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★   Corinne Bailey Rae
★★★★ The Heart Speaks In Whispers (Deluxe, May 13, 2016) ★★★★

Corinne Bailey Rae — The Heart Speaks In Whispers (Deluxe, May 13, 2016)

  Corinne Bailey Rae — The Heart Speaks In Whispers (Deluxe)
–♦–  Soul–rooted singer, songwriter, and guitarist with multiple Top Ten U.K. and U.S. albums.    © Photo credit: Louise Samuelsen / CORINNE WEARS COAT and DRESS both Red Valentino RING, Joomi Lim
Location: Leeds, England, UK
Birth name: Corinne Jacqueline Bailey
Born: 26 February 1979, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Genres: Soul R&B jazz
Notable instruments: Gibson Hummingbird
Released: 13 May 2016
Recorded: 2015–2016
Duration:     75:32
01. “The Skies Will Break”     4:53
02. “Hey, I Won't Break Your Heart”     4:48
03. “Been to the Moon”     4:04
04. “Tell Me”     4:08
05. “Stop Where You Are”     4:10
06. “Green Aphrodisiac”     5:51
07. “Horse Print Dress”     4:03
08. “Do You Ever Think of Me?”     5:26
09. “Caramel”     5:15
10. “Taken by Dreams”     3:55
11. “Walk On”     4:26
12. “Night”     4:32
Total length: 55:31
The Heart Speaks in Whispers — Deluxe edition
13. “In the Dark”     4:49
14. “Ice Cream Colours”     3:15
15. “High”     5:46
16. “Push On for the Dawn”     6:11
Total length: 1:15:32Credits:
–♦–  Glyn Aikins A&R
–♦–  Alex Al Bass
–♦–  Ben Barker Guitar (Electric)
–♦–  Sam Bell African Drums, Congas, Percussion
–♦–  Nia Bevan Leader, Strings
–♦–  Kyle Bolden Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Electric Hollow Body)
–♦–  Ian Bone Strings
–♦–  Steve Brown Additional Production, African Piano, Bass, Bass Programming, Clavinet, Composer, Drum Programming, Drums, Dulcitone, Engineer, Fender Rhodes, Guitar (Baritone), Harp, Keyboards, Mixing, Moog Bass, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Producer, String Arrangements, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Bass, Synthesizer Strings, Triangle, Vocal Arrangement, Vocals (Background), Wind Chimes, Wurlitzer
–♦–  Damion Browne Cello
–♦–  Nick Byrne Cello
–♦–  Steve Chrisanthou Assistant Engineer, Composer, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric), Producer
–♦–  Ben Cottrell String Engineer
–♦–  Alex Cowper Design
–♦–  David Coyle String Engineer
–♦–  Jane Coyle Viola
–♦–  Chris Dawkins Guitar (Electric), Wah Wah Guitar
–♦–  John Ellis Piano
–♦–  Tom Elmhirst Mixing
–♦–  Ron Fair A&R
–♦–  Luke Flowers Drums
–♦–  James Gadson Drums, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Rachael Gladwin Harp, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Chandler Harrod Assistant Engineer
–♦–  John Hill Assistant Engineer, Composer, Drum Programming, Effects, Producer
–♦–  Simon Howes Violin
–♦–  Jennifer Laura Hoy Vibraphone
–♦–  Patrick Illingworth Drums
–♦–  Paul Jackson, Jr. Guitar (Electric)
–♦–  Carol Jarvis Assistant Orchestra Engineer
–♦–  Kenny Higgins Bass, Guitar (Electric)
–♦–  Cheryl Law Viola
–♦–  Bob Ludwig Mastering
–♦–  Curtis Mayfield Composer
–♦–  John McCallum Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Space Belt, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Barkley McKay Assistant Engineer
–♦–  Marcus Miller Drums
–♦–  Peter Mokran Engineer
–♦–  Gary Novak Drums
–♦–  Pino Palladino Bass
–♦–  Ladonna Harley Peters Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Melanie Purves Orchestra
–♦–  Corinne Bailey Rae Clapping, Composer, Drum Programming, Drums, Glockenspiel, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar Effects, Handclapping, Marxophone, Omnichord, Percussion, Piano, Producer, Pump Organ, Tambourine, Vocal Arrangement, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Atholl Ransome Flute, Sax (Tenor)
–♦–  Eryl Roberts Timpani
–♦–  Glesni Roberts Strings
–♦–  Lara Rose Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Andrew Ross Flute, Piccolo
–♦–  Royal Northern College of Music Orchestra Strings
–♦–  Matthew Rumbold A&R
–♦–  Naomi Rump Strings
–♦–  David Schlechtriemen Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Isaiah Sharkey Guitar (Electric)
–♦–  Valerie Simpson Composer
–♦–  Esperanza Spalding Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Malcolm Strachan Flugelhorn, Trumpet
–♦–  Amber Strother Composer, Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Paris Strother Additional Production, Assistant Engineer, Composer, Drum Programming, Fender Rhodes, Finger Snaps, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Synthesizer, Vocal Arrangement
–♦–  Moses Sumney Choir/Chorus
–♦–  Dewi Tudor–Jones Strings
–♦–  Earl Tutu Guitar (Electric), Wah Wah Guitar
–♦–  Alexandra Valenti Photography
–♦–  Myke Wilson Drums
–♦–  Karlene Wray Vocals (Background)
–♦–  Semay Wu Cello
–♦–  Corinne Bailey Rae (2006)
–♦–  The Sea (2010)
–♦–  The Heart Speaks in Whispers (2016)
AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman;  Score: ****
–♦–  The gap between The Sea and The Heart Speaks in Whispers, Corinne Bailey Rae’s second and third albums, was over six years in duration. During the wait for full–length number three, Bailey Rae released The Love EP, a brief set of covers that featured a Grammy–winning update of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love.” She married Steve Brown, a keyboardist and producer who had been a factor in all of her releases for Capitol. Bailey Rae also shifted from that label to Virgin and worked on new recordings with a handful of old and new collaborators, including Brown and Steve Chrisanthou, as well as Paris and Amber Strother of the emergent King. The Heart Speaks in Whispers naturally doesn’t pack the heavy emotional weight of The Sea, an album issued after the multi–instrumentalist tragically lost her then–partner Jason Rae. It’s all spirited and lively. At their best, the wide–eyed folk–soul moments tend to evoke a contemporized version of fellow Englishwoman Linda Lewis, even on “Do You Ever Think of Me,” assisted by songwriting demigod Valerie Simpson and, through references to “The Makings of You,” Curtis Mayfield. The more electrified and groove–oriented material is bound to elicit parallels drawn to the likes of early Erykah Badu and, well, King. Each one of the Strother collaborations is stimulating, with lyrics and productions that complement one another. “Been to the Moon” swoops and slides, reflecting Bailey Rae’s alternation between delighted and demanding exclamations. Its dazzling electro–soul gives way to a trumpet, saxophone, and flute coda that works far better than it should. “Horse Print Dress,” more like purple paisley, is ecstatic, private, joyful synth–funk, while the dazed “Green Aphrodisiac” drifts along on a sinewy, unmistakable Marcus Miller bassline. Multiple allusions to working past bitterness and metaphorical storms help cast the album in a rejuvenating light. Despite all the likenesses that can be heard, it all comes out fresh, pieced together and transmitted in a way that no one but Bailey Rae — a remarkable and flexible artist with some very real life experiences — can approximate. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corinnebaileyrae

★★★★   Corinne Bailey Rae ★★★★
★★★★★ The Heart Speaks In Whispers (Deluxe, May 13, 2016) ★★★★★



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