|1||Ghost In The Stand||2:33|
|2||Englishman In New York|
Mixed By – Hugh Padgham
|AM 1200||Sting||Englishman In New York (7", Single)||A&M Records||AM 1200||US||1987|
|75021 2370 2||Sting||Englishman In New York (CD, Maxi)||A&M Records||75021 2370 2||US||1988|
|CC 31001, CDS48||Sting||Englishman In New York (CD, Mini, Gat)||A&M Records, A&M Records||CC 31001, CDS48||US||1988|
|2801 244||Sting||Englishman In New York (12", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||2801 244||Brazil||1987|
|S12Y3025||Sting||Englishman In New York (CD, Mini, Single, Promo)||A&M Records||S12Y3025||Japan||1988|
- Producer – Neil Dorfsman, Sting
- Written-By, Arranged By – Sting
Silver injection labels with solid center.
Side A label: ℗ 1987 A&M Records Inc.
Side B label: ℗ 1988 A&M Records Inc.
On labels: "Made in England"
- Matrix / Runout (side A): AM 431 A // 1∇420 T
- Matrix / Runout (side B): AM 431 B // 3∇420 T
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
Текст песни: I don't drink coffee I take tea my dear I like my toast done on one side And you can hear it in my accent when I talk I'm an Englishman in New video by Sting performing Englishman In New York. C 1987 A&M Records Sting EnglishmaninNewYork Vevo Rock OfficialMusicVideo. Englishman in New York is a song by English artist Sting, from his second studio Like the Sun, released in October 1987. Branford Marsalis played soprano saxophone on the track, while the drums were played by Manu Katché and the percussion by Mino Cinelu. The single was released in February 1988 as the third single from the album, but only reached 51 on the UK Singles Chart. In the US, Englishman in New York peaked at 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in April 1988 and reached. Englishman In New York - Sting. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Englishman In New York', a song about Quentin Crisp, first appeared on the 'Nothing Like The Sun' album in 1987 and was released as a single in February 1988, where it failed to make the top 50. However, in 1990, it was remixed by Ben Liebrand and given a new lease of life when it charted and reached the 17 spot. The track was used as a theme song in an advertisement for Rover cars in the UK, many years before Jaguar got in on the act with 'Desert Rose'. If you want to hear a strange version of the song without lyrics check out the track 'When Dolphins Dance' which appears on the 'Dolphins' soundtrack album. Englishman in New York is a song by Sting, from his 1987 album Englishman in New York is a song by Sting, from his 1987 album Nothing Like the Sun. The Englishman in question is the famous eccentric Quentin Crisp. Sting wrote the song not long after Crisp moved from London to an apartment in New York's Bowery. Crisp had remarked jokingly to the musician that he looked forward to receiving his naturalization papers so that he could commit a crime and not be deported. The song was released as a single in 1988, but only reached 51 on the UK Singles Chart. In the US, Englishman in New Yo read more. by Sting. Album: Nothing Like the Sun 1987. Charted: 51 84. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Crisp moved from London to New York in 1986, and Sting spent several days with the author. This was released as a single in 1988, reaching 51 in the UK. Sting remembered feeling homesick when he first moved to New York and seeking out the English pubs in the city to get a taste of home. I'd go, early on Saturday mornings, to one of these pubs to watch live soccer from England via satellite. Title: Sting: Englishman in New York Video 1988. The video was shot in black-and-white and was directed by David Fincher, and featured scenes of Sting and his band in New York, as well as the elusive Crisp. At the end of the video, after the song fades, an elderly male voice says: If I have an ambition other than a desire to be a chronic invalid, it would be to meet everybody in the world before I die - and I'm not doing badly. I wrote Englishman in New York for a friend of mine who moved from London to New York in his early seventies to a small rented apartment in the Bowery at a time in his life when most people have settled down forever. He once told me over dinner that he looked forward to receiving his naturalization papers so that he could commit a crime and not be deported