I recently made a poignant discovery as I searched for a performance of Sting's "Englishman In New York". The song was originally released in the 1987 album "Nothing Like The Sun" (which I love). I found this fresh and understated version; it is from the live DVD made at his villa in Tuscany Italy. You may remember that this concert was to be webcast live too on September 11, 2001. When the news of the terrorist attack on the U.S. reached them, there was much discussion and deep struggle between Sting and his band as to whether they should cancel or go on. They ultimately decided to continue as planned. They webcast the first song "Fragile" then ended it but continued the intimate live concert - with an altered set list - and what resulted was a richly layered and emotionally charged performance. Below this, I've added the original MTV "Englishman In New York" video from 1987. The discovery came as I intently watched the vintage black and white video. It was filmed in New York and features somewhat obscured streets throughout the city; it almost could have been filmed in any city - that is until we're given numerous glimpses, towards the end of the video, of the shadowy twin towers through a window with a younger, silhouetted Sting.