I think it's important not to define it, because once you can define something it evaporates. I think it's important in this day and age when we are dictated to by music television what a particular song is about, that the old ambiguity that songs had can be retained. A flat five is an interesting chord because it was banned by the church. It's called a tri-tone, and it was banned by the church - it was the devil's music. Blues music is based on the tri-tone, and in sacred music from the middle-ages, the Pope banned the tri-tone, the flattened fifth.
It's disconcerting. It puts you ill at ease. A long form 'performance' video of the entire album was filmed at Sting's Lake House property. The audio used is partly from the album, but partly recorded as played by the band during the filming. This film was released in conjunction with the album.
The international-exclusive track "Everybody Laughed But You" was excluded from Canadian and American pressings of the album. However, US singles from the album included the song, as well as a version of the song with different lyrics titled "January Stars". Ten Summoner's Tales was remastered and re-released in French bonus disc — five live recordings later released as a promotional disc called Five Live.
It has been sampled or interpolated in the following:. This version was available as a single. In , "Shape of My Heart" was used to conclude the final episode of the seventh series of British television drama Hustle. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pop rock soft rock jazz rock. Retrieved 3 October The Buffalo News. Retrieved 6 July Chicago Tribune. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th concise ed.
Omnibus Press. Entertainment Weekly. Helsinki: Tammi. Les classement single. GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved 7 October Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved 24 November Dutch Top 40 Retrieved 24 September Single Top Top 40 Singles. True, there isn't a preponderance of flat-out classics -- only the surging opener "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You," the understated swing of "It's Probably Me," and the peaceful ballad "Fields of Gold" rank as classics -- but, as an album, Ten Summoner's Tales is more consistently satisfying than anything else in his catalog.
Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Brand New Day. Nothing Like The Sun. The Soul Cages. Mercury Falling. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime.If I Ever Lose My Faith In You Engineer [Assistant] – Pete Lewis, Simon Osborne Engineer, Mixed By – Hugh Padgham Keyboards – David Sancious Mastered By – Bob Ludwig Producer – Hugh Padgham, Sting Vocals, Bass Guitar, Harmonica – Sting: 2: Message In A Bottle: 3: Tea In The Sahara: 4: Walking On The Moon: /5(27).