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The digital expanded edition of Sting’s fourth solo album, Ten Summoner’s Tales was released to mark its 30th anniversary.
The album was recorded at the Elizabethan country property Lake House in Wiltshire, England. Sting himself played bass, double bass, harmonica, and saxophone, created the arrangements and sang all of the album’s lead vocals.
The album was first released on March 1, 1993, produced by Sting with his longtime collaborator Hugh Padgham, included many of Sting’s best-loved songs, including such hit singles as “It’s Probably Me”, “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You”, “Fields of Gold” and “Shape of My Heart”. Its title was a lighthearted combination of Sting’s given surname, Sumner, and the summoner, a character in Geoffrey Chaucer’s 15th-century literary staple The Canterbury Tales.
Ten Summoner’s Tales is now available digitally in a 27-track edition featuring the original 12-song record and 15 bonus tracks.
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