Sting releases his seventh solo album : ‘Sacred Love’ featuring Mary J. Blige and Anoushka Shankar among other guests (2003)

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

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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