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Bluegrass Album

Bluegrass Album

Artist: Alan Jackson

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Bluegrass Album
Bluegrass Album

Artist: Alan Jackson
MP3
1. Long Hard Road
$1.29
2. Mary
$1.29
3. Wild And Blue
$1.29
4. Appalachian Mountain Girl
$1.29
5. Ain't Got Trouble Now
$1.29
6. Blue Ridge Mountain Song
$1.29
7. Tie Me Down
$1.29
8. There Is A Time
$1.29
9. Blue Side Of Heaven
$1.29
10. Let's Get Back To Me And You
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11. Way Beyond Blue
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12. Knew All Along
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13. Blacktop
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14. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Universal Records
Rel. Date: 09/24/2013
UPC: 602537514212

More Info:

2013 release, the first Bluegrass album from the Country music superstar. Jackson wrote eight songs for the album, which also includes other originals and a couple of well-known standards of the genre. The Bluegrass Album was produced by Keith Stegall and Jackson's nephew, Adam Wright. Jackson has openly expressed his desire to record a Bluegrass album for years. This spring, a group of some of the best players and singers in Bluegrass came together, emerging in a matter of days with the completed acoustic album.

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