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Good Time

  • 1. Good Time
    2. Small Town Southern Man
    3. I Wish I Could Back Up
    4. Country Boy
    5. Right Where I Want You
    6. 1976
    7. When the Love Factor's High
    8. Long Long Way
    9. Sissy's Song
    10. I Still Like Bologna
    11. Never Loved Before
    12. Nothing Left to Do
    13. Listen to Your Senses
    14. This Time
    15. Laid Back N' Low Key (Cay)
    16. If You Want to Make Me Happy
    17. If Jesus Walked the World Today
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 88697-19943-

  • Credits
    ProducerKeith Stegall
    EngineerMatt Rovey; John Kelton; Kyle Lehning

    Alan Jackson: Brent Mason (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar); Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar, banjo); James Curtis Mitchell (electric guitar, accordion); Paul Franklin (steel guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro); Robbie Flint (lap steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Jim Hoke (harmonica, accordion, Jew's harp); Gary Prim (piano, Wurlitzer piano, Clavinet, Hammond b-3 organ, keyboards); Hargus "Pig" Robbins (piano, Wurlitzer piano); Greenwood Hart, Shane Keister (vocoder); Glenn Worf (upright bass, bass guitar); Jimmy Carter (bass guitar); Eddie Bayers (drums); Lucas Ketner (percussion); John A. Kelton.
    On his first traditional country album since 2004's WHAT I DO, Alan Jackson steps outside the comfortable routine he's created for himself in favor of creating a more personal and introspective work. The first album on which Jackson has written all of the songs all by himself, GOOD TIME is Jackson's most autobiographical album by some distance. "Small Town Southern Man" is a touching farewell to his late father, while "I Wish I Could Back Up" and "Never Loved Before" (a duet with country superstar Martina McBride) are intimate love songs more revealing than most country radio fare. GOOD TIME is true to its title, however; alongside the revealing autobiographical tunes, there are sly, swaggering country-rockers like "Country Boy" and more thoughtful fare like the devotional "If Jesus Walked The World Today." At 17 songs, this is one of Alan Jackson's longest albums, but GOOD TIME features remarkably little filler and many outstanding new traditionalist country songs in the great Alan Jackson style.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (p.82) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[H]is finest songs are always his romantic ballads, and the best one here also sounds like the one he wrote the quickest: '1976,' where he sings about meeting his wife..."
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