Like Red On a Rose - Alan Jackson

Like Red On a Rose

Alan Jackson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2006-09-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2006 BMG Music

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Anywhere On Earth You Are Alan Jackson 4:14 USD 1.29
2
Good Imitation of the Blues Alan Jackson 3:24 USD 1.29
3
Like Red On a Rose Alan Jackson 3:33 USD 1.29
4
Nobody Said That It Would Be E Alan Jackson 3:44 USD 1.29
5
Don't Change On Me Alan Jackson 3:26 USD 1.29
6
The Firefly's Song Alan Jackson 3:57 USD 1.29
7
Wait a Minute Alan Jackson 4:22 USD 1.29
8
Had It Not Been You Alan Jackson 4:01 USD 1.29
9
A Woman's Love Alan Jackson 4:13 USD 1.29
10
Don't Ask Why Alan Jackson 3:01 USD 1.29
11
As Lovely As You Alan Jackson 4:06 USD 1.29
12
Where Do I Go from Here Alan Jackson 4:03 USD 1.29
13
Bluebird Alan Jackson 3:25 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Red like a Rose

    5
    By Hikergrl14
    Awesome CD. I have been listening since 2007, when I stumbled upon it. I love this CD. All the songs are great. Thanks for listening to Allison on this one!!!
  • Great!

    5
    By Asshow
    Why can't country albums now be like this!
  • Best album Alan ever made

    5
    By 12GAgirl
    There isn't a song on this album I don't love. Lots of memories tied to them as well. :)
  • FABULOUS!

    5
    By Gertrude da Goat
    I find myself coming back to this album again and again. Its a beautiful heartfelt recording in every way. The choice of material and performances are just right. It has a calming influence over me every time I listen to it. Mostly made up of ballads, it never gets schmaltzy. Well done, Alan. I rank this among your very best!
  • Best Alan Jackson Album So far

    4
    By Shell S
    I love this album it is so romantic and jazzy. Alison Krauss is the most talented artist alive and she did such a great job with this album. Alan sounds so great doing the tender stuff, Remember When is still my favorite of his singles but this album is my favorite of his albums.
  • A Tapestry of Love Songs for Alan

    5
    By JeriCountryGrl
    Alan shows in this piece of work, that he can easily sing a Love Song and still remain true to his Traditional roots in Country Music. This shall one day be seen as some of Alan's better work, my opinon. A Great one for listening and just enjoying. "A Woman's Love" is a Beautiful Song & One of my favorites. Alan shows his range in all these songs and isn't afraid to do so.I admire him for doing this great work. Alison Krauss' producing was showing Alan's range in this one! Alan will always stay true to Traditional Country Music, it reflects who he is and whom he writes about. He is one of the best writers of "simple Songs" as he calls them, but they are much more . They touch hearts. Alan's voice & instruments used, is so great in these songs, Alan really puts his heart in these Songs and isn't afraid to show his feelings. I simply love this one! Next an uptempo one is perfect!
  • I LOVE HIM!

    5
    By Emmy_Line
    Alan Jackson is my hero! I love him! my favorite song that he sings is "Like Red on a Rose". It's so wonderful! I love it! You're awsome, Alan!
  • not like alan jackson

    3
    By chasingjacob
    this album dissapointed me. this album in not vintage alan jackson and with the exception of a womans love every song sounded the same. i absolutely despised the song like red on a rose. GO BACK TO YOUR ROOTS ALAN!!!
  • Not a country fan...but

    5
    By sami2002
    I found this cd by mistake and I'm thrilled I did. It is, by far, the best cd I've purchased this year. 'Anywhere On Earth You Are' and 'Wait a Minute' are flawless. Love the whole bluesy, jazzy, countryfied sound. Alison Krauss did an amazing job producing this. Buy it! You will not be disappointed.
  • Goes Well with Merlot

    5
    By Travis McClain
    This is not the album to play when your buddies are over. This isn't an album to play while driving, despite having "A Trucker's Song" on it. This isn't an album that you want to take to work, listen to during the daytime or play for the kids. This album was, however, made for one purpose: setting "the mood" for you and your lover to pour some wine and unwind. Alison Krauss's production sets and keeps a smoldering, intimate atmosphere and showcases Alan Jackson's vocals in a light not seen on his other works produced by Keith Stegall. Other Jackson works are singles-oriented, and therefore generally catchy and fun; "Like Red on a Rose," however, is Jackson's greatest achievement, artistically speaking.

Videos from this artist

Comments