Alan Jackson established his country credentials with
Here in the Real World (1990) and
his own composition I'd Love You All Over Again (1989).
He then gave
his best album, Don't Rock the Jukebox (1991), containing
his own compositions Don't Rock the Jukebox and Midnight in Montgomery.
Other hits included:
She's Got the Rhythm from A Lot About Livin' (1992),
Right on the Money from High Mileage (1998),
Where I Come From from When Somebody Loves You (2000).
Alan Jackson was catapulted to the top of the country charts by
Drive (2002) and its hit Where Were You and the subsequent
single It's Five O'Clock Somewhere.
What I Do (2004) was a lazy and predictable follow-up, and the next two
were even worse (gospel hymns, love songs).
All the songs on Good Time (2008) were composed by him, but that only
proved that he was not such a great songwriter after all.
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