Two songs in one. The first is a twangy, steel guitar country fell. Then there's a nice dreamy transition into a gospel-y thing and and then a nice driving run to the end.
This is from Sting's Brand New Day album, which is very good from front to back. There's a couple of clunkers (3,5) but "Desert Rose" and "Brand New Day" (harmonica by Stevie Wonder) are very good and Ghost Story is a very nice swooner. Wanna hear Sting as a street walking hooker? Track 6, "Tomorrow will see" is a treat. Don't take my word for it, here's some of what the amazon.com review says about the album:
There is a difference between being an inspired musician and an informed musician. Sting is the latter. As always, he surrounds himself with ultratalented artists: this time around Stevie Wonder, Branford Marsalis, James Taylor, guitarist Dominic Miller, and the prince of rai Cheb Mami, fill the roster. Brand New Day exhibits about as many musical styles as there are tracks, all encased in dense, meticulous production.