The Sting Interview

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Post 20 Nov 2021

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Post 20 Nov 2021

Sting is an interesting man, and his answers, to what I watched of this were very engaging. I couldn't watch much though, because of the uncomfortably gushing fanboying Rick's doing throughout. I can't blame him, but it's just hard for me to watch.
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Post 20 Nov 2021

Rick is fine in this Sting looks like a teapot but I get what u mean , but not everyone likes a key change
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Post 20 Nov 2021

Sting's process is liberating.

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Post 20 Nov 2021

Watched this. Very good. Don't think Sting understood half of the technical things about chords etc that Rick was going on about but many great songwriters just write what comes naturally and don't always know the specific chords, this came across in this and that was a tad uncomfortable to watch, a bit nerdy lol!
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