What I Do
 : What I Do

by: Alan Jackson

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0828766310320
Item Dimensions: 5050022575
Label: Arista
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Arista
MPN: MFR828766310320#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Arista
Release Date: September 07, 2004
Studio: Arista

Disc 1:
  1. Too Much Of A Good Thing
  2. Rainy Day In June
  3. USA Today
  4. If Love Was A River
  5. If French Fires Were Fat Free
  6. You Don't Have To Paint Me A Picture
  7. There Ya Go
  8. The Talkin' Song Repair Blues
  9. Strong Enough
  10. Monday Morning Church
  11. Burnin' The Honky Tonks Down
  12. To Do What I do
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
He's sold over 45 million records. His last two albums, Drive & Greatest Hits Volume II are certified 4x platinum & 3x platinum respectively. He's hit the #1 spot on the radio charts with more than 30 singles. He's been awarded more than 25 ACM, AMA & CMA awards combined. It's been a great journey & it just keeps getting better. As Alan Jackson would say, "Too Much Of A Good Thing Is A Good Thing."
Swaddled in the usual twang and spiced up by Stuart Duncan's sparkling mandolin and fiddle, Jackson continues his endless exploration of joy and sorrow tempered by his guileless humility. As usual, his originals provide the most power. The joy of "Too Much of a Good Thing" contrasts with the throbbing sense of loss found on "Rainy Day in June." Too cute and transparent for its own good, "USA Today" pales (though the publishers surely loved the plug) next to the finely honed laments "If French Fries Were Fat Free" and "You Don't Have to Paint Me a Picture." The latter, with the line "Your love's like some old cheap magic marker that said forever, now it's gone," is worthy of Harlan Howard. Of the non-originals, "Talkin' Song Repair Blues" may be a songwriters' in-joke, but the Billy Burnette-Shawn Camp composition "Burnin' the Honky Tonks Down" yanks Jackson from his usual laid-back comfort zone into a ripping vocal-instrumental jam. As a whole, the album stands as a benediction to an artist whose integrity and success has prevailed in the face of endless trends and fads that have swept away many lesser talents. --Rich Kienzle

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