This is my first Alan Jackson CD, "Drive" was purchased by myself after learning that "Where Were You" would be on it and that was one of the reasons I bought it and with alot of country albums I have bought it the past, I stop listening to them after a while, but with "Drive", it is different, I thought after "Where Were You"(one of 2002's best songs), that I wouldn't listen to this Cd much after that, but to my overwhelming suprise I am still listening to it and can honestly say there is not a bad song on this album. The title song and second release "Drive" is well told, about fathers and sons and Alan's relationship with his father, and the wisecracking third release "Work In Progress", which just worked it way into the country Top 10. And there are so many more terrific songs on this album, like "I Slipped And Fell In Love", "That'd Be Alright" and "Designated Drunker"(which he shares dueting credit with George Strait), that is just a few songs but the hole collection is great. This CD was the first new release of 2002 that I bought and I feel it is one of the best of 2002, and as for country albums I feel that it is my personal favorite country album since "Come On Over"(Shania Twain in 1997), and that is saying alot because that album is one of my favorite of my whole collection and "Drive" from Alan Jackson comes very very close to being one of my all time favorites of my collection, and it should be it everyone's collection. This album recieves an A+ and I don't give many of them out, the album is just that good and more. We need more albums like this especially in the country field. Keep on drivin' Alan!