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9 thoughts on “ The Lowest Trees Have Tops - Sting - Songs From The Labyrinth (CD, Album)

  1. "The Lute and the Labyrinth" "The Lowest Trees Have Tops" "Flow My Tears" "Dowland's Exile" "Clear and Cloudy" "Political Intrigue" "Have You Seen the Bright Lily Grow" "Weep You No More, Sad Fountains" "Le Rossignol" "Religion" "Sting and the Lute" "Come, Heavy Sleep" "In Darkness Let Me Dwell" "Choir Rehearsal" "Fine Knacks for Ladies".
  2. Oct 10,  · Check out The Lowest Trees Have Tops by Sting & Edin Karamazov on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tedtawaljodotitidislinouhuany.coinfo From the Album Songs From The Labyrinth - Tour Edition October 10,
  3. Complete lyrics included in 28 page front insert. Tracks 3, 6, 9, 11, 15, 18, and 22 are tracks in which Sting reads passages (with minimal musical accompaniment) from a letter written by John Dowland in Nuremburg to Sir Robert Cecil on 10 November, /5(16).
  4. Natilar says:
    The Lowest Trees Have Tops Lyrics: The lowest trees have tops, the ant her gall / The fly her spleen, the little spark his heat / The slender hairs cast shadows, through but small / And bees have.
  5. CD Album Standard Edition Walsingham; Can She Excuse My Wrongs 'Ryght Honorable ' Flow My Tears (Lachrimae) Have You Seen The Bright lily Grow ' Then In Time Passing On ' The Battle Galliard; The Lowest Trees Have Tops ' And Accordinge As I Desired Ther Cam A Letter ' Fine Knacks For Ladies.
  6. Voodooll says:
    Sting's recent foray into the field of early music has resulted in this luminous CD, "Songs from the Labyrinth." Despite the critiques from afficionadoes of early music, who find it utterly non-traditional, it's still worth the price of admission -- if nothing else, because it showcases Sting's musical adventurousness, originality and range/5().
  7. Mooguzahn says:
    On "Songs from the Labyrinth", Sting discovers the music of Elizabethan songwriter John Dowland: "beautiful melodies, fantastic lyrics, great accompaniments". In close collaboration with lutenist Edin Karamazov, he interweaves songs with instrumental solos and evocative readings from a Dowland letter. together they create what Sting calls "a /5(62).
  8. Nalabar says:
    'Songs From the Labyrinth' is the most nakedly musical, least commercial Sting recording since his first post-Police effort, 'The Dream of the Blue Turtles'. That album employed then-young jazz musicians Branford Marsalis, Kenny Kirkland and Darryl Jones in service of a new pop music based on jazz harmony and scathing improvisation.
  9. Brasida says:
    Oct 10,  · The release was a slow seller for a Sting album, his first since 's Bring on the Night to fail to break the UK top The album was released and re-released in several versions: LP vinyl and CD editions with 23 tracks, a CD/DVD edition with 8 tracks on the CD and a DVD documentary, The Journey and the Labyrinth, and a CD re-release with 26 /5(11).

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