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Pass It on Down
Pass It on Down
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Pass It on Down


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All Artists: Alabama
Title: Pass It on Down
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Bmg Special Product
Release Date: 4/14/1998
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Today's Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 755174462023


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Pass It on Down

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Pass It On Down
Pamela S Frey | Colorado, United States | 12/17/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Though not a highly acclaimed album, it did feature five TOP 5 songs, including 3 number ones. "Pass It On Down" has an undying ring to it, a song that never gets old. Cover to cover, this is one of the best albums Alabama ever produced, with everything from the emotional "Forever's As Far As I'll Go" and "Goodbye (Kelly's Song), to the hard driving "Moonlight Lounge" and zippy "Here We Are", written by Vince Gill. The harmonizing on this album is very reminiscent of the work put in on the former BMI Song of the Year "Fallin' Again". A wonderfully produced album, this is one of Alabama's finest works."
A great album from Alabama
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 02/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"With four country number one hits and another single that just missed the top, you might think that this would be one of Alabama's most highly-acclaimed albums, but no so. Still, it is one of my favorites of theirs.The title track reached number two on the country charts. It is about the state of the environment, an issue that some people are passionate about, but not enough to cause politicians to take action.Following that near miss, the remaining four singles (Here we are, Down home, Forever's as far as I'll go, Jukebox in my mind) all reached number one. If you're thinking of buying this album, you'll be familiar with most or all of these very different songs. They were all included on the double CD For the record 41 number one hits, which I've already reviewed.So the singles from the album proved to be very popular, at least with the radio stations, but the other tracks, mainly ballads, are also of a high quality, especially Moonlight lounge and Goodbye Kelly's song. The tempo picks up on Until it happens to you (a song addressed to a former partner) and I ain't got no business doing business today (first recorded by George Jones, but also recorded by Razzy Bailey).This is a far better album than some would have you believe. If you want to collect some of Alabama's original albums, this may not be the one to start with but it should be high on the list."