King, Carole. Fitzgerald, Ella. Dancing Queen. Far Too Late. Cinderella . Eilish, Billie. Well, it's five in the morning and the light's already broken, and the rainy streets are empty, for nobody else has woken;. EMI Music Publishing. Sting - Sacred Love. Always on Your Side Sheryl Crow. Fragile Sting. Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Friday 15 May Saturday 16 May Sunday 17 May Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May I just think there's too much negativity and paranoia and fear in this side of the pan, so I think art and music and popular culture can help to rebalance that.
And I think that's what the job is. With this album I remember feeling anxiety, anger, fear, love, wanting to put the world right through the only medium I have, so it just came out as this stream of consciousness.
And all of that anxiety that was being given to us by the media, it obviously affected me. I wanted to get as many ideas as I could on the page because we were being told by our fearless leaders that we were in danger of being nuked within 45 minutes or, you know, an imminent chemical attack. And I didn't quite believe it, but there was certainly an anxiety in the air. And it's reflected on this record.
What do I write about I didn't want to write specifically about that situation at all, but when I look back on the songs that I've written since then, there is this mood of import. There's something happening in the human spirit, and we're all connected to it, whether you're American or British or from the Islamic world.
We're connected to some energy in the world, and we need to sort out what it is. Mother love, father love, husband love, wife love, child love because when you don't have that, all hell breaks loose, and that's what we've got. I'm as idealistic as you can get - I do believe in love. I do believe that the problems of the world are basically about its lack, and the solutions are all about saying, 'People love each other, understand we are family.
Just feeling useless and, not just bad, but empty. And then I decided to go inside and talk about the microcosms of relationships and then sort of weave a pattern out of it. All of the songs start very personal and then they spiral out to something bigger and bigger, reflecting the world. I think that's what the album's about.
I wanted to redefine the idea of what love is. It can sound terribly twee, you know, 'I love you, and the whole idea, and everything wonderful. It can destroy you, if you've been hurt, you never want to take that risk again. And most of us have been hurt. So that idea I wanted to reintroduce and use the entry of war to talk about love - reverse it. At first, I just wasn't in the mood to write songs.
Then, because of what was going on in the world - the threat of war after September 11th, and the actual war happening -- it definitely was a difficult time to be creative. You wonder - what on Earth am I doing this for What bearing does this have on reality And of course a lot of the themes of what's happening in the world come into the record unconsciously.
So there's a certain amount of confusion and dread on the record, as well as a great deal of joy and hope," he concludes. I'm not denying anything. I think it really was a watershed. An event like that makes you redefine your craft and question what function you serve in society.
If the world's going to hell in a hand basket then, you know, how can you either help that along or stop it I'm 51 and I'm not going to write about dancing particularly, or girlfriends, or cars.
There is a place for trivia in pop music. I'm responsible for some of it. But sometimes you've got to get serious. My intention is to create something beautiful and unique and pleasing to people and at the same time tell the truth about how I feel in the world. Review from Billboard magazine by MP Sting has never been one to shy away from rhythms of the world - or of the dancefloor, for that matter.
His previous studio recording, 'Brand New Day', spawned a global crossover hit with the exhilarating 'Desert Rose'. Here, Sting continues to embrace a variety of sonic landscapes. Indeed, there are numerous high points on this heartfelt and soulful disc, but the spiritual 'Dead Man's Rope' and Mary J. Throughout, Sting's own sacred love remains intact.
In Sting's world, love - and all that it encompasses - is all that matters. Certainly, Sting shows an anguished conscience on his new album, 'Sacred Love', which represents his first recorded material since the war in Iraq. He is clearly not thrilled about the world situation, and he falls back on that hallowed notion held by most spiritually attuned songwriters: Love will find a way.
Sting's new CD, out today, is a complex, sometimes funny, and often extremely musical look at the maladies he sees warping the world. He adds that there's also "a war on education, a war on information, a war between the sexes In short, Sting is just as puzzled as the rest of us these days.
He may own seven homes around the world his careers in the Police and as a solo artist have been very good to this milkman's son from Newcastle , but as he sings elsewhere on the new disc: "The end is a mystery no one can read. He has been accused of know-it-all didacticism in the past, but this time he sings, "I'm just hanging here in space" on the very pretty if harshly titled 'Dead Man's Rope'. The song has a gospel flair that adds a special urgency to it.
Artists - S. Never Coming Home is found on the album Sacred Love. Sting — Never Coming Home. Never Coming Home song meanings. Add your thoughts 5 Comments. General Comment This song and his album came out at around the same time that my ex-fiancee and I split up.
And there are three songs that remind me of her off this album, among many : "Inside", "Whenever I Say Your Name", and this one. My ex-fiancee and I had a great relationship when it started. We had met in a very unusual place and hit it off famously. She lit up a room with her smile. She was stunning, cute and very funny.
It's far from a bad listen, nor is it embarrassing, but it's entirely too predictable, coming across as nothing more than well-tailored, expensive mood music, which is certainly far less than what Sacred Love could have been.
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