The Police: At The Globe 2007. (Crystal Cat Records :: CC 839-41)
Recorded Live at Globe Arena , Stockholm , Sweden - August 30, 2007.
Excellent Audience recording :: Silver CDs :: Lossless FLAC.
02. Message In A Bottle
03. Synchronicity Ii
04. Walking On The Moon
05. Voices Inside My Head
06. When The World Is Running Down
07. Don't Stand So Close To Me
08. Driven To Tears
09. Truth Hits Everybody
10. Hole In My Life , Hit The Road Jack
11. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
12. Wrapped Around Your Finger
01. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
02. Invisible Sun
03. Walking In Your Footsteps
04. Can't Stand Losing You
06. King Of Pain
07. So Lonely
08. Every Breath You Take
09. Next To You
June 22, 1979 Amsterdam (Soundboard)
02. Can't Stand Losing You , Regatta De Blanc
03. Truth Hits Everybody
04. So Lonely
05. Fall Out
06. Born In The 50's
07. Hole In My Life
08. The Bed's To Big Without You
09. Be My Girl, Sally
10. Message In A Bottle
13. Next To You
14. Can't Stand Losing You , Regatta De Blanc
Files: 35.:: Size: 1.17 GB (flac).
Total Time: 02:53:12 hour/s.
Personnel: Sting – lead vocals, bass guitar - Stewart Copeland – drums and percussion; backing vocals - Andy Summers – guitars; backing vocals.
Notes: At The Globe is a must-have for any Police fan. It’s hard to believe that with over 800 discs, Crystal Cat Records has never before brought us a performance by The Police. They report they have no plans to release any further Police shows. Let’s hope they change their minds.
The production value of the CD, liner notes and discs is superb. Excepting a few typos, the visual quality is so high, At The Globe could easily be mistaken for an official release. Overall, the first two discs do a masterful job of representing what the reunion tour has been all about.
The second concert (disc 3) is from an FM broadcast of the band’s June 22, 1979 Amsterdam concert. It seems this is the first time this concert has been released on silver CD, though it was released on professional CDR last year. Coming from the band’s early days, this concert is in stark contrast to the reunion show – a lot more raw and, perhaps, more powerful. The sound quality is quite good and has been expertly produced. (info taken from Collectors Music Reviews).