Friday, 8 March 2013

Fields Of Gold: 20 Years To Sting's "Ten Summoner's Tales"

20 Years ago, on 6th of March 1993, Sting released his fourth solo album called Ten Summoner's Tales. It has been one of Sting's most successful albums until these days, due to the melodious and vocals in that record. That album won 3 Platinum records from RIAA and was nominated to the Mercury awards that year (Lost to Suede's debut album). For Sting, that album was pretty far from what he has done in the 80's with his friends Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland, the other members of Rock band, The Police. Even now, 20 years after the releasing of that album, it can still be an exciting one, so here are five songs which might help you remember how good it was

Fields Of Gold

If I Ever Lose My Faith In You

Everybody Laughed But You

It's Probably Me (With Eric Clapton and Michael Kamen)

Shape Of My Heart

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