Oh Suzi Q Album LP Cover Generation Record

Suzi Quatro

Oh, Suzi Q.

After an 8 year break from recording, Suzi experimented with a new direction.


Oh Suzi Q.” is the tenth solo studio album by rock singer-songwriter and bass guitarist Suzi Quatro.

CD Cover – Bellaphon

Suzi Quatro - Oh Suzi Q Album Rear Cover
CD Cover Rear

Track Listing

1Suzi Q.Dale Hawkins, Stan Lewis, Eleanor Broadwater4:32
2Southern ComfortRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland, Suzi Quatro5:40
3Love TouchRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland5:24
4Intimate StrangersSuzi Quatro, Rhiannon Wolfe3:34
5Kiss Me GoodbyeSuzi Quatro, Rhiannon Wolfe4:07
6The Great Midnight Rock ‘N’ Roll House PartyRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland4:22
7Take Me In Your Arms (And Rock Me)Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland3:11
8Victim of CircumstanceSuzi Quatro4:21
9Elusive LoverSuzi Quatro, Rhiannon Wolfe4:00
10Best Thing in My LifeSuzi Quatro5:01
11We Live ForeverRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland5:17
12Baby You’re a StarRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland3:24
13We Found LoveRob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland5:13

Released in 1991, this album was distributed by the record labels Generation Record and Bellaphon. Notably, it marked the last recording of original material by Quatro for five years until the release of “What Goes Around – Greatest & Latest” in 1995. This album also represents a significant transition in Quatro’s career, as it was the first album not to feature her long-time guitarist and then-husband Len Tuckey, from whom she would divorce in 1992.

The album’s reception was generally negative, with the majority of music critics not favoring it. It went largely unnoticed by the public and was a commercial disappointment, failing to chart worldwide. This was only the second time in Quatro’s career that one of her studio albums did not enter the album charts.

The tracklist of “Oh Suzi Q.” includes a mix of covers and original songs, showcasing a variety of writers and composers.


Single released from the album.

Released Germany, Canada & Netherlands

  1. We Found Love (Released 1988)
  2. Baby You’re a Star (Released 1989)

Released Germany only

  1. Kiss Me Goodbye (Released 1991)
  2. The Great Midnight Rock ‘n’ Roll House Party (Released 1991)
  3. Love Touch (Released 1991)

Cover Songs

Suzi Q.

“Suzi Q.” is a cover of the classic song originally by Dale Hawkins. The song, co-written by Hawkins, Stan Lewis, and Eleanor Broadwater, is renowned for its influence on rock and roll music.

Dale Hawkins’ original version, known for its distinctive guitar riff and rhythm, became a hit in the late 1950s and has since been covered by numerous artists. Suzi’s rendition brings her unique style and interpretation to this iconic rock and roll piece.

Take Me In Your Arms (And Rock Me)

“Take Me In Your Arms (And Rock Me)” was originally written by the famous Motown songwriting trio Holland-Dozier-Holland—comprised of Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Eddie Holland.

Holland-Dozier-Holland were instrumental in crafting the distinctive style of Motown in the 1960s, known for its catchy melodies and rich harmonies. This song is a classic example of that Motown sound.

Suzi once again brings her unique rock interpretation to this soulful classic.

Releases and Cover Art

The album was released in 1991 in Germany under the Bellaphon label in both CD and LP formats. Generation Record released the album in Scandinavia, and in 1992, Alfa International issued the album on CD in Japan.

Oh Suzi Q Bellaphon LP Cover
Bellaphon Cover 1991
Oh Suzi Q Album LP Cover Generation Record
Generation Record Cover 1991
Alfa International Cover 1992

The Producers | Rob & Ferdi Bolland

Rob and Ferdi Bolland, known professionally as Bolland & Bolland, are a Dutch music producer duo. They are brothers born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. They started their music careers in the late 1970s with a series of one-off singles and gained international recognition in the following years. They are known for their work in the pop and rock genres and have been active in the music industry since the 1970s through the 1990s.

Bolland & Bolland have been involved in various productions over the years, including singles and albums for other artists. They have worked with names like Falco, for whom they produced the hit “Rock Me Amadeus,” Their production style is characterized by a blend of electronic elements and traditional rock instrumentation, which has contributed to their distinctive sound in the music industry.

Bolland Studios

The Bolland brothers owned Bolland Studios, located in Blaricum, in the Dutch countryside. This studio was one of the first in the Netherlands to host an SSL SL4000 E Series mixing console.

Album Credits


  • Suzi Quatro – Lead Vocals, Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Len Tuckey – Electric Guitar
  • Rob & Ferdi Bolland – Keyboards, Synthesizer, Bass, Backing Vocals, Drum Programming, Sampler, Blues Harp
  • Rhiannon Wolfe – Backing Vocals
  • Marcel Serierse – Drums
  • Bert Meulendijk – Electric & Acoustic Guitars
  • Lex Bolderdijk – Electric & Acoustic Guitars
  • Eddie Conard – Percussion
  • Ceesten Dam – Saxophone
  • Hans Weekhout – Programming and Samples
ProducerRob & Ferdi Bolland
EngineerJohn Krick & Okkie Huysdens
Co-producer, Engineer (tracks: 2-4,7-11)John Sonneveld
Mastered byHans Weekhout
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered atBolland Studios, Blaricum, Netherlands