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Essential Alan Jackson album for sale by Alan Jackson was released Apr 17, 2012 on the Sony Legacy label. Legacy's 2012 set The Essential Alan Jackson is a retitled reissue of 2010's 34 Number Ones, containing the same songs in the same sequence but bearing a different title and artwork. Upon its release, three of these cuts -- "Ring of Fire," "Look at Me," and the Zac Brown Band duet "As She's Walking Away" -- were new and several of the songs -- "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "Here in the Real World," "Tonight I Climbed the Wall," "(Who Says) You Can't Have It All," and "Who's Cheatin' Who" -- never topped the Billboard charts, so the title 34 Number Ones bent the truth a bit, but when placed under the Essential banner alongside all the number one hits from 1991 through 2008, there is no reason to quibble. Essential Alan Jackson CD music is a 2-disc set with 37 songs. ...See Full Description
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|Release Date||Apr 17, 2012|
|Recording Time||132 minutes|
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Audio Mixer: Clarke Schleicher.
Recording information: Quad Studios, Nashville, TN; Warner Studios; Warner Studios, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Miranda Penn Turin.
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Recording information: Avatar, New York, NY; Backstage At Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN; Ben's Studio, Nashville, TN; Blackbird Studios; Love Shack Recording Studio; OpalOna Studio; Pain In The Art Studios; Sound Emporium Studios; Starstruck Studios; The Grip Studios, Nashville, TN; Westwood Studios, Nashville, TN.
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Personnel: Lionel Richie (keyboards, background vocals); Mac McAnally, Peter Mayer (guitar, background vocals); Ilya Toshinsky, Kenny Greenberg, Willie Nelson, Tom Bukovac (guitar); Dan Dugmore, Doyle Grisham, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); John Lovell (trumpet); Michael Utley, John Jarvis, Steve Nathan, Gordon Mote (keyboards); Roger Guth, Chad Cromwell (drums); Robert Greenidge (steel drum); Ralph MacDonald (percussion); Chris Rodriguez, Tina Gullickson, Jim Mayer, Nadirah Shakoor, Perry Coleman, Kim Keyes (background vocals).
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|34 Number Ones CDs (2010)
Essential Alan Jackson album for sale The 20-year anniversary of Alan Jackson's first Top Ten hit is the perfect occasion to release a collection like 34 Number Ones, a double-disc set rounding up the great majority of his blockbusters. Technically, the title bends the truth a bit and not just because three of the cuts -- "Ring of Fire," "Look at Me," and the Zac Brown Band duet "As She's Walking Away" -- are new. "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "Here in the Real World," "Tonight I Climbed the Wall," "(Who Says) You Can't Have It All," and "Who's Cheatin' Who" never topped the Billboard charts but a comprehensive Alan Jackson hits collection is unimaginable without them, so they're here alongside all the number one hits from 1991 through 2008. Jackson certainly has more to offer than just number one singles -- his facility with slow-burning torch songs and gospel is absent here, as are several singles that never reached the upper echelon of the charts ("Pop a Top," "The Talkin' Song Repair Blues," "USA Today," "A Woman's Love," "www.memory," "It's Alright to Be a Redneck," "When Somebody Loves You") -- but by its very length 34 Number Ones is the first of his compilations to really suggest the depth and breadth of his body of work, and it's a tremendously entertaining listen to boot. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
2010 two CD collection from the Country superstar. Alan Jackson is celebrating the 20-year anniversary of his debut album with the release of 34 Number Ones, a career-spanning, double-disc collection featuring all 34 of Jackson's #1 hits. With 37 songs in all, the project will also include two rare tracks and the new Zac Brown Band single, 'As She's Walking Away,' featuring Alan Jackson. Jackson is a 16-time CMA and ACM Award winner and a Grammy-honored songwriter. His career, to date, has included sales of more than 50 million albums. Most recently, Jackson was honored with the ASCAP Founders Award, recognizing him for his innovative, influential, and pioneering contributions to music.
Liner Note Author: Judy Forde-Blair.
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Emotional Traffic CD (2012)
Essential Alan Jackson CD music Emotional Traffic is more than likely Tim McGraw's final album with Curb Records. It was actually delivered to the label in the fall of 2010, but has remained unreleased until now while the label cleared the decks with yet another McGraw greatest-hits album. They claimed the singer gave them a new album too soon, which sent all parties into tort court. Finally, though, Emotional Traffic, which McGraw has claims as is his best album, sees the light of day.
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Recording information: Blackbird; Dark Horse Studio; Essential Sound Studios; Germano Studios, New York; ocean way.
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Recording information: The Castle, Franklin, TN; The Sound Station; Wedgewood Sound, Nashville, TN.
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