With lyrics bursting with poetic construction, delivery that makes the listener almost able to vividly picture Lindsey singing every note, and emotion matching the very message of every song. Lindsey has produced a masterpiece that can earn a five star rating among music critics, professionals and peers. From the east to the west, anyone who has an ear for music cannot dispute the mastery and artistry on display here – even an infant might smile and stop crying when “and the bass is queen” plays.
There is a noticeable persistence of live instrumentation through out the record, which of course was intentional, in fact this very component is what gives the album its unique sound and a refined end product which in turn successfully showcases Lindsey’s vocal ability while blending voice and instrumentation into a holistic piece. The acoustic guitar solos (which I guess is Lindsey’s favourite instrument of choice) takes center stage almost throughout all the cuts on the album, also making it ironic that “the bass” was rather referenced in the album title. The title itself sets the tone and hints how to approach and listen to the album - and the bass is queen, what does it mean? What kind of songs are in it? Are questions the title might incites.
I must confess, I had chills while listening to this album, the lyrics are so pure, so truthful, so sincere, and so emotional, how Li ... Read Full Review