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Somewhere Between

4.8 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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This 1989 debut finds Bogguss assuming a neotraditional cowgirl persona, not all that comfortably. Ballad extravaganzas ("Guilty as They Come" and the title track) and western ditties ("Night Rider's Lament," an unnecessary remake of Patsy Montana's "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart") just cowpoke along unimpressively, but more contemporary-sounding numbers such as "Cross My Broken Heart" and Bogguss's own "Take It Like a Man" are superior showcases for her clear, folk-country voice and signposts to her much more successful and satisfying future direction. Exceptions to the not-so-hot neotrad rule: her nailing of Hank Williams Sr.'s "My Sweet Love Ain't Around" and her own saga of the modern West, "I'm at Home on the Range," which scores points for rhyming "Laramie" and "take good care o' me." --Ken Barnes
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 1, 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B000002UT2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #173,953 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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What can I say? The voice of an angel. Country, blues, swing, Western, you grow it and Suzy Bogguss can cut it. This album "Somewhere Between" is one of many showing the fantastic talents of this lady. It's a shame Patsy Cline couldn't have heard her voice. She would have approved I'm sure. Suzy Bogguss has paid her dues. She has withstood the test of time. Hopefully, this fine talent will be around for a long, long, time.
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Some people criticize this album for including western songs, country oldies and contemporary songs in the same album but I think it all adds to the charm.
Western songs are represented by I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart (a superb revival of the Patsy Montana classic, especially appreciated by those who had not heard the original), I'm at home on the range (a new song) and Night rider's lament. Country oldies are represented by Somewhere between (a Merle Haggard song) and My sweet love ain't around (a Hank Williams song. Guilty as the come is from the Rodney Crowell songbook. The remaining songs - Handyman's dream, Cross my broken heart, Take it like a man, Hopeless romantic - are all new.
Suzy demonstrated on this album that she could sing any type of country song, that she had a superb voice (echoes of Emmylou) and that, if given the chance, she could become a major star. For whatever reason, Suzy never quite became a major star but she has made many wonderful albums and has a significant fan base.
If you enjoy any of Suzy's music, or if you enjoy quality contemporary country music generally, you will surely love this album.
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By A Customer on January 22, 2000
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i fell in love with suzy bogguss after hearing this. her sense of fun, her voice-so beautiful- the songs; it all works. i'm normally not a country fan but 4 me this works. takes me into the tennessee woods. excellent debut album.
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SOMEWHERE BETWEEN IS ONE OF SUZY BOGGUSS BEST CD'S! I FIRST HEARD "CROSS MY BROKEN HEART" IN MY GARAGE, ON THE RADIO, AND HAVE BEEN IN LOVE WITH THAT VOICE, EVER SINCE. EVERY SONG FITS. ITS HARD TO PICK THE BEST SONG. THEIR ALL GREAT! BUT THERE IS ONE THAT STANDS OUT. SHE SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST. "NIGHT RIDER'S LAMENT" IS A CLASSIC. ONE OF MY FAVORITE SONGS. IF YOU LOVE SUZY, YOU HAVE TO HAVE THIS CD.
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With the rappers rapping simple rhymes for simple minds, and the hippity-hoppers hoppin' around like they've got a bug in their pants, and tattooed kids screaming about something; where's a person to go for some decent music? I mean music that doesn't insult the listener's intelligence, and doesn't send the dog running for cover. Well, how about Suzy Bogguss? Sure `Somewhere Between' is a country album, but you won't find one song that contains either a pick-up truck, a bar or a "leavin' song." OK fine, `Hopeless Romantic' is a leaven' song. Suzy delivers `Hopeless Romantic' and `Cross My Broken Heart' with tenderness and sincerity. Her voice is poised and romantic: it'll pierce the hardest of hearts. Another exciting cut is the jumping "I'm At Home On The Range." If you aren't up and dancing around the room during this number, then surely you've succumbed to room temperature. So get `Somewhere Between' or I'll tell all you friends that you own a complete collection of Culture Club CD's.
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I originally bought this album on tape about eighteen years ago. I recently paid it the compliment of buying it again on CD so I could rip the songs to my computer. The songs that I like best are the ones that Amazon's reviewer doesn't, but I keep my Sirius Sportster tuned to The Roadhouse when I am not straying into Outlaw Country. "I Want To Be A Cowboys Sweetheart" is a great revival of Patsy Montana's classic, and Bogguss' rendering of "Night Rider's Lament" is right up there with Jerry Jeff Walker's and even sounds a little prettier. The other songs on this album are all pretty good too.
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By A Customer on September 24, 1999
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Purchased when it first came out 10 years ago. Always in the house cd player or car cd player. Many songs are good on this album but the first two still stand out as the work I like most, while my wife likes all but especially the last cut. Would like to see Ms Bogguss interject more of the traditional country in future albums, but remaining progressive, not pop rock. Does anybody yodel besides Suzy & Jewel.
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This has been one of our ten favorite albums (not counting all things Emmylou Harris) for years. We had a copy on a cassette tape and replaced it with this cd. There are a few covers on this cd, but a lot of the songs were written near the time of the album release, and they are great songs in the country music tradition. There is also a good variety of songs; they do not all sound alike.
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