…All This Time is a live album by Sting.
It was recorded at Sting’s own Villa Il Palagio in Italy on 11 September 2001. This was the day of the terrorist attack on the Trade Center Towers in New York. The album is dedicated to the people who lost their lives on that day. It was released in November 2001.
Sting All This Time
Bring On The Night is the first live album by former main-man of The Police, Sting. It was recorded in Paris, Rome and Arnhem between May and December 1985. Bring On The Night is also the name of a documentary about the early solo years of Sting which included the Paris concert.
Effectively he’s now the leader of a crack jazz rock group with saxophonist Branford Marsalis, keyboard player Kenny Kirkland (who has often played with Branford and Wynton Marsalis), bassist Darryl Jones (ex Miles Davis and he later went on to play with The Rolling Stones after Bill Wyman left) and drummer Omar Hakim (ex Weather Report and later Miles Davis).
Review Of Sting Bring On The Night
The first live album by The Police called Live! featured two concerts, one from 1979 and the other from 1983.
These two concert recordings are so different that I have done separate reviews which show the different track lists and album sources as well as my views.
The Police Live in Boston 1979 – rating 27/30
The Police Live In Atlanta 1983 – rating 20/30