Tribute to Alan Jackson

Performers The Country Dance Kings

Big Eye Music | June 20, 2006 | Compact Disc

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Country superstar Alan Jackson does not appear on this collection of his music. Instead, the International Country All-Stars lay into Jackson hits like "Chattahoochie," "Gone Country," "Meat and Potatoes," and "Don't Rock the Jukebox," with mildly entertaining results. Tasteful touches of pedal steel and Dobro enlighten many of the arrangements, and the main vocalist possesses a good bit of that popular Nashville hiccup. But he isn't Alan Jackson, nor are the musicians here the crack Music City studio cats that play on most of his records. The end result is a pleasant country album of songs you can have a few beers with. But save the really cold ones at the bottom of the cooler for the real Alan Jackson. ~ Johnny Loftus

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 20, 2006

Genre: Honkytonk

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Big Eye Music

UPC: 699675195625

Found in: Honkytonk

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Tribute to Alan Jackson

Performers The Country Dance Kings

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 20, 2006

Genre: Honkytonk

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Big Eye Music

UPC: 699675195625


Title Track Time
1.USA Today --
2.Gone Country --
3.Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) --
4.It's Five O'Clock Somewhere --
5.Where I Come From --
6.Talkin' Song Repair Blues, The --
7.Monday Morning Church --
8.Work in Progress --
9.It Must Be Love --
10.That'd Be Alright --
11.Remember When --

Editorial Notes

Country superstar Alan Jackson does not appear on this collection of his music. Instead, the International Country All-Stars lay into Jackson hits like "Chattahoochie," "Gone Country," "Meat and Potatoes," and "Don't Rock the Jukebox," with mildly entertaining results. Tasteful touches of pedal steel and Dobro enlighten many of the arrangements, and the main vocalist possesses a good bit of that popular Nashville hiccup. But he isn't Alan Jackson, nor are the musicians here the crack Music City studio cats that play on most of his records. The end result is a pleasant country album of songs you can have a few beers with. But save the really cold ones at the bottom of the cooler for the real Alan Jackson. ~ Johnny Loftus
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