Sting – The Last Ship


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Mr. K. Grewcock (Salisbury , England) - See all my reviews
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It’s quite an eclectic selection of songs yet united by the maritime theme. There are some very beautiful songs, typically thoughtful and sometimes profound. It’s wrong to criticise if you’re looking for a pop/rock album, it’s just not that. It’s hard to review properly because Sting ‘s vision is for a play but the mental scene is clearly set to great effect. There will be scoffing at Sting’ s detour into his native tongue but I think it’s a good piece of music not really intended for his own repertoire. At the end of the day I’ve found it strangely uplifting and I’m curious to see what the legacy will be. It’s been playing all day in the van and while Sting is flawed, even by his own admission it’s a sublime and strange bit of genius.

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Track List
  1. The Last Ship Lyrics
  2. Dead Man's Boots Lyrics
  3. And Yet Lyrics
  4. August Winds Lyrics
  5. Language Of Birds Lyrics
  6. Practical Arrangement Lyrics
  7. The Night The Pugilist Learned How To Dance Lyrics
  8. Ballad Of The Great Eastern Lyrics
  9. What Have We Got? (featuring Jimmy Nail) Lyrics
  10. I Love Her But She Loves Someone Else Lyrics
  11. So To Speak (featuring Becky Unthank) Lyrics
  12. The Last Ship (Reprise) Lyrics
DISC NO:2
  1. Shipyard (featuring Jimmy Nail, Brian Johnson and Jo Lawry)Lyrics
  2. It's Not The Same Moon Lyrics
  3. Hadaway Lyrics
  4. Sky Hooks And Tartan Paint (featuring Brian Johnson) Lyrics
  5. Show Some Respect Lyrics
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