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Ultimate Alabama 20 # 1 Hits

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Download links and information about Ultimate Alabama 20 # 1 Hits by Alabama. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:19:40 minutes.

Artist: Alabama
Release date: 2004
Genre: Country
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:19:40
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Born Country 3:17
2. Jukebox in My Mind 3:36
3. Reckless 3:17
4. Feels so Right 3:37
5. Love in the First Degree 3:18
6. Mountain Music 3:38
7. Song of the South 3:10
8. Tennessee River 3:03
9. Take Me Down 3:45
10. Lady Down On Love 3:57
11. She and I 3:36
12. Down Home 3:27
13. Why Lady Why 3:10
14. I'm in a Hurry (And Don't Know Why) 2:50
15. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (Short Version) 3:45
16. You've Got the Touch 4:16
17. There's No Way 4:12
18. Forty Hour Week (For a Livin') 3:24
19. If You're Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band) 3:23
20. Southern Star 3:09
21. Born Country 3:17
22. Jukebox in My Mind 3:36
23. Reckless 3:17
24. Feels so Right 3:37
25. Love in the First Degree 3:18
26. Mountain Music 3:38
27. Song of the South 3:10
28. Tennessee River 3:03
29. Take Me Down 3:45
30. Lady Down On Love 3:57
31. She and I 3:36
32. Down Home 3:27
33. Why Lady Why 3:10
34. I'm in a Hurry (And Don't Know Why) 2:50
35. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (Short Version) 3:45
36. You've Got the Touch 4:16
37. There's No Way 4:12
38. Forty Hour Week (For a Livin') 3:24
39. If You're Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band) 3:23
40. Southern Star 3:09

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Spanning two decades (1980 through 2000), this collection comprises 20 chart toppers by one of the most enduring and successful country bands (next to the Oak Ridge Boys). The hits here aren’t sequenced chronologically, but they come together to play cohesively like a proper album, rather than a collaged mosaic. The 1992 song “Born Country” sets the tone with down-home pride, and 1990’s “Jukebox In My Mind” follows with honky-tonk soul (and a somewhat similarly dated production). But the title track to 1981’s Feels So Right exudes the kind of classic campfire warmth that Alabama fans know and love. And hearing the feel-good nature anthem “Mountain Music” after it makes perfect sense. The flawless vocal harmonies, fishhook-barbed melodies and rootsy instruments on “Tennessee River” fall into place so perfectly that this song could easily take residence in your head for days on end. Craving a classic country ballad? Try the waltzing “Why Lady Why,” especially if you’re burning a mix for that special cowgirl in your life — the song is so good it sounds like Charlie Rich could have penned it.