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Simpatico

by Suzy Bogguss

Simpatico by Suzy Bogguss

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Simpatico

by Suzy Bogguss

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Label: Capitol Nashville
Fans of country music's six string deity Chet Atkins may be a bit bummed to find that he doesn't showboat any of his flat-picking prowess on this collaboration with Suzy Bogguss. But fans of good songs will delight in the lilting cover of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone," as well as the twang-tinged soft rock take on Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." Any guy out there with a spouse who is less confident than she should be will totally relate to the bouncy honky-tonk ditty "Wives Don't Like Old Girlfriends." The playful "One More for the Road" boasts some locomotive harmonica playing.

About This Album

Fans of country music's six string deity Chet Atkins may be a bit bummed to find that he doesn't showboat any of his flat-picking prowess on this collaboration with Suzy Bogguss. But fans of good songs will delight in the lilting cover of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone," as well as the twang-tinged soft rock take on Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." Any guy out there with a spouse who is less confident than she should be will totally relate to the bouncy honky-tonk ditty "Wives Don't Like Old Girlfriends." The playful "One More for the Road" boasts some locomotive harmonica playing.

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About This Album

Fans of country music's six string deity Chet Atkins may be a bit bummed to find that he doesn't showboat any of his flat-picking prowess on this collaboration with Suzy Bogguss. But fans of good songs will delight in the lilting cover of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone," as well as the twang-tinged soft rock take on Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." Any guy out there with a spouse who is less confident than she should be will totally relate to the bouncy honky-tonk ditty "Wives Don't Like Old Girlfriends." The playful "One More for the Road" boasts some locomotive harmonica playing.