One World (Not Three) - The Police - Ghost In The Machine (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Police's fourth album, Ghost in the Machine, co-produced by Hugh Padgham, was recorded at Air Studios on the Caribbean island of Montserrat, with the exception of "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" which was recorded at Le Studio at Morin Heights, Quebec, Canada, and released in It featured thicker sounds, layered saxophones, and.
  2. The Police needed a rest, took it and 'Ghost In The Machine' is the result, a tougher record than ever before, songs frequently pared to one unrelenting riff, early reggae flavours retained, but tainted by an extra touch of funk, an additional dollop of rock'n'roll.
  3. The Police bring a heavy ska influence to Ghost in the Machine. The use of horns, especially saxophones, adds upper register melodies to the reggae grooves that the band lays down. This is prevalent on the middle five songs of the album, from “Hungry For You” down through “One World (Not Three).”.
  4. Sep 08,  · Ghost In The Machine was recorded and mixed at AIR Studios on Montserrat - between and I Burn For You was recorded during these sessions but left off the album. Jean Roussel 's keyboards for Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic were recorded for Sting 's demo at Le Studio in January
  5. Even 'One World (Not Three)', a sort of reggae march that's the closest the LP comes to an anthem, is a kind of trial: by attacking the concept of such categorisations as the Third World, the tune turns inwards to interrogate the Police themselves, implicitly questioning the attitudes involved in their rock-around-the-world crusades.
  6. Ghost in the Machine, an Album by The Police. Released 2 October on A&M (catalog no. AMLK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Sting (lead vocals), Andy Summers (guitar, backing vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), The Police (producer), Hugh Padgham (producer), Ted Jensen (mastering), Jeff Ayeroff (art direction), Mick Haggerty (art direction, art, design).
  7. Ghost in the Machine, released in October , is the fourth studio album by The Police and the first to feature a title in English, which was of course provided by Arthur Koestler's The Ghost in the Machine, the book that inspired much of the material.
  8. For their fourth album, 's Ghost in the Machine, the Police had streamlined their sound to focus more on their pop side and less on their trademark reggae-rock. Their jazz influence had become more prominent, as evidenced by the appearance of saxophones on several tracks.

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