Acoustic Live In Newcastle - Sting

[Updated: May 6, 2000]

Acoustic Live In Newcastle

Title:Acoustic Live In Newcastle
Medium:1CD
Label:A&M Records
Catalogue number:397 171-2
Release date:11-1991
Tracks:
  1. Mad About You
  2. Ain't No Sunshine
  3. Island Of Souls
  4. The Wild Wild Sea
  5. The Soul Cages
Remarks:In November 1991 A&M Records released a limited edition box set containing the "Acoustic Live in Newcastle" CD and the 89 pages book "The Illustrated Lyrics". CD Acoustic Live in Newcastle + book The Illustrated Lyrics

The CD contains the following songs:

  1. Mad About You
  2. Ain't No Sunshine
  3. Island Of Souls
  4. The Wild Wild Sea
  5. The Soul Cages

All tracks were recorded live at the Buddle Arts Centre in Wallsend on April 20, 1991. Only a few streets away from the place where Sting was born he performed this special acoustic set in front of relatives, friends and special invited guests. It features Dominic Miller on guitar, Vinnie Colaiuta on drums and David Sancious on keyboards. Kathryn Tickell joined on Nothumbrian Pipes during Island Of Souls.

The book features visual interpretations (full-color with plenty of pictures and illustrations) of the following Sting songs by Roberto Gligorov:

  • an introduction by Sting
  • All This Time
  • Jeremiah Blues
  • Island of Souls
  • The Soul Cages
  • The Wild, Wild Sea
  • Mad About You
  • When The Angels Fall
  • Under The Dog Stail Star (Why Sould I Cry For You)
  • History Will Teach Us Nothing
  • Sister Moon
  • Fragile
  • The Secret Marriage
  • Englishman In New York
  • The Lazarus Heart
  • Straight To My Heart
  • Rock Steady
  • They Dance Alone
  • Set Them Free
  • Children's Crusade
  • Russians
  • Fortress Around Your Heart
  • We Work The Black Seam Together
  • Moon Over Bourbon Street
  • Consider Me Gone

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