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The Police- Regatta de Blanc 40th Anniversary- Sting, Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers

“Love can mend your life, but love can break your heart…”- “Message in a Bottle”, 1979 (Sting) “Outlandos d’Amour  has a certain grotesque, naïve charm about it,” Sting offers in this interview about the second album by The Police, “but Regatta de Blanc   is infinitely a better record.” Both the critics and the rock audience agreed, […]

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The Police- Synchronicity- Sting, Stewart Copeland

Starting with 1978’s “Outlandos d’Amour”,  the UK breakthrough “Regatta de Blanc”,  their 1980 worldwide hit “Zenyatta Mondatta”,  and “Ghost in the Machine” the following year, you could debate whether the first four  albums by the Anglo-American band The Police  were significant enough creatively and commercially to issue a warrant to book them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Yet this fact is certain: the 1983 Police album  “Synchronicity” guaranteed it.

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Police-Zenyatta Mondatta-Sting,Andy Summers,Stewart Copeland

On their first U.S.tour in early 1979 the three members of The Police, Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers, & Sting arrived for their first interview at my Memphis radio studio… in a station wagon. Barely 15 months later they returned to take me to lunch, except this time they were in a limousine.   It seems that […]

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Jethro Tull- Crest of a Knave- Ian Anderson

Beginning in 1979 and continuing all the way until 1987 with Crest of a Knave,  Jethro Tull’s fate and fortunes would be quite unlike their first decade of success when the  unique amalgam of blues rock, Scottish Highlands folk, and hard rock, led by Ian Anderson and exemplified by Aqualung  and the worldwide #1-seller Thick As a Brick,  packed arenas.

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Sting- The Dream of the Blue Turtles 35th Anniversary

Police singer/ songwriter Sting’s first solo album,” The Dream of the Blue Turtles”,   was highly anticipated. Musical direction-wise it surprised some who did not know Sting’s pre-punk jazz roots at college, but in no way did it disappoint, with “If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free”, “Russians”, and “Fortress Around Your Heart”.