Halbersberg, Elianne
November 2006
Mix;Nov2006, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p116
The article discusses how Alison Krauss produced Alan Jackson's latest album, "Like Red on a Rose." Engineering was performed by Gary Paczosa, who has worked with Krauss since he was 19 years old. While Krauss and Jackson planned to make a bluegrass album, there is not a note of bluegrass to be found in the album. The initial conversation between Krauss and Jackson occurred in October 2005 and the tracking began in February 2006.


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