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Shannan H. (gwenyvarr) from KATHLEEN, GA
Reviewed on 3/25/2008...
The front insert has been autographed by the band. I saw them when they came for a summer concert to my hometown.
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"What a ride it has been for Ricochet!
Randee McCaghren | Dallas,TX | 05/30/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ricochet came out in 1996 with their debut album called "RICOCHET"! This CD contains 10 outstanding songs! And here is a list of the songs: 1.)Daddy's Money 2.)What do I know 3.)I can't Dance 4.)Love is Stronger than Pride 5.)Ease my Troubled Mind 6.)A Little Bit of Love 7.)From Good to Bad to Worse to Gone 8.)The Truth is I Lied 9.)I Wasn't Ready for You 10.)Rowdy These 6 guys have GREAT harmony! and they put on one heck of a show! Belive me ! You WILL LOVE them from the first note of Daddy's Money! Since then they have two more CD's out on the shelves of stores near you! They're called (1997)"Blink of an Eye, and (2000) "What you leave behind" These are two other CD's you should go out and buy! You'll be GLAD you did! Trust Me!"
Great debut from rocking country group
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 05/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Once upon a time, country music was almost exclusively the preserve of the solo singer but by the nineties there were a lot of groups, some of which only had fleeting success. Ricochet started brightly with this excellent album but two subsequent albums failed to consolidate their success. In May 2004 they released a live album on an independent label. The first five of the ten songs here are included on that live album, but here you get the original versions.For this album at least, the group comprised Heath Wright (lead vocals, lead guitars, fiddle), Eddie Kilgallon (keyboards, vocals, acoustic guitar, sax), Jr. Bryant (fiddle, vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar), Jeff Bryant (drums, vocals), Teddy Carr (dobro, lap steel) and Greg Cook (bass, vocals).Daddy's money, a great rocking song about a woman who has everything, opens the album and is the best track here. Although nothing else quite matches it, there are some other fine rockers and some great ballads too. The overall feel of the album is upbeat.If you like country groups such as Exile, Sawyer Brown and Diamond Rio, you might give this album a listen."