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Fortuneteller's Melody

SHeDAISY

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Album Review

More than ever, SHeDAISY occupies the middle ground between contemporary country and rootsy adult pop on Fortuneteller's Melody, walking the fine line that separates Shania Twain and Sheryl Crow. As a matter of fact, Crow co-wrote two of the songs on Fortuneteller's Melody, which gives a good indication of where the hearts of the Osborn sisters lie on their fourth album. This is music that's country in marketing and name; if judged by sound, it's much closer to the bright, sunny pop of Crow's C'Mon, C'Mon than it is to Gretchen Wilson, Miranda Lambert, or even Shania at her poppiest. What's nice about this album is that SHeDAISY doesn't try to run away from their pop inclinations — they embrace them, from the hard rock guitars that push "Kickin' In" along to the sweet, surging pop of the opening pair of "23 Days" and "Whatever It Takes." Although this record is not without its missteps, most egregiously on Jann Arden's "God Bless the American Housewife," which is too cute and calculating, there's no denying that this is not only the most comfortable and confident the trio has been on record, but it's also their most consistent set of songs. This is due to Kristyn Osborn, who co-writes all but one of the album's 12 songs with a variety of professional writers (the aforementioned "God Bless" is the only one she didn't pen), and she's wound up with a set that's both varied and solid, and SHeDAISY's best record yet. It may be too pop for some country fans, but for those who found Sheryl Crow's Wildflower a tad too subdued, this might be the follow-up to C'Mon, C'Mon they longed to hear.

Customer Reviews

Great Album

I was very happy to learn that SheDaisy was making another album. All the songs are great, but some of them sound the same (same tune). 23 Days and I'm Taking the Wheel are my personal faves. Be sure to check them out.

Yet another beautiful cd...

As a recent convert who never in her life thought she'd be DYING for the new SHeDAISY cd to come out, this cd follows Sweet Right Here perfectly. As they mention on their website, their first single, "I'm Taking the Wheel" chronicles the passage of time within a relationship where you go from being in the passenger seat to taking control. My personal favorite is "In Terms of Love" but the whole thing is worth your time. Krystyn's writing skills are amazing...the fact that she continues and continues to crank out realistic, gripping songs blows me away. The cd is a journey from start to finish...and definitely worth taking.

I like it.

I enjoyed this album. I like 23 Days, I'm taking the wheel Healing Side and especially God Bless the American Housewife! It's good to see some new music from these ladies and they sound as good together as they ever have!! They do alot of fun music and this is no exception.

Biography

Formed: Magna, UT

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Sister trio SheDaisy (or SHeDAISY, if you're picky) rode in on the late-'90s wave of female country-pop, following in the stylistic footsteps of Shania Twain, Faith Hill, and the Dixie Chicks. Kristyn, Kelsi, and Kassidy Osborn grew up in the small Utah town of Magna, near Salt Lake City, and started singing together as young girls, often putting on shows for their neighborhood. As they grew older, Kristyn spent more time alone writing songs, while Kelsi and Kassidy performed locally as a duo. After...
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