Alan Jackson Thirty Miles West Review

Alan Jackson Does It Again With Thirty Miles West.

Alan Jackson released Thirty Miles West this summer with “Long Way To Go” as the first single and “So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore” as his second.

You Go Your Way” is his current single and it has that classic Jackson feel. Nothing in your face or over-the-top, just the way we like! One of my favorite tracks from this album is “Her Life’s A Song.” I, along with every other girl out there, can relate to it so much. It really isn’t that hard to relate to actually, but you all know when you hear a song for the first time and it reminds you of yourself, you get extremely happy! This song will do that!

Dixie Highway” was recorded with Zac Brown, it has a quick count and is full of Georgia pride! This is not the boys first collaboration, Jackson was featured on ZBB’s album You Get What You Give with “As She’s Walking Away.” “Dixie Highway” is nominated for a 2012 CMA Award in the Musical Event of the Year category.

When I Saw You Leaving” is one of those songs I could listen to over and over. It just sounds so pretty!

This record is full of beautiful fiddle and steel sounds, so obviously I’m in love! Thirty Miles West has a great balance and flow throughout, and I wouldn’t expect anything less from Jackson!

If you haven’t already, I really encourage you to pick this album up to add to your collection!

Thirty Miles West Track Listing:

1. Gonna Come Back As A Country Song
2. You Go Your Way
3. Everything But The Wings
4. Talk Is Cheap
5. So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore
6. Look Her In The Eye And Lie
7. Dixie Highway (feat. Zac Brown)
8. She Don’t Get High
9. Her Life’s A Song
10. Nothin’ Fancy
11. Long Way To Go
12. Life Keeps Bringing Me Down
13. When I Saw You Leaving (For Nisey)

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