Aggressive Corinne

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Tuesday 7th July 2009

Corinne Bailey Rae set to release second album in November

THE NEW album by Corinne Bailey Rae is set to be released in November. This follows a lengthy sabbatical by the singer after the tragic death of her husband Jason from a drugs overdose in March 2008. Recently Corinne won a Grammy for co-composing the song "Stay With Me (By The Sea)" sung by Al Green. Corinne is working in studios in Leeds and Manchester with producer Steve Brown. Guesting on the project are organist/bassist James Poyser, who she met while working on Al Green's 'Lay It Down' album, and The Roots' drummer ?uestlove. Corinne told Mojo magazine, "The new songs are heavier in sound and subject. 'Aggressive' is the word I come back to." CR

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Posted by B in california @ 00:46 on Aug 15 2009

this album should be HEAVY,please suppurt her taio cruz and i will be ont the album, check it out. the date has been pushed back to decmember

Posted by P. Thrillington in Rye, UK @ 00:13 on Jul 20 2009

We miss your sweet velvety voice! Really looking forward to your next CD!

Posted by Helen in AZ @ 21:58 on Jul 19 2009

This is the BeSt news EveR!!!! Corinne is Back!!!!!
It will be a grand moment to hear her lovely voice! Surely it will be healing for those of us waiting to hear what she has to sing....

Posted by Tara in Las Vegas @ 15:33 on Jul 9 2009

OMG! So excited! She cannot go wrong with Questlove at the helms!( Quest was the main guy in charge of Al Green's album, btw). So glad she came back. Hope the music is helping to mend her spirit. We've missed you Corinne!

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