Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Country, Pop
It'd be unfair to pigeonhole Shedaisy as merely a Dixie Chicks knockoff--especially when the sentiments and sound of The Whole Shebang, this three-sister act's major-label debut, owe almost as much to Deana Carter and Shan... more »
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It'd be unfair to pigeonhole Shedaisy as merely a Dixie Chicks knockoff--especially when the sentiments and sound of The Whole Shebang, this three-sister act's major-label debut, owe almost as much to Deana Carter and Shania Twain. Fans of those artists will enjoy this technically adept disc, while others may remain unimpressed. --Rickey Wright
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"My first reaction to SHeDAISY was like my reaction to most other new country acts. CLICK! Soon thereafter, I would catch myself humming the tune to LITTLE GOODBYES even though I had only heard a small portion of it. Not so long after that, I was flipping past CMT and caught THIS WOMAN NEEDS. Abruptly, my ears became keen. My eyes were opened and I became a fan. I was captivated by Kassidy's amazing lead paired with the vocals of her two older siblings. Kelsi's high harmony touched my heart and Kristyn's alto made me fly. Instantaneously, I was converted. "I hadn't heard a song like this in years," I exclaimed. "Leave it to me, a fan of the 60's and the 70's and U2, to become a country fan." I began to sing their praises trying to get everyone I could to listen to the son. An added bonus to the vocals was that each sister was easy on the eyes. I felt transformed, but I still hadn't bought the album. What was holding me back? It was not until I heard their arrangement of DECK THE HALLS that I succumbed a bought their album. Each song took me on a trip and my only complaint was that there wasn't more, but I'm not worried, I'm just holding out until the next album. SHeDAISY's vocal talent is beyond comparison and if I were to make a guess as to their talent, it would be in relation to another of my favorite bands. Let's see, three siblings, amazing harmonies, the ability to write their own songs, and the emotion they put into their music which adds to the wide rand of the songs. The Brothers Gibb. One of the better differences though is that The Sisters Osborn Kassidy, Kelsi, and Kristyn are much sexier that Barry, Robin, and Muarice. Hopefully, many will agree, and from what I've read, keep agreeing and give SHeDAISY the recognition they truly deserve."
SHeDAISY turns country "Upsy-DAISY"!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My wife was watching GAC (Great American Country) when the video for "Little Goodbyes" came on. The incredible harmonies, which reminded me of Wilson Philips (but with a bit more edge), and Dylanesque harmonica, caught my attention and I was glued. Caught the video again and I had to hear more. Best way to do that? Pick up the CD. This group is incredible... sort of the Beatles meet Wilson Philips meet the Bangles meet Dixie Chicks meet Shania. This album is incredible! From the outrageously witty hit "Little Goodbyes" and "Lucky 4 You" to the beautiful ballads ("This Woman Needs", "Holding out for You", and "Without Your Love"), and everthing in between, "The Whole SHeBANG" is one of the best country/pop albums I've heard in a long time. There are definitely country roots to the material but every song is just filled with pop hooks galore... each time I listen I hear something new. I will be amazed if this group doesn't capture the CMA and ACM awards this year for best new artist.And as for my comparisons to those other artists, don't think for a minute that SHeDAISY is in any way derivitive. They are striking in their originality."
Vincent E. Veselosky | Atlanta GA | 12/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Best all-girl three-part harmony since the Andrews Sisters, but with a modern country sensibility. Well written, well produced. Can't say enough good things."