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  1. Sting continually reaches and thinks, liberally sharing his insights and sources, educating and entertaining as he goes. This wonderful winter album is no different. A collection of ancient carols, and other songs of the cold season, it requires attention and a bit of stretching from the modern listener/5().
  2. release from the multi-million selling singer, songwriter, musician and former leader of The Police. This release is dedicated to Sting's favorite season, Winter: a season which has inspired countless songwriters over the centuries and produced a wealth of music exploring all of its many guises/5().
  3. 33 rows · Dec 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sting - If On A /5().
  4. Hmmmm. As a first year beekeeper I did not know what to expect from bee stings. Alas, I get terrible large local reactions to each sting (huge, swollen, red, hot welts that come up hours after the sting, itch like crazy and get progressively worse for several days before they get better). My only sting this winter was a bit different.
  5. Nov 23,  · Sting captured the old world charm of winter folk in this one! Perfect for the winter holiday, a staple in my disc player. Authentic legitimacy, English, Irish, Scottish feeling in /5().
  6. Yes, winter is a cold dark time, but it also can be a rebuilding of life to be ready for the spring. Sting's voice sounds as if he is singing below his natural range and that (to me) is not appealing. His voice sounds strained and not in a good way. The music is okay, just not enough spark in it to appeal to me/5(39).
  7. Oct 26,  · This fall, Sting will release a new album dedicated to his favourite season - Winter - a season which has inspired countless songwriters over the centuries and produced a wealth of music exploring all of its many guises.
  8. I love Sting. I love traditional music. I love choral music. If on a Winter's Night takes me to another world, an earthy and ethereal winter world where past informs the present with both the joyful and the dark, often lonely journeys of the winter soul.

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