Sting’s ‘Brand New Day’ is his sixth solo studio album featuring ‘Desert Rose’ with Cheb Mami and released on September 24, 1999 by A&M Records.
Track Listing : 1.A Thousand Years (Kipper, Sting) – 05:57 . 2.Desert Rose (Sting) – 04:45 . 3.Big Lie, Small World (Sting) – 05:05 . 4.After The Rain Has Fallen (Sting) – 05:03 . 5.Perfect Love… Gone Wrong (Sting) – 05:24 . 6.Tomorrow We’Ll See (Sting) – 04:47 . 7.Prelude To The End Of The Game (Sting) – 00:20 . 8.Fill Her Up (Sting) – 05:38 . 9.Ghost Story (Sting) – 05:29 . 10.Brand New Day (Sting) – 06:19
Musicians : Sting – Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Vg-8 Guitar Synth, Vocals . James Taylor – Vocals On (8), Acoustic Guitar . Cheb Mami – Vocals On (2) . Sté Strausz – Vocals On (5) . David Hartley – Vocals On (3), String Arranger, Conductor On (3 – 6), Hammond Organ . Kipper – Drum Programming, Keyboards . Dominic Miller – Guitars . Manu Katché – Drums . Vinnie Colaiuta – Drums . Jason Rebello – Piano, Clavinet . Chris Botti – Trumpet . Stevie Wonder – Harmonica . Branford Marsalis – Clarinet . Mino Cinelu – Percussion . Ettamri Mustapha – Darbouka . B.J. Cole – Pedal Steel Guitar . Kathryn Tickell – Northumbrian Pipes, Fiddle . Don Blackman – Hammond Organ . Gavyn Wright – String Leader On (3 – 6) . Farhat Bouallagui – Conductor And Leader . Moulay Ahmed – String Player . Kouider Berkan – String Player . Salem Bnouni – String Player . Sameh Catalan – String Player . Joe Mendez – Background Vocals . Janice Pendarvis – Background Vocals . Althea Rodgers – Background Vocals . Marlon Saunders – Background Vocals . Veneese Thomas – Background Vocals . Darryl Tookes – Background Vocals . Ken Williams – Background Vocals . Tawatha Agee – Background Vocals . Dennis Collins – Background Vocals
Production : Produced By Sting, Kipper . Simon Osborne – Engineer
Recorded In 1999.
Released On September 24, 1999 By A&M Records.
But he sounds like what you have to sound like to keep doing fresh work when you’re no longer a pup: unbored. […]
If you’re still a fan of Sting and have enjoyed the architecture of his past “adult-comtemporary” music, you’ll certainly find nothing to dislike about his newest offering. If, however, you miss his younger days, the carefree, simple days of The Police, you’ll find Brand New Day as full of energy and as vibrant as a Saint Bernard in the rain. […]
Nodima @ RateYourMusic
No real opinion on this one, but it’s probably my mom’s favorite CD now that she’s not hip enough for Songs in the Key of Life anymore and I have no complaints about it either. Sometimes I check her collection here to see what her taste is likeand not surprising it’s pretty bland. […]