Friday 11pm: Feature LP: Alan Jackson – Who I Am (1994) @OfficialJackson

Who I Am is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. The album was released on June 28, 1994 via Arista Records. It features the Number One singles “Summertime Blues”, “Gone Country”, “Livin’ on Love”, and “I Don’t Even Know Your Name”, and the #6-peaking “Song for the Life”.

Several of this album’s tracks had been recorded by other artists, including two of the singles: “Summertime Blues” is a cover of the pop standard made famous by Eddie Cochran, while “Song for the Life” was recorded by several artists, including writer Rodney Crowell, whose version can be found on his 1977 debut Ain’t Living Long Like This. In addition, “Thank God for the Radio” was a Number One hit in 1984 for The Kendalls from their album Movin’ Train. Jackson re-recorded “Let’s Get Back to Me and You” for his 2013 release, The Bluegrass Album.

Click here for album contents and notes from Wikipedia

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