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Album: Everything I Love
# Song Title   Time
1)    Little Bitty More Info...
2)    Everything I Love More Info...
3)    Buicks to the Moon More Info...
4)    Between the Devil and Me More Info...
5)    There Goes More Info...
6)    A House with No Curtains More Info...
7)    Who's Cheatin' Who More Info...
8)    Walk On The Rocks More Info...
9)    Must've Had A Ball More Info...
10)    It's Time You Learned About Good-Bye More Info...
 

Album: Everything I Love
# Song Title   Time
1)    Little Bitty More Info...
2)    Everything I Love More Info...
3)    Buicks to the Moon More Info...
4)    Between the Devil and Me More Info...
5)    There Goes More Info...
6)    A House with No Curtains More Info...
7)    Who's Cheatin' Who More Info...
8)    Walk On The Rocks More Info...
9)    Must've Had A Ball More Info...
10)    It's Time You Learned About Good-Bye More Info...
 
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  • Personnel includes: Alan Jackson (vocals); Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar, electric 6-string bass); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Wayne Toups (accordion); Hargus "Pig" Robbins (piano); Roy Huskey, Jr. (acoustic bass); Glenn Worf (electric bass); Eddie Bayers, Lonnie Wilson (drums).
  • Dixieland Band: Keith Stegall (banjo); George Tidwell (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Ernie Collins (tuba); Denis Solee (clarinet).
  • Recorded at Sound Stage Studio, Nashville, Tennessee; The Castle Recording Studio, Franklin, Tennessee; Cayman Moon Recorders, Berry Hill, Tennessee.
  • All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.
  • EVERYTHING I LOVE was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Country Album.
  • Personnel: Alan Jackson (vocals, guitar); Danny Groah (guitar); Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar, electric bass, 6-string bass); J.T. Corenflos (electric guitar); Robbie Flint, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Keith Stegall (banjo); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Mark McClurg, Larry Franklin, Joe Spivey (fiddle); Tony Stephens (harmonica); Wayne Toups (accordion); Denis Solee (clarinet); George Tidwell (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Ernie Collins (tuba); Monty Parkey, Gary Prim, Hargus "Pig" Robbins (piano); Roy M. "Junior" Husky (acoustic bass); Glenn Worf (electric bass); Bruce Rutherford, Lonnie Wilson, Eddie Bayers (drums); John Wesley Ryles (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: John Kelton.
  • Recording information: Castle Recording Studios, Franklin, TN; Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN.
  • Photographer: Pamela Springsteen.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: Dixieland Band; Brent Mason .
  • As long as there are whiskey, temptation and heartache, there will be country songs to be sung, and artists like Alan Jackson to sing them. Jackson may be a pop star by this point in his career, but he is a traditionalist at heart. The songs on EVERYTHING I LOVE, several of which he wrote himself, could easily have been sung by George Jones 20 years ago, and it is to Jackson's credit that he doesn't try to remold country music in his own image. Rather, he works within the strictures of the genre, preferring to push the envelope from the inside out.
  • Toward this end, Jackson employs the services of some longtime Nashville session staples, including pianist Hargus "Pig" Robbins and hotshot fiddler/mandolinist Stuart Duncan. From the existential bounce of the Tom T. Hall-penned opener, "Little Bitty," to the heart-on-a-flannel-sleeve romantic despair of the title cut, EVERYTHING I LOVE offers new perspectives on the things that have made good ol' boys laugh, cry and shoot their television sets since time immemorial.
Professional Reviews
Spin (2/97, p.91) - "...offers the repetitiveness of pure formula: ten songs, played by the same supple studio musicians who spruce up everyone else's records, with one fun oldie...homespun wordplay...and honky-tonk weepers delivered in a twang worth leaning into. Song quality guaranteed..."

Entertainment Weekly (11/1/96, p.71) - "While so many of his country contemporaries rush headlong into the middle of the road, Jackson still keeps it lean and pure..." - Rating: A-

Q (12/99, pp.160-2) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...just a lot of good songs about separation, fathers and sons, Jack Daniel's, love, beer and television."
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