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Give Me Some Wheels

Suzy Bogguss

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In the three years between the release of Suzy Bogguss' fourth studio album of new material, Something Up My Sleeve, and her fifth, Give Me Some Wheels, she released a greatest-hits album and a duet album with Chet Atkins (Simpatico); her record company, Liberty, was reconfigured into Capitol Nashville; and she took time out to start a family. None of those factors may be as important as the sheer passage of time for an artist who had achieved a moderate level of success in a New Traditionalist vein and now faces a tough post-Garth country music environment defined by a new crop of female singers. Give Me Some Wheels is a sturdy album of well-performed, consistently written country songs. The title track, which Bogguss co-wrote with Matraca Berg and Gary Harrison, is a satisfying statement of purpose, and the album's second single, "No Way Out," is a pleasing uptempo love song. But neither became hits ("She Said, He Heard" would have made a better single choice), and the album was a commercial disappointment. If it had been released two years earlier, it probably would have done better, but coming back to a new climate in Nashville, Bogguss needed to make a bolder or more accomplished album than this to keep from losing ground. ~ William Ruhlmann

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Give Me Some Wheels 00:02:37

Matraca Berg, Composer - Gary Harrison, Composer - Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, Composer, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

2
Feeling 'Bout You 00:03:34

Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - Angela Kaset, Composer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Don Schlitz, Composer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

3
Let's Get Real 00:03:28

Bob Regan, Composer - Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - Billy Spencer, Composer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

4
Traveling Light 00:03:26

George Teren, Composer - Tom Shapiro, Composer - Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

5
Live To Love Another Day 00:03:43

Will Robinson, Composer - Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - Liz Hengber, Composer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

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No Way Out 00:03:18

Marcus Hummon, Composer - Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Darrell Scott, Composer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

7
Fall 00:04:00

Craig Wiseman, Composer - Trey Bruce, Composer, Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

8
Saying Goodbye To A Friend 00:03:29

Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - Doug Gill, Composer - Angela Kaset, Composer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

9
She Said, He Heard 00:03:54

Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Don Schlitz, Composer - Suzy Bogguss, Composer, MainArtist

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

10
Far And Away 00:03:41

Trey Bruce, Producer, Co-Producer - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Co-Producer - Suzy Bogguss, Composer, MainArtist - Doug Crider, Composer

(c) 1996 Capitol Nashville ℗ 1996 Capitol Records Nashville

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In the three years between the release of Suzy Bogguss' fourth studio album of new material, Something Up My Sleeve, and her fifth, Give Me Some Wheels, she released a greatest-hits album and a duet album with Chet Atkins (Simpatico); her record company, Liberty, was reconfigured into Capitol Nashville; and she took time out to start a family. None of those factors may be as important as the sheer passage of time for an artist who had achieved a moderate level of success in a New Traditionalist vein and now faces a tough post-Garth country music environment defined by a new crop of female singers. Give Me Some Wheels is a sturdy album of well-performed, consistently written country songs. The title track, which Bogguss co-wrote with Matraca Berg and Gary Harrison, is a satisfying statement of purpose, and the album's second single, "No Way Out," is a pleasing uptempo love song. But neither became hits ("She Said, He Heard" would have made a better single choice), and the album was a commercial disappointment. If it had been released two years earlier, it probably would have done better, but coming back to a new climate in Nashville, Bogguss needed to make a bolder or more accomplished album than this to keep from losing ground. ~ William Ruhlmann

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