Bring on the Night songs Product Information
Bring on the Night album for sale by Sting was released Mar 29, 2005 on the A&M (USA) label. 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 hat trick, that), and since he was initially a jazz bassist, it seemed like a good fit. Bring on the Night CD music is a 2-disc set with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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Bring on the Night buy CD music Customer Reviews
Any fan would love this CD. This is a great collection of songs.
By jejr9 (Irvine)
||Wow, synchronistic synergy!|
This album is one of those, "I wish I was there" ones. A group of virtuosos get together and come up with something bigger than the whole. I listen to this album over and over again, each time focusing on Bradfords' sax, or the incredible bass, or ... Even the crowd is in time and on key. You've got to hear this one.
By bcspencer (Victoria, B.C.)
||An excellent live album|
Bring on the Night CD music In 1985, Sting decided to abandon The Police and flex his musical muscles, assembling a jazz ensemble and setting out on tour to break the barriers between pop and jazz. The subsequent tour, chronicled in this album and the film of the same name (also recently re-released on DVD), saw Sting playing the new material from his album, THE DREAM OF THE BLUE TURTLES, while mining The Police's back catalog to rework some underrated classics. The album boasts several improvisation-heavy medleys (the most notable being the combination of "Bring on the Night" and "When the World is Running Down... "). The group also tackles Police tunes like "Low Life," "Driven to Tears," and "Tea in the Sahara" while playing their newer songs like "We Work the Black Seam" (in which excellent saxophonist Branford Marsalis shines brightest), "Consider Me Gone," and "Another Day" (a song cut from BLUE TURTLES). The only wish I have for this CD - a wish to hear the big singles from BLUE TURTLES like "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free" and "Fortress Around Your Heart" - is satisfied by the film, which documents the rehearsals and first show of the Bring on the Night Tour in Paris. All in all, if you are a fan of Sting or The Police or want to start at the beginning of Sting's solo career, it doesn't get much better than BRING ON THE NIGHT!
By MikeDuquette222 (South Plainfield, NJ)
There are a couple of tracks that start as one song and blend into another. These tracks alone are worth getting the album for!
By a reviewer (Manitoba, Canada)
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Bring on the Night songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6835173|
|Release Date||Mar 29, 2005|
|Producer||Kim Turner; Kim Turner; Sting|
|Recording Time||83 minutes|