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  • Audio CD (Nov. 22 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0044DL9TA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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.

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As always Alan Jackson puts out a very good selection of hits but this #1 hits is a exceptional collection. it is a must for anyone that loves Alan to get this one in your library of music.
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I've always loved this country singer. Has a lot of his better songs. Great for a car trip. Strongly recommend for actual and future fans.
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Now my husband can listen to his favorite anytime.
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great cd. Love the songs!
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HASH(0xa33372e8) out of 5 stars "The Hits, The Hat, The Heigth, and Those Country Boy Looks!" Nov. 22 2010
By Terrance Richard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The title of this review pretty much sums up how I feel about my favorite male country music singer, Alan Jackson. Ever since I saw him open for Randy Travis back in 1990 when "Here In The Real World" (Alan's first #1) came out I knew Alan was destined to be not only a country music singer, but a country music superstar with staying power. He has always been a man who has never disappointed his audience with his pure country music songs, most of which he has written himself. He is widely regarded, along with Garth Brooks, for changing the face of country music in the early '90's, by giving country its roots back after the industry in Nashville became too pop-sounding.

In this excellent two-disc CD set fans get a complete overview of Alan's remarkable twenty year career with every single of his remarkable 34 #1 songs along with three new singles. Highlights include "Don't Rock The Jukebox", "Dallas", "Wanted", "Chatahoochee", "Summertime Blues", and my favorite of all his compositions "Remember When", a song he wrote for his wife Denise. The package also contains the healing 9 11 song "Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning?", Alan's masterpiece in his response to the terrorist attacks in 2001. The three new songs in the set include a remake of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" with Lee Ann Womack and "As She's Walking Away" with the Zac Brown Band.

An amazing career set, Alan's "34 #1's" is not only for the ardent Alan Jackson fan, but for lovers of music who would like to own material from one of the most honored male singers in the last twenty years.

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HASH(0xa333733c) out of 5 stars just for money? I don't "buy" it! Feb. 10 2011
By S.W. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Whenever an artist --- any artist --- puts out a "best-of" set, there are always people who lash out at the concept of a "best-of," and it's always the same old stuff: The "best-of" is unnecessary because the songs are available on their albums (and on other "best-ofs"), so the "best-of" is purely for money. Well, I don't "buy" that (at least not in all cases)! A "best-of" can have several positive points. Sure, every artist has their die-hard fans who have all of their albums and singles, but they also have their more "casual" fans who like and have some of their stuff but not a lot of it (they might prefer a "best-of" over an album), and other die-hard fans who have most if not all of their songs but still like a good "best-of," even if they already have at least one. Having a lot if not all of an artist's best songs in one set is pretty handy, especially if the set has as many songs as this one does. And, when someone doesn't have and hasn't heard any of an artist's songs but wants to give them a try, a "best-of" can be a good place to start. Also, some "best-ofs" are more up to date and/or better than others. If someone only has one or two "best-ofs" by a particular artist (or none at all), and there are several of them out, then there is a good selection of them for the person to decide between (if they want any of them at all). I'm not much into country music, but I consider myself a "casual" Alan Jackson fan. I had the 20-song Greatest Hits Collection that came out in '95, but no other Alan Jackson CDs. Sure, 34 Number 1s has the songs that Greatest Hits has, but it also has 17 others, which are later songs than the ones on Greatest Hits. I don't mind getting songs I already have if I think that a "best-of" is as good as this one; I think it's even better than Greatest Hits. Alan Jackson is one of the very, very few country artists who have done even one or two songs that I really like, and he's done many (comparatively, anyway). All of them are on 34 Number 1s. Alan doesn't deserve criticism for this collection; he deserves thanks. THANKS, ALAN!!
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HASH(0xa3337774) out of 5 stars Great collection of songs from this Living Legend Nov. 24 2010
By marmac - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Just went to see Alan Jackson in Las Vegas and he continues to prove that he is a living legend as I told my buddies that went also to the concert 11/6/10 at the UNLV arena. This is a great collection of songs along with a few new ones for an additional treat. I especially liked his version of Ring of Fire and the lastest that is getting air play right now with the Zack Brown Band. Great gift for the Christmas Season for any country music fan. Greetings to Alan and his family this holiday season.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3337b34) out of 5 stars Perfect for fans and newcomers alike! June 7 2011
By Austin Dalyai - Published on Amazon.com
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What we have here is as close to a box set as Alan Jackson has released. While this might not have had full input from AJ himself, the record company finished off his contract with a bang. Just like the title says, it has all of Alan's 34 number one Country hits, plus, finally, the release of AJ's version of the Cash classic "Ring of Fire." Those farmiliar with this cover will already know, it was recorded for the soundtrack of a great film called "Cowboy Up." But the movie studio had some funding issues that delayed the film, and sandbagged the soundtrack. Many great Country artists had their recordings put on the shelf for it, including Alan. This single track is highly sought-after by fans, and now we have it. Also, this is the only place on an Alan Jackson album we can find his collaboration with the Zac Brown Band on "As She's Walking Away." Another great addition to the set.
Overall, we may have heard all these songs for years on the radio, but it is so nice to have them all in a single collection. Perfect for the road trip, sitting in front of the stereo, of getting pumped up for that next AJ and the Stayhorns concert.
For newcomers to Alan's music, this marks the perfect stsrting point. Every song you heard on the radio, plus some you might not have. Start here, and work your way back.
Terrific release!
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HASH(0xa3337c18) out of 5 stars very good! Feb. 17 2012
By Rifleman - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great CD for fans of Alan Jackson. All the songs that I was looking for were there.

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