Sting and Gil Evans: Strange Fruit Trailer

Sting and Gil Evans: Strange Fruit Trailer (1987)

01 January 1987

In this 1987 film from Italy's Perugia Jazz Festival, Sting joins jazz keyboardist Gil Evans for a once-in-a-lifetime performance. The concert blends both artists' distinctive styles into a fusion that brings new shades to each song. Tracks include "Up from the Skies," "There Comes a Time," "Strange Fruit," "Walking on the Moon," "Synchronicity," "Message in a Bottle," "Consider Me Gone," "Roxanne" and "Murder by Numbers."

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