The Second Single from the Celebrated Singer's Eponymously Titled Debut Album. Rae's First Effort was Voted as the "Sound of 2006", the Most Anticipated Artist Debut Subscribers to the BBC. The Backing Track is "Another Rainy Day", Another Great Slice of the Coming Bailey Rae Legacy which Does Not Appear on the Album.
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4.0 out of 5 starsKeeps Those Records OnJuly 4 2006
By Michael Kerner - Published on Amazon.com
The past few years really haven't brought much in the way of newer artists for the music industry that sound just simply fresh and soulful. What I like about Corrine Bailey Rae is her simplicity and tone with her music. It just feels beautiful and elequent with each tone on her breakout single, Put Your Records On, the second track from her debut album. The song is a delight to listen to. I like this song a whole lot because it isn't overconjured and it just is a great down to Earth song. I just really am expecting much more from this promising voice down the road. She sounds delightful.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 starsDefinitely a MUST BUYJun 25 2006
By Emrold A. Gray - Published on Amazon.com
Corinne Bailey Rae reminds of the first time I heard the names Gabriella Anders and Nora Jones. It's as if I've been waiting for this album for years. Her silky, soulful, innocent voice takes us back to a time when music was expected to be enjoyed. Thank you Lady, for such beautiful music. Where the heck have you been hiding?
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat Soulful SingingSep 18 2006
By G. Larson - Published on Amazon.com
As many haved explained, Ms. Rae has a supremely soulful and raw voice. It's really good stuff (especially if it's snowing and you've got a good book). Notice that reviewer, 'thayes' has rated almost all other CDs with horrible ratings. Mr. thayes seems like someone who missed the talent train and may be a bit bitter. It's pretty great stuff. I'd go for Corinne. If it means anything, she is a popular artist on the Barns and Noble speakers.