The Police - Synchronicity Concert album download
|3||Walking In Your Footsteps|
|4||Message In A Bottle|
|5||Walking On The Moon|
|6||Wrapped Around Your Finger|
|7||Hole In My Life|
|8||King Of Pain|
|9||One World (Not Three)|
|10||Tea In The Sahara|
|11||O My God|
|12||De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da|
|13||Every Breath You Take|
|14||Can't Stand Losing You|
|15||Spirits In The Material World|
|Synchronicity Concert Multi Angle Tracks:|
|21||Don't Stand So Close To Me|
|22||Synchronicity Concert Trailer|
|23||Interview In Melbourne, Australia 1984|
- Design [Dvd Packaging] – Mark Debnam
- Executive Producer – Max Hole, Olivier Robert-Murphy
- Executive Producer [Original Programme] – Derek Power , Kim Turner, Miles Copeland
- Film Director – Godley & Crème*
- Film Producer [Dvd] – Ian Brenchley, Michelle Noble
- Mastered By [Dvd Authoring] – Guy Goodger, Jane Murch
- Reissue Producer [Project Consultant], Photography – Craig Betts
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: AR509819/490985789-1099
- Label Code: LC 01846
- Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM
|089 826-3||The Police||Synchronicity Concert (VHS, SECAM)||Polygram Music Video, A&M Video, I.R.S. Records||089 826-3||France||1984|
|SM048-3235||The Police||Synchronicity Concert (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, CLV)||A&M Records||SM048-3235||Japan||1984|
|61002||The Police||Synchronicity Concert (VHS, Comp, NTSC, Dol)||A&M Video, I.R.S. Video||61002||Canada||1984|
|B0005530-09||The Police||Synchronicity Concert (DVD-V, NTSC)||Universal Music DVD Video, A&M Records||B0005530-09||US||2005|
|06024 983 65786||The Police||Synchronicity Concert (DVD, RE, Sli)||Universal Music DVD Video||06024 983 65786||Belgium||2005|
Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by the Police, released in the United Kingdom on 17 June 1983. The band's most successful release, the album includes the hit singles "Every Breath You Take", "King of Pain", "Wrapped Around Your Finger", and "Synchronicity II". The album's title and much of the material for the songs were inspired by Arthur Koestler's The Roots of Coincidence
Synchronicity Concert (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, CLV). Synchronicity Concert (VHS, PAL). A&M Sound Pictures, RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video, .
Tracklist: 1. Synchronicity I, 2. Walking In Your Footsteps, 3. O My God, 4. Mother, 5. Miss Gradenko, 6. Synchronicity II, 7. Every Breath You Take, 8. King Of Pain, 9. Wrapped Around Your Finger, 10. Tea In The Sahara. 1. Synchronicity I. 2. Walking In Your Footsteps. 6. Synchronicity II. 7. Every Breath You Take. 9. Wrapped Around Your Finger. 10. More albums from The Police
Not only is 'Synchronicity' The Police's best album, but it is probably one of the most socially relevant records in recent years. In his lyrics, Sting has abandoned the typical ephemeral subjects that pervade rock music, and quite ably tackled such institutions as marriage and religion. It is not a happy album. The familiar Jamaican rhythms are still prevalent and Stewart Copeland provides varying drum beats that could get cats dancing, but it's all to no avail. Synchronicity' doesn't take the headlong rush into electronics implied by the title, but it does show The Police playing around even more than usual with guitar synthesisers and other effects. The opening title track, a high, tinkling piece that sounds as if it is being played at the wrong speed, is one of the less happy examples.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Police, The - Synchronicity Concert. Photo of Police, The - Synchronicity Concert. More albums of Police, The: Live! MM-14. This album was released on the label A&M Records (catalog number SM048-3235). This album was released in 1984 year.
With the exception of "Synchronicity II," which sounds disarmingly like a crappy Billy Idol song, every one of those singles is a classic. Every Breath You Take" has a seductive, rolling beat masking its maliciousness, "King of Pain" and "Wrapped Around Your Finger" are devilishly infectious new wave singles, and "Tea in the Sahara" is hypnotic in its measured, melancholy choruses.
1983’s Synchronicity catapulted The Police into the arenas of the world on the strength of amazing singles like Every Breath You Take and King of Pain. The making of the album was a rough process, with drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers playing session musicians to main songwriter Sting’s compositions, and the turmoil caused by this change in band dynamics would ultimately cause them to go on an indefinite hiatus after touring for the album. Synchronicity Q&A. In fact, they were trying to convince me that I was completely useles. his whole album was recorded in an unbelievably bad atmosphere. We hated each others guts, and we had no respect for each other. Actually, I did, but I just felt like a piece of shit.
The Police Synchronicity Concert - 1984 V is rated/received certificates of: USA:G. Every Breath You Take" is a song written by Sting and originally performed by the music group The Police. It was a huge hit from there 1983 album Synchronicity. Sting, also known as Gordon Sumner. Melanie Safka Performed this song originally.
Every Breath You Take, The Police 1983 Synchronicity - 04 - Mother. The Police 1983 – Synchronicity Full album. The Police – Synchronicity II. 4:07. 084 - The Police – Every Breath You Take. The Police – Walking In Your Footsteps (Synchronicit. :32. The Police – 11 Murder By Numbers Synchronicity 1983. The Police – Miss Gradenko (Synchronicity, 1983). The Police – 09 Wrapped Around Your Finger Synchronicit. :34. The Police Every Breath You Take – Every Breath You Take. The Police - Synchronicity (1983) – Miss Gradenko. Sting & The Police – Wrapped Around Your Finger.
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