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Blake Shelton
5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

From the first to the last song Texoma Shore is a great listen. Starting with the first track, I’ll Name the dogs which is an awesome happy country song with great melodies and harmonies. The lyric makes this a fun song and Blake is really coming into his own style of country vocals. The second track is At The House is a perfect party at the house song. This upbeat tempo song is an excellent mix with Blake’s vocal tracks and the melodies and harmonies that seem to flow. This song is for the nights you don’t want to go out. The third track Beside You Babe is a great song to play with your wife or girlfriend and maybe a little slow dancing evening. The lead tracks are a great accent to the melodies of the song, and again Blake’s vocal tracks have a nice full sound. The fourth track Why Me is a great tribute song to anyone woman that gave you her heart. This seems like a mix of the old and new country that is a fresh and familiar sound, Great song. The Fifth song Money is again another tribute to remarkable women everywhere who are taken for granted. This upbeat tempo is excellent for the melody of the song. Should be a radio hit in my opinion. The sixth song Turnin Me on is a sweet slower song that I can only imagine would be a great dancing song. The lyrics are the mood setting part of this beautiful song. The seventh song is The Wave which is a great story song of overcoming heartache and finding new love. The lyrics again are an impressive part of this great tune. The eighth song Got the T-Shirt was an exciting goodbye song but try life is better than fiction. An updated version of the girl is leaving the song. The ninth song Hangover Due is a nice mellow tune about a personal party that we could all understand. The old style country sound is an excellent edition of this song. The tenth song When The Wine Wears Off the melodies and harmonies are as sweet as a glass of cold ice tea. This song is another one that would be nice to dance with your particular person. And the eleventh an final song I lived It is one of the best tracks on the album it is the original story song that people can relate to. A very classy style to the melodies and harmonies in this tune and the lyrics bring it home. I could see this song on the radio because we all lived it in our own different ways. It was a nice change a pace throughout the album and as I mentioned before it’s a good listen from the first to the last song. It was a pleasure taking time out of my evening to write a review for such a great album.
I look forward to what Blake has come out next.


Lee Robertz


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