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Alan Jackson

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Alan Jackson  Like Red On a Rose   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  I Only Want You for Christmas   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  (Who Says) You Can't Have It All   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  There Goes   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Till the End (with Lee Ann Womack)   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  I Don't Need the Booze (To Get a Buzz On)   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson & George Strait  Designated Drinker   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  USA Today   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  www.memory   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  The Blues Man   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Everything I Love   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Tonight I Climbed the Wall   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Too Much of a Good Thing   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson & Keith Whitley  There's a New Kid In Town   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Blue Blooded Woman   buy on itunes
George Jones & Alan Jackson  A Good Year for the Roses   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Three Minute Positive Not Too Country Up-Tempo Love Song   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Farewell Party   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Between the Devil and Me   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett  Margaritaville   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  It's Alright to Be a Redneck   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  After 17   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Good Imitation of the Blues   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Garth Brooks, George Jones, Joe Diffie, Mark Chesnutt, Pam Tillis, Patty Loveless, T. Graham Brown, Travis Tritt & Vince Gill  I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair   buy on itunes
Alan Jackson  Just Put a Ribbon in Your Hair   buy on itunes

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In two decades at the topmost rung of the country-music ladder, Alan Jackson has made some high-powered friends, and they haven’t been shy about showing up to sing alongside him. Jackson and George Strait showed there’s still no better basis for a country tune than a lovesick fool taking his sorrows for a swim, on the duet “Designated Drinker.” Jackson joined Keith Whitley in bringing a new slant to the world of country Christmas tunes, crooning about a certain surprise package that once arrived in Bethlehem on “There’s a New Kid In Town.” And you know you’re a full-fledged country superstar when you get to revisit a George Jones classic right along with Ol’ Possum himself, like Jackson did with the tear-jerking Jones gem “A Good Year for the Roses.”
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