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Why Should I Cry For You - Sting - The Soul Cages (CD, Album)



  1. Sting – Soul Cages SA Press STARL Sleeve VG Record VG+. Tracklist Island Of Souls All This Time Mad About You Jeremiah Blues (Part 1) Why Should I Cry For You Saint Agnes And The Burning Train The Wild Wild Sea The Soul Cages .
  2. 2 on CD face,booklet and cd spine Printed in the U.S.A. (On Back Cover & On Inside Booklet) Made in the U.S.A. (On CD Face) This album is dedicated to John Dexter, Ethyl Eichelberger and my father. Branford Marsalis appears courtesy of Columbia Records Vinx appears courtesy of Pangea Records Q Sound.
  3. Why Should I Cry For You: B1: Saint Agnes And The Burning Train: B2: The Wild Wild Sea: B3: The Soul Cages: B4: When The Angel Falls: Credits Drums – Manu Katch é; Guitar Sting: The Soul Cages ‎ (CD, Album) A&M Records: Italy: /5(7).
  4. Feb 11,  · You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # ### To: [email protected] Subject: CRD: Why Should I Cry For You - Sting >From [email protected] (SDII-Grupo_sd) Subject: CRD: Sting: Why Should I Cry For You Why Should I cry for you? - Sting from "Soul Cages" album.
  5. Why Should I Cry For You is one of the songs on The Soul Cages. It was later re-performed and released in Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting
  6. Jan 22,  · The album opens with the wistful, virtually mist-drenched "Island of Souls," a tale of a shipbuilder's son orphaned by an accident who dreams of the open sea. Later, that sea becomes a prison for a lovelorn sailor in "Why Should I Cry for You?" Throughout, Sting dispenses with the conventions of pop lyrical structure/5().
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Soul Cages on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - 2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop • Style: Blues Rock, Jazz-Rock, Soft Rock5/5(3).
  8. Nov 01,  · The Soul Cages is the third full-length studio album released by Sting and the first to feature longtime guitarist Dominic Miller. Released in /5(36).
  9. "The Soul Cages" may be the biggest exception. Complaints that it's too gloomy are understandable, if you prefer poppy "Nothing Like the Sun" Sting, and especially if you're into silly "Ten Summoner's Tales" Sting, but for those that recognize he did his best work with the Police (and he did), it's clear that the gloom makes this album/5(4).

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