Leigh Nash

Album Title: Blue on Blue
Release Date: August 15, 2006
Rating:
Genre: Alt Rock
Leigh Nash can stand on her own two feet, there need be no mention of her fame with Six Pence None the Richer. The opening track, "Along the Wall" slides into the room and reads your heart, Nash's lyrics are prophetic and she looks deeper, albeit on a poetic landscape, with the listener, but is much appreciated for her mellow, smoothing tones.

The great thing about Blue on Blue is that you can't listen to one song and think you know the whole album, true the vocal variation stays mellow and sweet, but the instrumentation dives and varies with subtlety, such as on "Nervous in the Light of Dawn" with Michel Dubeau playing the Duduk. Other varying instruments include the clarinet on "Just a Little" and the glockenspiel on "My Idea of Heaven".

Leigh Nash's Blue on Blue works on so many levels, on a mellow day or rainy day, but it is also bright and full of happiness. Nash has a solid album whose vocals and collaborations have made the melody not easily forgotten.

For more information please visit www.leighnash.com.

Writer: Lindsay Whitfield


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