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Alan Jackson - Good Time

15 March 2008 No Comment

Alan Jackson - Good Time

A country legend who has been one of the most consistent acts and in his 14th studio album it seems like his newest is no different. Alan Jackson’s first album came out over almost two decades ago and he is still going strong with “Good Time” which features seventeen traditional country tracks that will please any long time Alan Jackson fan.

After his previous release working with Allison Krauss he has now gone back to long time producer Keith Stegall who seems to be a better fit and more of the sound that made Jackson famous. The lead single from “Good Time” is “Small Town Southern Man” which has been a hit on radio and is classic Alan Jackson having southern charm mixed with great vocals, story telling, and a catchy chorus. A rarity today in country music is the collaboration which Jackson has on his album featuring Martina McBride on a song entitled “Never Loved Before” which isn’t my favorite from the album but will still attract many Martina fans to buy the album. “I Still Like Bologna” is another cut from the album that is a very fun song about all of the things he has or has had but deep down he is still a simple man. The album itself is surprisingly long for the country genre being seventeen songs but with the way it mixes traditional and modern country seamlessly make it a solid release.

Rating: ★★★★☆



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