Today is the 39th anniversary of The Police’s Zenyatta Mondatta album. The title of this album doesn’t really mean anything. Just something that rolls of the tongue. And, yes, this is 364 days before the album I featured yesterday, Ghost in the Machine. I like the original better but I also think the re-recording of it in 1986 was a cool version, too. This is Sting on tour back before 1986, I believe. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Loose talk in the classroom. To hurt they try and try. Strong words in the staffroom, the accusations fly. It’s no use. He sees her. He starts to shake he starts to cough. Just like the old man in that famous book by Nabakov.” – “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” (Sting)