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A great CD if you like Sting. A bit off the beaten track but fun.Published 2 months ago by Larry Underwood, M.D.
This one is Sting's weirdest work by far, but utterly brilliant and well worth the purchase... if you like Elizabethan things.Published 6 months ago by Scáth
In 2006, Sting took a shot at performing the songs of Elizabethan composer John Dowland. It was a bit of a gamble and, if Sting does not win the pot, he at least broke even. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kevin M. Derby
A new approach for Sting's voice. I like the new material he has presented here. Hope he continues to try new music.Published 10 months ago by brenda morris
Let's face it. The reason anyone buys this is just for the fact that it's Sting singing Dowland. Not to say it's bad; most songs are done pretty well. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Matt
I picked up a copy of this CD in a bargain bin in a used CD store, for $2. I got ripped off.
Sting cannot sing his way out of a wet paper bag.
I don't know any of Stings other music but his voice and the lute goes well together. I love it and I hope he comes out with more!Published 14 months ago by B.B.
I usually like Sting but this one didn't really inspire me... ah well. put it down to experience. Try before you buyPublished 15 months ago by BJ
Most reviewers who do not like this wanted something else: they wanted a more sophisticated voice raised on classic music (let us have the flowery voice of Nigel Rogers). Read morePublished 16 months ago by Claude Lambert
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I just heard the samples from this album on "Studio 60 on Sunset Strip" (US viewers will be able to see it on NBC on Monday) and put in an order for the album at the next commercial break. If the samples on Amazon are anything to go by, this will be a wonderful album as well as an... Read More
Oct 15, 2006 by Ullrich Fischer | See all 4 posts