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What I Do


Download links and information about What I Do by Alan Jackson. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 44:43 minutes.

Artist: Alan Jackson
Release date: 2004
Genre: Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 44:43
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No. Title Length
1. Too Much of a Good Thing 3:08
2. Rainy Day In June 4:42
3. USA Today 3:24
4. If Love Was a River 3:54
5. If French Fries Were Fat Free 4:15
6. You Don't Have to Paint Me a Picture 3:45
7. There Ya Go 3:14
8. The Talkin' Song Repair Blues 3:00
9. Strong Enough 4:01
10. Monday Morning Church 3:24
11. Burnin' the Honky Tonks Down 4:53
12. To Do What I Do 3:03



Nashville fads swing back and forth between pop and twang, but for the last fifteen years, chart-topper Alan Jackson has sat smack dab in the middle with a big, friendly smile on his face, racking up one hit after another. On his fourteenth album, the laid-back Georgia native offers his usual mix of heartfelt love songs, toe-tapping honky tonk, and unapologetically dopey novelty tunes. It kicks off with "Too Much of a Good Thing," an irresistible hit single with the feel of a timeless country classic, and continues along the same vein with Jackson's oaken vocals gliding atop a sweet mix of fiddles, guitars, and pedal steel. The mournful "Monday Morning Church" features harmony vocals from Jackson's fellow neo-traditionalist Patty Loveless, while "The Talkin' Song Repair Blues" was a goofy and therefore unexpected radio hit. Jackson also introduces his fans to country newcomers the Wrights, a husband-wife duo who wrote two of the songs here, adding their considerable talents to the already-swinging Alan Jackson sound. This is commercial country music at its very best.