Within the first three tracks of her debut album “Twenty Ten”, Lexie Green has shown her immense musical range, from Rock to Blues and even a Country-esque feel and sound. The first track “Leave Me Sleep” is sure to be a future crowd participation favourite, with a chorus which carries you along in an enjoyable groove for the remainder of the 11 track album. With a country feel to tack two’s “Just Drive” and the obvious Blues style in “Heartbreak Blues”, and the first-time listener is eagerly waiting to hear what style the next track will produce. The album continues in a Rockier feel in “Fast Cars and Big Guitars” while the Blues is on track again with “Fools Blues” while the foot is tapping consistently to “Mistaken” before a resounding finale with “Everythings Alright”. All the tracks are Lexie’s own compositions, and while lesser talented singers would be overshadowed and lost by the lead guitarist Danny Moore’s outstanding contributions, Lexie has the class and professionalism to remain focused and keep the album flowing consistently. Despite the variation of styles, the quality never diminishes, and her flair and enthusiasm shines throughout, producing a very enjoyable first album, roll on album number two.
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