2010 in Review #22 - Corinne Bailey Rae

Twelve months may be a long time in politics but it's a lifetime in pop, which is perhaps why Corinne Bailey Rae's The Sea appears to have fallen off our collective radars. A heartfelt effort built on personal tragedy, perhaps we were made uncomfortable by its emotion (terribly British of us); as a result Rae has spent much of 2010 overseas where her adult take on classic soul has been met with open arms. More fool us.

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