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34 Number Ones

Alan Jackson

CD  |  Country  |  26 Nov 2010


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Alan Jackson 34 Number Ones CD




This year, superstar Alan Jackson is celebrating the 20-year anniversary of his debut album, and he’s doing it in style with the November 23 release of 34 Number Ones, a career-spanning, double-disc collection featuring all 34 of Jackson’s #1 hits. With 37 songs in all, the project will also include two rare tracks and the new single, “As She’s Walking Away,” with Zac Brown Band featuring Alan Jackson.

Alongside Alan’s first chart-topper, 1990’s “Here in the Real World,” fans will find such enduring favourites as “Gone Country” (1995); Jackson’s poignant, GRAMMY-winning “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” (2001); the Jimmy Buffett duet “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” (2003); last year’s “Country Boy,” and many more. Also included are the beautiful “Look at Me” (previously available on the 2008 soundtrack to Billy: The Early Years) and Jackson’s never-before-released take on the classic Johnny Cash hit, “Ring of Fire.”


Title: 34 Number Ones

Format: CD

Release Date: 26 Nov 2010

Artist: Alan Jackson

Sku: 2193297

Catalogue No: 88697786812

Category: Country

Disc Count: 2

Transfer Format: Compact Disc

Video Format: Country

Primary Audio: 88697786812

Language: 0886977868122

Subtitles: Sony Music



Ring Of Fire

Here In The Real World


Chasin' That Neon Rainbow

I'd Love You All Over Again

Don't Rock The Jukebox



Midnight In Montgomery

Love's Got A Hold On You

She's Got The Rhythm (and I Got The Blues)

Tonight I Climbed The Wall


(who Says) You Can't Have It All

Summertime Blues

Livin' On Love

Gone Country

I Don't Even Know Your Name

Tall, Tall Trees


As She's Walking Away - Zac Brown Band Feat. Alan Jackson

Look At Me

I'll Try


Little Bitty

Who's Cheatin' Who

There Goes

Between The Devil And Me

Right On The Money

It Must Be Love

Where I Come From

Where Were You (when The World Stopped Turning)

Drive (for Daddy Gene)

It's Five O' Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson Duet With Jimmy Buffett

Remember When

Small Town Southern Man

Good Time

Country Boy