This Cowboy Song


“This Cowboy Song”
1995 A&M Records (UK)
580 957-2

01 This Cowboy Song (Remix)
02 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Edit)
03 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Mix)
04 Demolition Man (Soulpower Edit)

“This Cowboy Song” was penned by Sting for inclusion on his 1994 best of collection, “Fields Of Gold.” The original version is hardly an essential addition to Mr. Sumner’s discography; however, the reggae remix (featuring Pato Banton) on the single release is downright embarrassing. But let’s be honest—the single’s selling point is an epic rework of “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” by Steve Anderson & Dave Seaman.

Posted on April 20, 2016, in Brothers In Rhythm, Sting. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Epic is the true word for this BIR mix! gosh, I miss those kind of mixes!! for the completists here is the limited edition digipack which was released in the UK. It includes a nearly 12 minute long extended remix of “this cowboy song” which is totally different to the other versions. I was never been a fan of the reggae mixes, but I LOVE this jazz vibe mix:

    01 – This Cowboy Song (Remix feat. Pato Banton) 4:01
    02 – This Cowboy Song (Extended Remix) 11:40
    03 – When We Dance (Classic Radio Mix) 5:07
    04 – Take Me To The Sunshine (Non-Album-Track) 3:38

  2. i see no lies, Chris))

    also, gonna send you another epic mix from Brother In Rhythm (i mean, the single that contains radio edit and epic expirience)

  3. Brothers In Rhythm)

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