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88
LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

It's an unusually rich, solidly traditional country record with 17 songs, all written by Jackson, a first in his 18-year recording career.

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88
LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

It's an unusually rich, solidly traditional country record with 17 songs, all written by Jackson, a first in his 18-year recording career.

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83
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Jackson composed all 17 tunes this time, and almost every cut is steeped in contentedness. [7 Mar 2008, p.93]

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83
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Everclear's real secret is their wry humor... [11/24/2000, p.82]

83
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Jackson composed all 17 tunes this time, and almost every cut is steeped in contentedness. [7 Mar 2008, p.93]

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83
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Everclear's real secret is their wry humor... [11/24/2000, p.82]

80
Boston Globe: 

The eleven songs on The Sea are richer, much less accessible, and marked by a sense of loss and introspection. Bailey Rae moves closer to capturing the vividness of her live shows as she allows her bluesier and rock sides to emerge with hints of jazz in her vocal phrasings.

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80
Boston Globe: 

This is another Alan Jackson record that will stand the test of time.

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80
Boston Globe: 

This is another Alan Jackson record that will stand the test of time.

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70
PopMatters: 

At over 70 minutes, remarkably long for country music, Good Time has the relaxed tone of an album designed to let Jackson do a little bit of everything, to showcase why he's a star.

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