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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Lyric Street
  • ASIN: B00000IP94
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 126,843 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Little Good-byes
2. I Will...But
3. This Woman Needs
4. Before Me And You
5. Lucky 4 You (TONIGHT I'M JUST ME)
6. Still Holding Out For You
7. Punishment
8. 'Cause I Like It That Way
9. Without Your Love
10. A Night to Remember
11. Dancing With Angels

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  1. Little Good-Byes
  2. I Will ... But
  3. This Woman Needs
  4. Before Me And You
  5. Lucky 4 You (Tonight I'm Just Me)
  6. Still Holding Out For You
  7. Punishment
  8. 'cause I Like It That Way
  9. Without Your Love
  10. A Night To Remember
  11. Dancing With Angels

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Jan. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The hottest group to come out of Nashville for a long time are SHeDAISY. The band consists of Kristyn, Kelsi and Kassidy Osborn, sisters who are taking the Country world by storm. Their debut album 'The Whole Shebang' has been riding high in the American Billboard Chart for over 80 weeks so far. At first glance it would be easy to dismiss SHeDAISY as a Dixie Chicks clone. But this trio have done a very good job of putting a contemporary spin on country music, and it sounds very different to that of the Grammy-winning Chicks. 'The Whole Shebang' is an 11 track collection of uplifting country pop consisting of excellent harmonies and vocal performances. Highlights include the opener, 'Little Good-Byes' which is an infectious up-tempo tune that was a big US hit and sets the setting for the album, 'I Will...But' which continues the high spirits, and the blues-style slow track 'This Woman Needs'. The very catchy 'Lucky 4 You' with its amusing and intelligent lyrics, .....and the moving ballad about lost love 'Still Holding Out For You' (co-written with Richard Marx) is excellent. All of the tracks work very well together and I cannot fault this album at all. For those who enjoyed Shania Twains number one 'Come On Over' or any of the Dixie Chicks albums, you will probably never play them again once SHeDAISY makes it's way into your CD player.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 9 July 2005
Format: Audio CD
While some people will say that this album is not country (and I can see their point), I have no problem is classifying this as country music. Among the musicians are two steel guitarists (Dan Dugmore and Paul Franklin), a mandolist (Jonathan Yudkin) and a fiddler (Aubrey Haynie). All four appear on one track (Before me and you) and each plays on some other tracks. Despite these traditional country instruments, this is very much a contemporary country album complete with electric guitars, keyboards, drums and percussion as well as the inevitable acoustic guitar and bass.
SheDaisy comprise three sisters, these being Kristyn, Kelsi and Kassidy Osborn. Kristyn co-wrote all the songs with a variety of co-writers. The quality of the songs is impressive beginning with Little good-byes, in which the lead singer discusses what item she is taking with her after splitting from her partner (Beatles records, the cat and the TV among other things) and what she is leaving behind (Billy Joel records and unpaid bills among other things). Very funny, except that as a fan of both the Beatles and Billy Joel, I think she should have taken all those records.
The second song (I will - but) is somewhat contradictory but also amusing. The lead singer here promises to be her partner's everything if he treats her right, but lists a long list of things she won't be. Among the things she won't be is his all-night restaurant (so any man who wants a woman to stay at home and cook for him will be sadly disappointed). She won't be his Friday paycheck either (so any man who hopes to rely on the earnings of a career-minded woman will also be disappointed). And there is more, but maybe there is still enough left after all the subtracting is done to tempt a man.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
SHeDAISY turns country "Upsy-DAISY"! 9 Jun. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
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.
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
The Best Album Released in 1999. 19 Dec. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
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.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A very, very good CD! 22 May 2003
By Willow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My sister's a huge country fan, and she was listening to this CD over the summer, and I love it! It's the first country album I've ever listened to straight through!
1.)Little Goodbyes - This one's so fun! A great first song, because it's catchy and you can't wait to see what else is on the CD! 5/5
2.)I WIll...But - I like this one a lot too! It's another bubbly, catchy song, I especially like the guitar playing in it! 5/5
3.)This Woman Needs - The first slower song on the album. I like it a lot, because it's sadder than any other SHeDAisy song I've ever heard. 5/5
4.)Before Me and You - First impressions say this song will be cheesy, with the first line and all. But it's not! It's another great one! 5/5
5.)Lucky For You (Tonight I'm Just Me) - I really like this one, 'cause you get great mental images, and the vocals are really fun! 5/5
6.)Still Holding Out For You - Once again, I rate this one 5/5 - I love the piano in the beginning and the vocals are beautiful! 5/5
7.)Punishment - I dont care for this one as much as the rest, the beginning sounds kind of churchy so you expect a slow song, but it's really upbeat. 4/5
8.)'cause I Like it That Way - As the rest of the songs, I love this one! I like the "Hey Jack, take back, all those lines" in the beginning. 5/5
9.)Without You Love - Another pretty, slower song. 5/5
10.)Night to Remember - Probably the best faster song on the CD. It's sooo fun! 5/5
11.)Dancing With Angels - The other song I don't like. It's not bad, just not my style. 4/5
*There are only two songs on here that I dont think are amazing, and that's really good! I love this CD and highly reccommend it!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Appealing to the those of us with twang-itis 19 Jun. 2000
By Sammie L. Dickson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit, I am not the biggest country fan in the world. I can only handle it in small doses. But when it comes to SheDaisy, I can handle the whole Shebang! (corny joke, I know) Probably because they have a lot of pop enthused sound too. But my favorite tracks on the album are varied, the sad and soulful, "Holding Out For You," (why does every one dis on Richard Marx?), the relatable and fun "Lucky 4 You". I also enjoy the rest of the tracks and I think they can sing well besides the harmonies (which are fantastic) People need to get over such things as the 'murder' in "A Night To Remember", that's tame compared to what other people write in their songs. Don't try to call them Dixie Chicks copies, just judge them on their own right. You may be pleasantly surprised.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Just the beginning... 24 Mar. 2000
By Heather Burwell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The sisters of SHeDaisy have managed to put together a fabulous freshman album. I am sure you have heard their radio hits "Little Good-byes" and "This Woman Needs", but there are many more great songs packed onto this CD. My personal favorites are "Lucky 4 You (Tonight I'm Just Me)", (my sister and I love driving down the highway singing this one), "Still Holding Out For You" which was co-written by Richard Marx, "Cause I Like It That Way", and the Controversial "A Night to Remember". I will NOT compare them with the Dixie Chicks because they are two different groups, with two different sounds both unique and singular. You cannot miss with this CD! This is just the beginning of great things for SHeDaisy!
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