One Ride in Vegas

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One Ride in Vegas
Studio album by Deryl Dodd
Released October 8, 1996 (1996-10-08)
Genre Country
Length 34:17
Label Columbia Nashville
Producer Blake Chancey, Chip Young
Deryl Dodd chronology
One Ride in Vegas
Deryl Dodd

One Ride in Vegas is the debut album of American country music singer Deryl Dodd. It was released in 1996 via Columbia Records. The album includes the singles "Friends Don't Drive Friends…", "That's How I Got to Memphis", and "Movin' Out to the Country".

Critical reception[edit]

Don Yates of Country Standard Time gave the album a mixed review, saying that "Friends Don't Drive Friends…" was "one of the finest honky tonk songs of the year" and that Dodd was "impassioned" on "That's How I Got to Memphis", but he criticized the rest of the album for "rely[ing] on lyrical clichés".[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Friends Don't Drive Friends…"   Deryl Dodd 3:29
2. "That's How I Got to Memphis"   Tom T. Hall 3:14
3. "Movin' Out to the Country"   Dodd 3:55
4. "Stayin' Is the Only Way to Go"   Dodd, Brett Beavers 3:24
5. "Somethin' Like That"   Dodd 2:33
6. "This Ol' World (Keeps Turning on Me)"   Shane Decker, Joe Doyle 3:44
7. "One Ride in Vegas"   Dodd, Beavers 4:11
8. "13 MWZ"   Dodd, Beavers 2:54
9. "I Can Love You"   Dodd 3:23
10. "That's Just Me"   Dodd 3:30

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 61
Canadian RPM Country Albums 14


  1. ^ Yates, Don. "One Ride in Vegas review". Country Standard Time. Retrieved 11 September 2012.