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Soweto String Quartet — Saint Agnes and the Burning Train
Album: Zebra Crossing
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Released: 1994
Length: 2:41
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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Great song I have also heard on a Sting Album! 
Soweto String Sting Quartet :)
Thoughtful.  Very nice.
well now, this is quite a nice surprise
I'll start it out with an 8 
Zebra Crossing is an intriguing cd which ferried me on a lengthy back track truck ride from Sossuvlei to Swakopmund. Just the ticket. 
I'd prefer the original version... :-/
Wow......how nice!
 Alexandra wrote:
Love this composition! Original OR cover....

 
Cover of Stings tune off of The Soul Cages cd
 smackiepipe wrote:
Soundtrack to "Miriam makes some Matzo Balls."
 
God, what wit.
Great track. Horribly wrong DMB cover image.
Soundtrack to "Miriam makes some Matzo Balls."
I really like this version. 
Very nice cover and arrangement, I had not heard this cover until Bill played it on RP.  Keep up the great work Bill!
Love this composition! Original OR cover....
 gatorade wrote:
Love this. Trying to find it to upload, but no luck. Any one out there know where I can get it?
 
Assuming you mean download?  Try beemp3, they have 3 versions (one by sting ?)....maybe you will get lucky.

Love this. Trying to find it to upload, but no luck. Any one out there know where I can get it?
 4merdj wrote:


I asked myself the same question, after having identified the track as one from Sting's CD "The Soul Cages"—as mentioned on another posting. This is what I found after a little search:
"Saint Agnes and the Burning Train composed by Sting originally as a guitar piece from his album Soul Cages ..."

Source:

https://www.infinitevoice.net/Desription.html

Salud! {#Cheers}
 
I have the album soul cages, so i had to know it , but people getting old like me....

 CoYoT51 wrote:
I thought this was from Sting.
Who did write it, then?

 

I asked myself the same question, after having identified the track as one from Sting's CD "The Soul Cages"—as mentioned on another posting. This is what I found after a little search:
"Saint Agnes and the Burning Train composed by Sting originally as a guitar piece from his album Soul Cages ..."

Source:

https://www.infinitevoice.net/Desription.html

Salud! {#Cheers}
Of course, you might remember this from Sting's CD "The Soul Cages"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8YWhZGhTEg
I thought this was from Sting.
Who did write it, then?

First comment!  Interesting start..and title