16 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection spans the first 12 years of Alan Jackson's career, revealing an artist indebted not only to the roots of country music, but to rock ‘n’ roll as well. "Summertime Blues" updates a 1958 Eddie Cochran classic, cruising on a tight, twangy guitar riff as Jackson intonates in his cool, down-home baritone. Even "Don't Rock the Jukebox," which finds Jackson begging his fellow bar patrons to play some country music, grooves on a beat that rocks plenty hard enough all on its own.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection spans the first 12 years of Alan Jackson's career, revealing an artist indebted not only to the roots of country music, but to rock ‘n’ roll as well. "Summertime Blues" updates a 1958 Eddie Cochran classic, cruising on a tight, twangy guitar riff as Jackson intonates in his cool, down-home baritone. Even "Don't Rock the Jukebox," which finds Jackson begging his fellow bar patrons to play some country music, grooves on a beat that rocks plenty hard enough all on its own.

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