9 thoughts on “ I Was Brought To My Senses - Sting - Mercury Falling (CD, Album)

  1. On his alternatively heartsick and hopeful new album 'Mercury Falling', the rock god Sting delivers a healthy dose of hooks and - yes - humility. The title of his new album, 'Mercury Falling', is a typical Sting gesture - it has the warmth of intelligence and the chill of self-regard.
  2. Mercury Falling is the fifth studio album by Sting, released in The album begins and ends with the words "mercury falling".In , the album earned Sting two Grammy nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot".Genre: Rock, pop.
  3. Mercury Falling' has a lean, aggressive sound that shamelessly borrows from any style that stung Sting. There are elements of traditional Celtic arrangements, jazz, country and even R&B. It's just a guess, but since Sting is a gifted bassist, you'd assume he writes music from the /5().
  4. 'I Was Brought To My Senses' appeared on 's Mercury Falling album and was released as the third single in just missing the top 30 spot. Notable for it's terrific lyric, the song featured throughout the subsequent world tour. At the time of 's 'Mercury Falling' album, something strange happened.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CRC CD release of Mercury Falling on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Club Edition CRC • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock/5(10).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mercury Falling on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock.
  7. Dec 02,  · 2CD-set with transparent sticker ("Limited Australian Tour Edition includes bonus 5-track CD - ". Limited Australian tour edition. Tracks and recorded at Buddle Art Centre, Newcastle, England 20th April Track is not the Steve Lipson Remix of: "I Was Brought To My Senses"; its the edit version of the album version/5(5).
  8. referencing Mercury Falling, CD, Album + CD, Maxi, Ltd, 2, is actually the Edit version and not the Steve Lipson Mix, despite the liner notes. Reply Notify me Helpful.
  9. Falling somewhere between the pop sensibilities of Ten Summoner's Tales and the searching ambition of The Soul Cages, Mercury Falling is one of Sting's tighter records, even if it fails to compel as much as his previous solo albums. Though he doesn't flaunt his jazz aspirations as he did in the mid-'80s, Mercury Falling feels more serious than The Dream of the Blue Turtles, primarily because.

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