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is the second studio album by Canadian country music
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artist Michelle Wright
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, and was released on July 17, 1990 on Savannah Records
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. "New Kind of Love", one of the singles from it, was her first Top 40 country hit in the US.
All song written by Steve Bogard/Rick Giles except where noted.
- "All You Really Wanna Do" - 3:16
- "New Kind of Love" - 3:54
- "Woman's Intuition" - 2:52
- "Wide Open" (Charlie Black, Bogard) - 3:43
- "Not Enough Love to Go 'Round" (Bogard, Bobby Fischer, Giles) - 3:52
- "The Longest Night" - 3:21
- "The Dust Ain't Settled Yet" (Craig Bickhardt, Brent Maher, Don Schlitz) - 3:18
- "A Heartbeat Away" - 3:18
- "Like a Hurricane" (Michael Clark) - 3:59
- "As Far as Lonely Goes" (Matraca Berg
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, Janis Ian
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) - 3:14
As listed in liner notes.
- Richard "Spadey" Brannon - bass guitar
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- Paul Franklin
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- steel guitar
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- John Gardner - drums
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- Paul Hollowell - keyboards
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- Carl Marsh - Fairlight
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- Brent Mason
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- Terry McMillan - percussion
All background vocals by Rick Giles except "Like a Hurricane" - Rick Giles and Nancy T. Michaels.