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Alan Jackson has never been away, so why does 2008's Good Time feel like a comeback album? Because this, his 14th album, is a return to straight-ahead modern country after several years of detours, including a late-night saloon album produced by Alison Krauss (Like Red on a Rose) and an austere collection of spirituals (Precious Memories). Even his last full-fledged country album, 2004's What I Do, felt a little understated and modest, adjectives that can't quite be applied to Good Time, even if it bears Jackson's unmistakable mark of casual authority. That casualness can disguise his ambitions, especially on an album as shining and snappy as this. It's only upon close inspection that the audacity behind Good Time becomes apparent: it's Jackson's first album of all-original material, and at 17 tracks it's the effective equivalent of a double-album in country music, where all albums outside of Vince Gill's mammoth triple-disc These Days are brief and to the point. Unsurprisingly given its length, Good Time drifts amiably and takes its time, lingering on its ballads and gliding through the faster tunes, sustaining a cheerful mood. It's so easy to enjoy that it takes a bit of attention to dig out the true gems lying here, and there are many: the brisk bluegrass strut of "Long Long Way," brought down to earth by Jackson's Haggard-esque phrasing; the slightly gangly, tongue-in-cheek Western swing of "I Still Like Bologna," which finds a more straightforward cousin in "Nothing Left to Do"; the gentle roll of "Listen to Your Senses," as sweet and light a song as Jackson has ever cut. These are the exceptions on an album that feels big and bright, a throwback to the days of '80s new country, especially on "Never Loved Before," a zippy duet with Martina McBride that finds its flip on "Laid Back 'n Low Key," a piece of soft rock that could have fit onto the airwaves during the prime of urban cowboy. And that is the sly genius of Good Time — it demonstrates that Jackson is as comfortable with the poppier side of country as he is with the harder stuff, and he can deliver it without seeming as if he's pandering, a feat that is almost as impressive as those generic detours he's taken in the past few years.

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Great traditional music

Alan Jackson makes an amazing return to traditional country music. Nothing proves this better than the song "Long Long Way." It definitely does not trend towards the pop oriented side of country. He stays true to his roots, plus the songs are just great.

Alan Jackson Comes thru Again

When you think of Country music Alan Jackson is one of the first names to come around because of his great high standard to entertain the fans with his music. This album is no different, a fun, good listening cd that the whole family can enjoy with traditional country instead of the hip hop country we currently hear today. Alan truly stays with the George Jones generation of banjo's and a great lyrical catch phrase. I am truly glad that Alan can keep coming out with new albums that sound great. I would highly recommend this album.

Another Great one FROM MR. Jackson

this has to be one of the albums i was looking forwad to this year and i wasnt let down. Alan jackson has done it again with his good ol traditional soundin stuff. This has gotta be my favorite album from him. Best songs are tracks: 1, 2, 4, 8, and 15 (just my personal favorites you should probaly buy the whole album)


Nacido(a): 17 de octubre de 1958 en Newnan, GA

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Después de Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson fue el cantante de country más popular de los 90. Heredero del movimiento de neo-tradicionalismo de los 80, el enfoque de Jackson tenía raíces en el honky tonk clásico, aunque permanecía confortablemente dentro de la principal corriente contemporánea. El sello de Jackson fue su coherencia –escribió muchos de sus propios hits, y su habilidad con el gancho fue parte de la razón por la cual nunca tuvo un fracaso comercial, ni siquiera en el nuevo...
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