18 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Good Time is Jackson’s first album of all original compositions, and at 17 songs and 71 minutes, the album is an affirmation of how comfortable he is with nothing but a pen and a guitar. His belief in small-town Southern values (“Small Town Southern Man,” “Country Boy”) is as unwavering as his love for a honky-tonk tradition that will never die (“When the Love Factor’s High,” “Nothing Left To Do”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Good Time is Jackson’s first album of all original compositions, and at 17 songs and 71 minutes, the album is an affirmation of how comfortable he is with nothing but a pen and a guitar. His belief in small-town Southern values (“Small Town Southern Man,” “Country Boy”) is as unwavering as his love for a honky-tonk tradition that will never die (“When the Love Factor’s High,” “Nothing Left To Do”).

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
400 Ratings

400 Ratings

Miles12287 ,

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.

Colbert Fan ,

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.

AppleMusic0023 ,

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)

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