13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Drive, released early in 2002, is best known for "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)", Alan Jackson’s poignant, compassionate portrait of post-9/11 America that sought comfort amidst a time of immense tragedy and confusion. The album also bears old-school honky-tonk tunes like the sassy "Work In Progress", as well as a fiddle-soaked George Strait duet in "Designated Drinker" and the nostalgic title track, which illustrates Jackson's knack for capturing quintessential snapshots of American family life.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Drive, released early in 2002, is best known for "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)", Alan Jackson’s poignant, compassionate portrait of post-9/11 America that sought comfort amidst a time of immense tragedy and confusion. The album also bears old-school honky-tonk tunes like the sassy "Work In Progress", as well as a fiddle-soaked George Strait duet in "Designated Drinker" and the nostalgic title track, which illustrates Jackson's knack for capturing quintessential snapshots of American family life.

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