34 Number Ones
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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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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.
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.