Sting ‎– ...Nothing Like The Sun

A&M Records ‎– 75021 6402 2, A&M Records ‎– 39 3912-2
CD, Album

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1 The Lazarus Heart
Guitar – Andy Summers
2 Be Still My Beating Heart
Guitar – Andy Summers
3 Englishman In New York 4:25
4 History Will Teach Us Nothing
Guitar – Sting
5 They Dance Alone (Gueca Solo)
Guitar – Eric Clapton, Fareed Haque, Mark KnopflerVocals [Spanish] – Ruben Blades
6 Fragile
Guitar – Sting
7 We'll Be Together
Mixed By – Paul McKennaMixed By [Assistant] – John HegedesProducer – Bryan Loren
8 Straight To My Heart 3:54
9 Rock Steady 4:27
10 Sister Moon 3:47
11 Little Wing
Bass – Mark EganDrums – Kenwood DennardGuitar – Hiram BullockOrchestra – Gil Evans And His OrchestraWritten-By – Jimi Hendrix
12 The Secret Marriage
Piano – Ken Helman



Cat# at the disc: 75021 6402 2.
Cat# at the covers: 39 3912-2.

Originally release October 13, 1987.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 82839 39122

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMA 6402 Sting ...Nothing Like The Sun(2xLP, Album) A&M Records AMA 6402 UK & Europe 1987 Sell This Version
6402-1 Sting Nothing Like The Sun(LP, Album) A&M Records, Inc. 6402-1 India 1987 Sell This Version
5722446, SC 6402 Sting Nothing Like The Sun(Cass, Album) PGP RTB, A&M Records 5722446, SC 6402 Yugoslavia 1987 Sell This Version
CD 6402, DX 2163 Sting ...Nothing Like The Sun(CD, Album) A&M Records, A&M Records CD 6402, DX 2163 US 1987 Sell This Version
MKL 37175 Sting ...Nothing Like The Sun(Cass, Album) Gong MKL 37175 Hungary 1987 Sell This Version


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January 28, 2017
At the height of the fame-Sting to The Police decided in 1984-in the waiting room. The demand for Sting songs was greater than ever. His solo career was energetic. By its status as ' pop God ' knew Sting to bind the best jazz musicians, for a plate (The Dream Of The Blue Turtles) that the return to his early passion as a jazz musician. The catchy pop songs of Sting proved in this setting to enjoy in your results. By being rather too emphatically as world idealist, however, Sting got an image problem, making him especially in the British press could do any good. The public had no message to and also fell en masse for his later solo albums. In the second half of the 1990s and the new decade is the remarkably quiet around the man, who is really in 2007, lured into a reunion with his old band mates of The Police. Before that, he had ventured to classic English composer John Dowland (Songs From The Labyrinth).