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Living Sea [Featuring the Music of Sting]
     

The Living Sea [Featuring the Music of Sting]

4.7 4
by Sting
 

Product Details

Release Date:
05/23/1995
Label:
A&M
UPC:
0731454035026
catalogNumber:
540350
Rank:
86922

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Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sting   Track Performer
Brent Lewis   Drums
Ardeshir Farah   Guitar
Michael Hamilton   Guitar
Tim Landers   Bass
Kevin Ricard   Percussion
Marc Russo   Saxophone
Jorge Strunz   Guitar
Steve Wood   Synthesizer,Voices
Alan Deremo   Bass
Beth Wood   Voices
Nate Wood   Drums
Steve Wood   Synthesizer,Voices
Beth Fitchet Wood   Voices

Technical Credits

Sting   Producer
Darryl Way   Arranger,Producer
Peter Brandt   Engineer
Neil Dorfsman   Producer
Hugh Padgham   Producer,Engineer
Gerd Rautenbach   Engineer
Jim Scott   Engineer
Kim Turner   Producer,Engineer
Steve Wood   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Daniel May   Orchestration
Steve Wood   Arranger,Producer,Engineer

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The Living Sea [Featuring the Music of Sting] 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the most beautiful music I've ever heard. The instruments and way the music is so wonderfully written, make me feel as if there is so much to live for. I also play it for my infant at bedtime because it's uplifting and peaceful. It captivates me each time I listen to it. Thank you Sting and Thank you God for ears to hear !
Guest More than 1 year ago
In these uncertain times, this is a definite feel-good set. It is absolutely awe-inspiring¿listen and let it take you away!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Steve Wood has taken Sting's music (mostly from the 'Soul Cages' album), and has created compositions which paint vivid aural pictures, from rainforests to the Carribean Islands (emphasized by the steel drums). Throughout some parts of the album, the tracks are virtually indistinguishable from each other - the musical themes & variations all closely overlap the previous & following songs. No matter what environment you're in (car, home, office), the music fills your imagination with the tropical aspects of the ocean. I've listened to this album (from beginning to end) for at least 1400 times, and do not tire of it. The IMAX movie is primarily in documentary format, yet with the narrating voice of Meryl Streep, the music definitely shows soothing oceanic scenes, with or without the 70mm film to go with it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago