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A documentary about the making of the first Sting album. Not only is some time spent in the studio (much of was recorded in an interesting mansion), but there is also some interesting information about what was going on in the lives of the members of his band during that time, including Sting's child being born.Written by
Songs heard in part or in full during the rehearsal scenes included: "Bring On the Night / When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around", "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free", "Low Life", "Fortress Around My Heart", "Love Is the Seventh Wave", "Shadows In the Rain", "Consider Me Gone", ""Driven to Tears", and "We Work the Black Seam". See more »
There are numerous mismatches between the soundtrack music and the performances on stage and in rehearsal, including cymbal crashes and drum fills that are heard and not seen, and vice versa. See more »
Good documentary featuring Sting and his new band doing a lot of rehearsing in a grand old domicile. We are treated not only to the final touches of putting together a new set of songs, but a peek into the more relaxed moments together and a rousing concert finale. An eye opening look into the inner workings of a jazz band and the mind of a talented entertainer.
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