Friday, September 10, 2010

Sting - Shape Of My Heart


Two days ago did Sting visited Stockholm, Sweden for a show at the Globe, in his luggage did he have last summer released "Symphonicities".



The new album showed that the old Sting and Police songs are very well kept to enlarged up to symphonic proportions. Some of them, as "Roxanne" and "Every Little Breath You Take", grew even in their new costumes and bared new unheard dimensions.

It works well when Sting stands on the Globe stage in front of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the new arrangements and also new sound effectively blowing away the dust from the greatly bored Sting songs and make the long concert (3 hrs), constantly entertaining. Sting is a very good shape and really have fun during the show.






Todays tune "Shape Of My Heart" is taken from "Ten Summoner's Tales" which is the fourth solo studio album. The title is a combined pun of his given name, Gordon Sumner, and a character in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, the summoner. Released in 1993, it explores themes of love and morality in a noticeably upbeat mood compared to his previous release, the introspective The Soul Cages.



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2 kommentarer:

Kathy said...

Glad you liked the Symphonicity concert, and thanks for sharing your photos!

Stones said...

Thanks Kathy, yeah it was a great evening.