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Police- Zenyatta Mondatta 40th- Sting, Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland

It seems that stardom for The Police had occurred in the UK after the release of their second album, "Regatta de Blanc" , but mainstream popularity in the U.S. still eluded them until October 1980's "Zenyatta Mondatta". My guests In the Studio are Police-men Sting, Stewart Copeland, and Andy Summers for the album's 40th anniversary.
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Police- Driven to Tears- Buenos Aires 12-2007

If any fans in the massive audience witnessing the reunion tour by the Police in Buenos Aires back in December 2007 were literally "Driven to Tears", then no doubt they were tears of joy. This kind of reaction was replayed nightly so often that…

Police- Zenyatta Mondatta 40th- Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers, Sting 9-28

With "Zenyatta Mondatta" the third album by The Police the title may have been nonsensical but everyone now understood the talent of Sting's songwriting and unique vocal styling, and Stewart Copeland and Andy Summer's  quirky rock/ reggae amalgam in "Don't Stand So Close to Me","When the World is Running Down", "Driven to Tears", and "De Doo Do Do,De Da Da Da". Stewart, Andy, and Sting are my guests for Zenyatta Mondatta 's fortieth anniversary here In the Studio  the week of September 28
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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".