The other tracks are more of the same as they tread the line between rock and blues. “Myrtle Beach,” “Knock On My Door,” and “Got To Have You Baby” are all well-structured, expertly played and energetically sung.
My only real criticism with the album is the packaging. She should have added some autobiographical material, as she is not widely known. In the grand scheme of things, that is minor as it all comes down to the music and in that regard, there are no real problems.
Susan Angeletti is one of those artists who produces good music and performs live as much as possible, but struggles to become well-known and achieve commercial viability. Hopefully Wisdom will be her breakout release as it cements her status as having one of the best voices you may have never heard.