Sacred Ground (1992) McBride and the Ride were only partly successful in lassoing a viable country-rock style on their debut, something they've rectified with their second, Sacred Ground… McBride and the Ride Country
Music Review

Sacred Ground (1992)

EW's GRADE
C+

Details Genre: Country

McBride and the Ride were only partly successful in lassoing a viable country-rock style on their debut, something they've rectified with their second, Sacred Ground. Unfortunately, their sound — crisp but gentle rockers with stacked harmony vocals — is now far stronger than their material, distinguished mainly by the title tune, a loving husband's request to his wife's boyfriend to leave his family intact. C+

Originally posted Jun 26, 1992 Published in issue #124-125 Jun 26, 1992 Order article reprints