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Record Details

Artist: Alan Jackson
Title: Drive
Format: CD
Label: Arista Nashville / BMG
Cat No: 07863-67039-2 / 07863-67039-2
Released: 15 Jan 2002
Genres: Country
Numbered: #19
Status Have
Added To List 20th September 2020
Disc 1 | CD
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A Matrix:
1. "Drive (For Daddy Gene)" Jackson 4:02 2. "A Little Bluer Than That" Mark Irwin, Irene Kelley 2:54 3. "Bring On the Night" Jackson, Charlie Craig, Keith Stegall 4:04 4. "Work in Progress" Jackson 4:07 5. "The Sounds" Jackson 3:23 6. "Designated Drinker" (with George Strait) Jackson 3:52 7. "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" Jackson 5:06 8. "That'd Be Alright" Tim Nichols, Mark D. Sanders, Tia Sillers 3:41 9. "Once in a Lifetime Love" Jackson 3:25 10. "When Love Comes Around" Jackson 3:07 11. "I Slipped and Fell in Love" Harley Allen, John Wiggins 2:55 12. "First Love" Jackson 3:14 13. "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" (Live from the 35th Annual CMA Awards, spoken intro by Vince Gill) Jackson 5:47  

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Comments Drive is the tenth studio album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. Released in 2002 on Arista Nashville, the album produced Jackson's highest-debuting single on the Hot Country Songs charts in the number 1 hit, "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)", a ballad written in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. "Drive (For Daddy Gene)", "Work in Progress", and "That'd Be Alright" were also released as singles, peaking at number 1, number 3, and number 2, respectively, on the same chart; "Designated Drinker" also reached number 44 without officially being released. In addition, all four released singles cracked the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at numbers 28, 28, 35 and 29, respectively.

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Track 13: Live performance from the 35th Annual CMA Awards

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