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Can’t Stand Losing You, reviewed: Police doc has sting

Rating: 3 stars

As former Police guitarist Andy Summers recalls it, the band split apart in the mid-1980s amid rampant drug use, marital breakups, bad feelings and big egos. 213 more words

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O SOM DE SEXTA - MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE (THE POLICE)

O som do dia 17 de Abril de 2015 fica por conta do The Police. A banda londrina formada por Sting (vocal e baixo), Andy Summers (Guitarra) e Stewart Copeland (Bateria) está fora da ativa desde o ano de 2008, mas ainda assim é considerada uma das mais importantes e expressivas no mundo da música. 227 more words

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Andy Summers Opens Up About The 'Dark Side' Of Fame In New Documentary 'Surviving The Police'

Guitarist Andy Summers of The Police called in to The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show to talk about his new documentary Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police… 605 more words

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Cool Lil Numbers...The Police/ So Lonely

Outlandos d’ Amour was the name of the debut album by The  Police and So Lonely was the second track on the album. My first time I had ever heard of The Police was back when Zenyatta Mondetta was everywhere(1980)and The De Do Do Do De Da Da Da was everywhere and for me it was all about Metal at the time but I was in a old store  here in Tbay called Eatons(a once national chain kinda like Sears etc ) and they had a record section and I wandered over to the new releases and there was Zenyatta Mondetta and once I flipped to the back cover and seen drummer Stewart Copeland sitting behind his drums with tape on his drum heads spelling “Fuck Off” I was in! 331 more words

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Andy Summers on new documentary, feelings for Sting

NEW YORK — Police guitarist Andy Summers loves Sting like a brother, but that doesn’t mean he sugarcoats his feelings about his former bandmate in the new documentary, … 733 more words

Entertainment

Andy Summers : "I Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police"

This Rock Doc film is a most insightful story based on Andy Summers’ book “One Train Later.”

Mr. Summers takes us on his amazing journey from the early days of The Police and their debut at New York’s CBGB’s club to their final reunion tour in 2008 at Madison Square Garden. 261 more words

NYC Art Shows

The Police Play "I Burn For You"

Listen to this track by soundtracking blonde-headed trio The Police. It’s “I Burn For You”, a song as taken from the 1982 film soundtrack Brimstone & Treacle… 1,141 more words

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