Sting’s ‘Sacred Love’

Sting’s ‘Sacred Love’ is his seventh studio album released September 29, 2003 and featuring Mary J. Blige and Anoushka Shankar by A&M.

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Track Listing : 1.Inside (Sting) – 04:46 . 2.Send Your Love (Sting) – 04:38 . 3.Whenever I Say Your Name (Sting) – 05:25 . 4.Dead Man’S Rope (Sting) – 05:44 . 5.Never Coming Home (Sting) – 04:58 . 6.Stolen Car (Take Me Dancing) (Sting) – 03:55 . 7.Forget About The Future (Sting) – 05:12 . 8.This War (Sting) – 05:29 . 9.The Book Of My Life (Sting) – 06:14 . 10.Sacred Love (Sting) – 05:43

Musicians : Sting – Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards . Mary J. Blige – Lead Vocals On (3) . Vicente Amigo – Flamenco Guitar On (2) . Anoushka Shankar – Sitar On (9) . Kipper – Keyboards, Programming . Dominic Miller – Guitars . Mark Egan – Bass . Jason Rebello – Piano, Rhodes . Manu Katché – Drums . Vinnie Colaiuta – Drums . Keith Carlock – Drums . Rhani Krija – Percussion . Jeff Young – Hammond Organ . Chris Botti – Trumpet . Clark Gayton – Trombone . Christian Mcbride – Double Bass . Dave Hartley – Piano . Aref Durvesh – Tabla . Jacqueline Thomas – Cello . Levon Minassian – Duduk . Valerie Denys – Castanets . Bahija Rhapl – Ethnic Vocals . Joy Rose – Backing Vocals . Donna Gardier – Backing Vocals . Katreese Barnes – Backing Vocals . Ada Dyer – Backing Vocals . Choeur De Radio France – Vocals

Production : Produced By Sting, Kipper Dave Audé – Remixing . Chris Blair – Mastering . Hopps – Assistant Engineer . Steve Miller – Mixing . Simon Osborne – Engineer, Mixing . Rodolphe Plisson – Assistant Engineer

Package : Richard Frankel – Package Design

Recorded 2002 * 2003.

Released On September 29, 2003 By A&M.

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PopMatters
Not as experimental as his previous album, which is a definite plus. Not his strongest album, but another relatively strong effort. […]

Ultimate Classic Rock
10 Years Ago: Sting Releases ‘Sacred Love’…but he cautioned fans not to expect a return to ‘Sacred Love’ or anything that came before it. “I don’t think I need to go down there again,” he mused. “I don’t want to. I’d rather write about other people. I’ve mined myself.” […]

Rolling Stone
Sting seems like a man focused on the future but drawing more freely upon his past with heart and soul. Sacred or profane, that’s hard not to love. […]

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