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Hildegard M. Troncoso Says, in 2-3-2010 at 19:47:19 from     

WELL I DONT HAVE MUCH TO SAY ABOUT THIS DVD EVERYTHING STING DOES IS MAGIC IS INCREDIBLE I REMEMBER WHEN HE DECIDE TO GO SOLO I HAD THIS HUNCH THAT I WAS NOT GOING TO BE DISSAPOINTING SINCE HE WAS THE POLICE LEADER AND WRITER.HE IS LIKE THE KING MIDAS ALL HIS ALBUMS ,SONGS,SINGLES,DVD’S ETC… TURN TO GOLD

IN THIS DVD YOU FIND THIS FINE MUSICIAN’S AND LOCATION LIKE IN ALL HIS DVD’S .BRING ON THE NIGHT IS THE BEGGINING OF HIS SOLO PROJECTS YOU NOTICE HIS SKILLS AS A MUSICIAN AND HIS PURSUIT OF PERFECTION ON HIS RECORDS AND PRODUCTIONS ALSO YOU CAN SEE THE INTERVIEW OF BRANFORD MARSALIS DARRYL JONES OMAR HAKIM AND THE LATE KENNY KIRKLAND WHO WAS ONE OF STING PIANIST/KEYBOARDIST AND FRECUENTLY COLLABORATOR I RECOMMEND THIS DVD TO ANYONE .

L.VILLANUEVA
Rating: 5 / 5

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R. C. Kopf Says, in 2-3-2010 at 21:19:11 from     

a solid addition to the rockumentary genre. this captures sting as make his foray into solo work with his first solo album and a band of jazz superstars.

looking back it is obvious that sting was meant to have a solo career (and arguably he was solo with the police). at the time of this movie, it was not so obvious and the suspense around how he will fare is interesting. the music is super, the behind the scenes look is interesting and his band of jazz luminaries adds richness.
Rating: 4 / 5

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Leo A. Dubois Says, in 2-3-2010 at 22:45:32 from     

I first heard the cut “Bring on the Night” on youtube.com and loved it. So I browsed over to Amazon and bought the DVD. Yes. The DVD was produced way back when but it still holds up today as a classic performance. It is a very enjoyable journey that brings together a band exploding with professional talent and how they evolved into a seamless ensemble of rock and jazz. I feel that you can enjoy this work over and over on any Sunday afternoon and find it a worthy buy.

Rating: 5 / 5

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Gordon Adams Says, in 2-4-2010 at 01:36:26 from     

This film is an interesting mix of interview, rehearsal, and finally performance, of Sting’s first solo effort after the Police. The sound and picture of the Blu-ray disk are outstanding; I knock off one star only because I didn’t find the film quite as compelling as, say, Roy Orbison’s Black and White Night.
Rating: 4 / 5

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C. Fuehr Says, in 2-4-2010 at 03:38:46 from     

Let’s face it. If you buy this DVD you are interested in Sting. You get alot more but as other reviewers have said it is not a full concert video nor a full flavor of the transformation of the songs. But you will get a very interesting look at Sting as he left the Police and went out on his own. Every Sting fan should see this.
Rating: 5 / 5

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