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Sting: An English (Jazz-)Man in New York - Companion Mixtape

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More cuts from our exploration of the jazz side of Sting, featuring his own jazzier projects and renditions of his work by the likes of Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Dominic Miller, Michela Lombardi, Andy Bey, Marc Copland and many more.

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Playlist

  • Lucky Peterson "We'll Be Together" Lifetime (Verve) 0:00
  • Sting "Jeremiah Blues (Part 1)" Soul Cages (A&M) 3:30
  • Kenny Barron, Regina Carter "Fragile" Freefall (Verve) 8:18
  • Pierluigi Balducci Ensemble "La Belle Dame Sans Regrets" Rouge! (Splasc(H)) 15:58
  • Janis Siegel, Fred Hersch "Sister Moon" Slow Hot Wind (Varèse Sarabande) 23:14
  • Sting "Nice Work If You Can Get It" The Glory of Gershwin (Mercury) 28:50
  • The Bob Belden Ensemble "Children's Crusade" Straight to My Heart: The Bob Belden Ensemble Performs the Music of Sting (Blue Note) 31:48
  • Sting with Gil Evans "Consider Me Gone" Strange Fruit (ITM) 39:54
  • Marlene VerPlanck "Sister Moon" A Quiet Storm (Audiophile) 46:16
  • Michela Lombardi "It's Probably Me" Shape of My Heart (The Music of Sting) (Saifam) 50:07
  • Sting "Angel Eyes" Leaving Las Vegas [O.S.T.] (A&M) 54:57
  • Jazz Fantasy feat. Franco Ambrosetti "Perfect Love... Gone Wrong" Every Breath We Take (Splasc(H)) 58:54
  • Andy Bey "Fragile" Tuesdays in Chinatown (Ko Ko) 1:03:20
  • Marc Copland Trio "When We Dance" Haunted Heart & Other Ballads (HatHut Records) 1:08:08
  • Yaron Herman "Fragile" Yaron Herman Pablo Valat Sylvain Ghio (Sketch) 1:13:39
  • Christof Lauer, Jens Thomas "Russians" Shadows in the Rain (ACT) 1:17:18
  • Dominic Miller "Fields of GOld" Shadows in the Rain (ECM) 1:22:26

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