Sting - Duets [2LP] (180 Gram, gatefold) Features Eric Clapton, Mary J. Blige, Herbie Hancock & More!

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Collaborations With Eric Clapton, Mary J. Blige, Melody Gardot, Herbie Hancock & More On 180g 2LP!
Featuring Brand New Previously Unreleased Track "September"!

Always known as a musical explorer, pioneering genre-bending sounds and collaborations, 17-time Grammy Award winner STING releases a new album entitled Duets. The Duets album will also include the brand new, never-before-released song, "September" with Italian icon Zucchero, produced by Sting himself and mixed by 4-time Grammy Award winner Robert Orton.

From the melismatic longing of "Desert Rose" with Rai music singer Cheb Mami and sultry groove of "It's Probably Me" with Eric Clapton to the uplifting 44/876 with Shaggy, which yielded his most recent and 17th GRAMMY award, Sting's collaborations have become nothing short of cornerstones in the canon of popular music. To celebrate some of these joint-works, he has compiled a special collection to include some of his most beloved duets with collaborators such as Mary J. Blige, Herbie Hancock, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Charles Aznavour, Mylène Farmer, Shaggy, Melody Gardot, Gashi and more.

Features

  • 180g Vinyl
  • Double LP
  • Previously unreleased track "September"
  • Gatefold jacket

Selections

LP 1

SIDE A:
  1. Little Something with Melody Gardot
  2. It's Probably Me with Eric Clapton
  3. Stolen Car with Mylène Farmer
  4. Desert Rose with Cheb Mami
SIDE B:
  1. Rise And Fall with Craig David
  2. Whenever I Say Your Name with Mary J. Blige
  3. Don't Make Me Wait with Shaggy
  4. Reste with GIMS

LP 2

SIDE A:
  1. We'll Be Together with Annie Lennox
  2. L'amour C'est Comme Un Jour with Charles Aznavour
  3. My Funny Valentine with Herbie Hancock
  4. Fragile with Julio Iglesias
SIDE B:
  1. Mama with Gashi
  2. September with Zucchero
  3. Practical Arrangement with Jo Lawry
  4. None Of Us Are Free with Sam Moore
  5. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning with Chris Botti

2021 A&M

2/2021