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Moon Over Bourbon Street appears on Sting's 1985 debut solo album ‘The Dream of the Blue Turtles’. The track became the fourth and final track from the album to be released as a single, peaking the #44 position in the UK. Played throughout the 1985/86 tour, a live version of the track recorded in Arnhem can be found on the ‘Bring on The Night’ album. The song made a surprise but welcome reappearance on the ‘Brand New Day’ tour… read more


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  • Avatar for doowniwevets
    "The song has the same melody as Autumn Leaves"—Very similar in some parts. I wouldn't be surprised if he put it in there on purpose.
  • Avatar for cynaNM2
    Who knew he could mangle his own work like this?
  • Avatar for cynaNM2
    Prefer the first version--it always shows when he;s trying too hard
  • Avatar for lilithdelicious
    Brrr... love this song Scary but sensuous, as (some) vampires ;)
  • Avatar for Tom_Pullings
    Aren't we all Vampires to a degree?
  • Avatar for caramordsith
    Vampires here.
  • Avatar for Ksimi
    Kudos to Branford Marsalis
  • Avatar for leswad59
    Because of this song, I always wish they'd had Sting play the part of LeStat in the movie- NOT TOM CRUISE!- Sting would've been perfect-you know already a rock star/charisma/looks/perfect movie theme song and everything .....
  • Avatar for Annieworld
    The song has the same melody as Autumn Leaves
  • Avatar for queenmgu
    to my mind police was a bit more extraodinary

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