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Sea

Sea

Artist: Corinne Rae Bailey

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1. Are You Here
2. I'd Do It All Again
3. Feels Like the First Time
4. Blackest Lily, The
5. Closer
6. Love's on Its Way
7. I Would Like to Call It Beauty
8. Paris Nights/New York Mornings
9. Paper Dolls
10. Diving for Hearts
11. Sea, The

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Capitol
Rel. Date: 01/26/2010
UPC: 5099960937827

More Info:

Corinne Bailey Rae's new album, 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. Bringing 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 album's dark corners.

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