April 21, 2012

Sting - The Dream of the Blue Turtles (A&M, 1985)

Sting - The Dream of the Blue Turtles
Debut of the latest Hitler: G. Sumner.

  1. Sting's real name is Gordon Sumner. This was his first solo album.


Ed Schrader said...

This album is great , I bought it in Spanish as a joke for a friends birthday, back then we thought Sting was some kind of cheese ball A.C. Bull, but when I pressed play the joke was on me because I was treated to a feast for the ears, "There were rooms of forgiveness in the house That we shared, but the space has been emptied of whatever was there, there were cupboards of patience. there were shelve loads of care, but whoever came calling found knowbody there" . Perhaps you meant THE LATEST BOB DYLAN.

Dr Hesselius said...


Thanks for your comment! Personal anecdotes like yours are always intriguing from a sociological perspective. As an example of Tale Type 938a ("The Cynic Bows Before Poetry"), this particular narrative will also interest students of folklore.

Its greatest value, however, is as a reminder of the pressing need for our own strictly objective approach to record reviewing.