Sting

Live in Berlin [Digipak]

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. If I Ever Lose My Faith in You 4:46
  2. Englishman in New York 4:38
  3. Fields of Gold 3:35
  4. Why Should I Cry for You? 7:45
  5. All Would Envy 5:36
  6. Tomorrow We'll See 4:48
  7. The End of the Game 6:21
  8. Whenever I Say Your Name 7:21
  9. Shape of My Heart 4:49
  10. Moon Over Bourbon Street 6:04
  11. Mad About You 4:45
  12. King of Pain 5:39
  13. Desert Rose 4:44
  14. Fragile 4:50
  15. A Thousand Years
  16. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
  17. Englishman in New York
  18. Roxanne
  19. When We Dance
  20. Russians
  21. I Hung My Head
  22. Why Should I Cry for You?
  23. Whenever I Say Your Name
  24. This Cowboy Song
  25. Tomorrow We'll See
  26. Moon Over Bourbon Street
  27. The End of the Game
  28. You Will Be My Ain True Love
  29. All Would Envy
  30. Mad About You
  31. King of Pain
  32. Every Breath You Take
  33. Desert Rose
  34. She's Too Good for Me
  35. Fragile
  36. I Was Brought to My Senses (Intro)

Review

Recorded on September 21, 2010 as Sting was smack dab in the middle of his Symphonicities tour, Live in Berlin -- available as a CD/DVD set, a Blu Ray, and a condensed single-disc CD -- offers further orchestral reimaginings of Sting’s songbook, retaining a healthy chunk of the songs on the 2010 album Symphonicities and finding room for other highlights from his past, both obscure and quite familiar (“Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic,” “Russians,” “King of Pain,” “Every Breath You Take”all pop up on the video). Compared to the studio album, the symphonic flourishes don’t seem quite as overwhelming -- the attention is drawn to Sting and his songs, not to the orchestrations -- and the show is paced expertly, turning Live in Berlin into a bit of sophisticated comfort food for longtime Sting fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi