Corinne bailey rae dating 2016
Corinne Bailey Rae, January 2016 Corinne Bailey Rae has been away.
Geographically, professionally, elementally, personally – the double-Grammy-winning, Mercury-nominated, five-million-albums-selling artist has travelled far, and wide, and deep.
With her fifth single "I'd Like To" coming to the U.
K stores on February, 12, 2007 alongside the re-released edition of her self-titled album, all looks to run rather smooth indeed for Corinne Bailey Rae, especially when taking a peek on what she is set to do next for months ahead.
James Gadson, who's drummed with Bill Withers and Marvin Gaye, and storied bass player Pino Palladino (most recently a member of D'Angelo's band), play on 'Hey, I Won't Break Your Heart', a drifting, skeletal soul testimonial.
The shows delightfully will continue in March with stops in other European countries such as Italy, German, Swiss, and France before she returns to her homeland to greet fans in cities like Manchester, London, and Newcastle starting from date 13.
'The Skies Will Break' opens the album with a mix of piano and pounding beats.
whereas 'Night', one of the first songs she wrote, is the spine-tingling coda to the album.
"I asked her for help to finish a song that was inspired by 'The Makings Of You' by Curtis Mayfield.
A month later I got an email from her, with the subject line 'dibbles and dabbles'.