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Alan Jackson - The Bluegrass Album (2013)

25-09-2013, 13:58
Music | Folk | Country

Alan Jackson - The Bluegrass Album (2013)

Artist: Alan Jackson
Title Of Album: The Bluegrass Album
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: ACR Records
Genre: Country, Bluegrass
Total Time: 62:24 min
Format: AAC / M4a
Quality: 256 kbps
Total Size: 131 mb

2013 release, the first Bluegrass album from the Country music superstar. Jackson wrote eight songs for the album, which also includes other originals and a couple of well-known standards of the genre. The Bluegrass Album was produced by Keith Stegall and Jackson's nephew, Adam Wright. Jackson has openly expressed his desire to record a Bluegrass album for years. This spring, a group of some of the best players and singers in Bluegrass came together, emerging in a matter of days with the completed acoustic album. He enlisted Scott Coney (acoustic guitar), Sammy Shelor (banjo), Adam Steffey (mandolin), Tim Crouch (fiddle), Tim Dishman (bass), Rob Ickes (dobro) and Ronnie Bowman and Don Rigsby (vocals).


01.) Long Hard Road – Alan Jackson
02.) Mary – Alan Jackson
03.) Appalachian Mountain Girl – Alan Jackson
04.) Tie Me Down – Alan Jackson
05.) Way Beyond The Blue – Mark D. Sanders/Randy Albright/Lisa Silver
06.) Ain’t Got Trouble Now – Adam Wright
07.) Blue Ridge Mountain Song – Alan Jackson
08.) Blacktop – Alan Jackson
09.) Blue Side of Heaven – Alan Jackson
10.) There Is A Time – Rodney Dillard/Mitch Jayne
11.) Wild and Blue – John Scott Sherrill
12.) Knew All Along – Adam Wright/Shannon Wright
13.) Let’s Get Back to Me and You – Alan Jackson
14.) Blue Moon of Kentucky – Bill Monroe

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