25 Days Countdown: Day 4

September 29, 2011

Only 5 days left and today, we're excited to premiere Sting: The Solo Years!

In this hour-long radio special, hosted by acclaimed music journalist Anthony DeCurtis, Sting reflects on his enduring 25-year solo career and offers commentary and insights on each of his solo albums. This previously unreleased program also includes audio tracks spanning his entire solo catalogue.

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posted by stingchronicity
That is how all of this 25 years stuff has made me feel. Reflective and festive :) Enjoyed this !
posted by salama
This was very interesting. I liked the new version/remix of Never Coming Home very much. I think it is even better than the version on Sacred Love album, which is very good also.
posted by spfarrell
Great Interview
Re: the hour - it's in multiple parts.
posted by spfarrell
Great Interview
Maybe radio stations have 42 minutes of commercial time added between the good stuff?
posted by surpata
Not an hour only 18 minutes : (
In the jukebox it's only approx. 18 mins. but the summary above says an hour long interview. What gives? Will this be available as a podcast or something downloadable? Thanks Tina Dave and Wendy. ~Josh/surpata
posted by iburn4u
Listening now
This is great. Brings to mind his sit downs with Timothy White although without the direct interaction of Timothy and Sting in the discussion.
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