Qualität, wie auch die Hochgestochenheit seiner lukrativen Solokarriere erahnen. Begleitet vom Saxophonisten Branford Marsalis und anderen herausragenden Musikern liefert der Sänger und Bassist eine Mischung aus Pop und Jazz ab, die stellenweise hervorragend ist. Die Radiohits "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free" und "Fortress Around Your Heart" sind zart und zwingend. Seine "laßtunsdochalleFreundesein"-Lehrstunde über Weltpolitik ("Russians") und die gelegentlichen Seitenhiebe auf die Kernkraft waren allerdings anmaßend. Übrigens: Darryl Jones, der zehn Jahre später Bill Wyman bei den Stones ersetzte, spielt auf dem Album Bass. --Steve Knopper

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The Police never really broke up, they just stopped working together — largely because they just couldn't stand playing together anymore and partially because Sting was itching to establish himself as a serious musician/songwriter on his own terms. Anxious to shed the mantle of pop star, he camped out at Eddy Grant's studio, picked up the guitar, and raided Wynton Marsalis' band for his new combo — thereby instantly consigning his solo debut, The Dream of the Blue Turtles, to the critical shorthand of Sting's jazz record. Which is partially true (that's probably the best name for the meandering instrumental title track), but that gives the impression that this is really risky music, when he did, after all, rely on musicians who, at that stage, were revivalists just developing their own style, and then had them jam on mock-jazz grooves — or, in the case of Branford Marsalis, layer soprano sax lines on top of pop songs. This, however, is just the beginning of the pretensions layered throughout The Dream of the Blue Turtles. Only twice does he delve into straightforward love songs — the lovely measured "Consider Me Gone" and the mournful closer, "Fortress Around Your Heart" — preferring to consider love in the abstract ("If You Love Somebody Set Them Free," one of his greatest solo singles, and the childish, faux-reggae singalong "Love Is the Seventh Wave"), write about children in war and in coal mines, revive a Police tune about heroin, ponder whether "Russians love their children too," and wander the streets of New Orleans as the vampire Lestat. This is a serious-minded album, but it's undercut by its very approach — the glossy fusion that coats the entire album, the occasional grabs at worldbeat, and studious lyrics seem less pretentious largely because they're overshadowed by such bewilderingly showy moves as adapting Prokofiev for "Russians" and calling upon Anne Rice for inspiration. And that's the problem with the record: with every measure, every verse, Sting cries out for the respect of a composer, not a pop star, and it gets to be a little overwhelming when taken as a whole. As a handful of individual cuts — "Fortress," "Consider Me Gone," "If You Love Somebody," "Children's Crusade" — he proves that he's subtler and craftier than his peers, but only when he reins in his desire to show the class how much he's learned.

Condition: E:  EXCELLENT

"Item Condition" notes:

SS / OVP:       CD & LP is factory sealed in shrink-wrap or cellophane.

NEU / NEW:      CD & LP is open and not yet played.(Achtung: = Nicht alle neuen CDs werden vom Hersteller eingeschweißt!)

NM: NEAR MINT   CD & LP Just about in perfect condition.

E:  EXCELLENT   CD & LP Near perfect, may show very light signs of use & maybe one very light scratch.

VG: VERY GOOD   CD & LP  CD has some very minor wear (several very light scratches or marks). If insert, may have dimple marks or very light wrinkles/folds,

G:  GOOD        CD & LP  Some to very heavier wear or tear (some to very scratches throughout the CD), still plays perfectly. If insert, may have some wrinkles, folds, ripples, tears or multiple case. If  case has cracked or is broken.

Demo-Copy:      CD & LP = Promo - not for sale - particularly rare!!

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