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Ten Summoner's Tales is the fourth solo studio album by the rock musician Sting. The title is a combined pun of his given name, Gordon Sumner, and a character in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, the summoner. Released in 1993, it explores themes of love and morality in a noticeably upbeat mood compared to his previous release, the introspective The Soul Cages.

This album contained two U.S. hits; "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You" reached #17 on… read more



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  • Avatar for SamGamgee_
    I love this album so much, it introduced me to Sting when I was a kid <3
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 8/10
  • Avatar for mordwyr
    Old favorite revisited!
  • Avatar for aquaticdeath
    My parents used to play this album constantly on our sunday drives; brings back a lot of memories.
  • Avatar for CuntyWunty
    Got a lot of love for this one
  • Avatar for Snooz
    This album was the portal for me into more "grown up's music". I actually struggled liking it at about 14yo, when it suddenly grew on me and the song I hated the most "St. Augustine in hell" is my favourite on the album. It also opened my ears to complex time signatures through my older brother introducing the various songs to me. "Listen to Vinnie Colaiuta and his details", this guy played with Frank Zappa. 10 years + I'm into prog, but also Jazz.
  • Avatar for LarkCGN
    Maybe his best album but far from one of the best albums of the 90s
  • Avatar for marcoslhc
    This and The soul cages are the best albums recorded in the 90's. Love the whole-wide-world-jazz sound in them
  • Avatar for noiresque
    The only solo Sting album I own.
  • Avatar for carola-kornelia
    I love this song, sting touch me with his music!

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