Corinne Bailey Rae - The Sea
Out 26/1/10 - pre-order now.
The Sea was co-produced by Bailey Rae with Steve Brown,
and Steve Chrisanthou, who produced many of the songs on her debut
album, which has sold four million copies worldwide.
together a new band of musicians, Bailey Rae recorded the album mainly
in Leeds and Manchester, England. Her voice, always an expressive and
soulful instrument, resonates with a poignant and newfound depth on The
Sea. Loss and grief are recurring themes yet a sense of beauty and
wonder ultimately radiates from the albumís dark corners.
is something miraculous that pushes you along, makes you keep going,
makes you carry on. Itís really about the mystery of that. In fact, the
whole album is about that in a way; itís about loss but itís also about
hope, about keeping going and trying to find that beauty,Ē Bailey Rae
told the U.K.ís Observer Music Monthly, which hailed The Sea as ďan
extraordinarily intimate and impassioned albumĒ in its recent cover
story on her, which can be found at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/oct/04/corinne-bailey-rae-interview