Alan in “Love” With New Single

Alan Jackson declares that he loves the new version of his current single, “A Woman’s Love,” which he had previously recorded for another album.

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Alison Krauss produced the remade track for Alan’s CD Like Red on a Rose, and Alan admits that he had to get the older version out of his head. “I had to drown out . . . the old way that I wrote it and we recorded it the first time on that other album,” he tells Neil Haislop’s Nashville IQ. “But now, I’m used to the way she cut it, and . . . I mean I loved the cut right after she did it. That piano solo on there—that’s one of my favorites on the whole record.” Alan’s new version of “A Woman’s Love” is currently in the Top 10 on the Billboard Country Songs chart.

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