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Name:Garth Brooks Garth Brooks [Country][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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 11 The Dance.mp3

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 1989 - Garth Brooks Info.txt

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 09 Nobody Gets Off in This Town.mp3

5.31 MB

 10 I Know One.mp3

6.68 MB

 08 Cowboy Bill.mp3

10.46 MB

 06 Alabama Clay.mp3

8.39 MB

 07 Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old).mp3

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 05 Everytime That It Rains.mp3

9.64 MB

 03 If Tomorrow Never Comes.mp3

8.39 MB

 04 Uptown Down Home Good Ol' Boy.mp3

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 02 I've Got a Good Thing Going.mp3

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 01 Not Counting You.mp3

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Garth Brooks - Garth Brooks
Original Release Date: 1989
Audio CD: November 21, 2000
Format: Original recording reissued
Label: Capitol
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Editorial Reviews essential recording
If one were forced to choose a single Garth Brooks album to own, it should be his first. Believe it or not, Brooks once studied at the feet of singer/songwriter Bob Childers, an obscure Oklahoman who has written songs more akin to Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt than to the pop country Brooks would later make his cash cow. This debut has a vision of careful songwriting and honky-tonk traditions Brooks never fully recaptured. "If Tomorrow Never Comes" is the best thing he's ever recorded, a gorgeous country tune recalling Lefty Frizzell and Charlie Rich. Had he continued to make such strong singles, Brooks's artistic stature might have equaled his stock portfolio. It never happened, but that shouldn't stop us from recognizing country music this solid. ~ Roy Kasten
Unlikely as it might seem some 70 million in total album sales later, Garth Brooks's self-titled debut was widely ignored at the time of its 1989 release. Most of the program doesn't wander far from the new-traditionalist country pattern established in the '80s by George Strait. Songs such as "If Tomorrow Never Comes," "Every Time That It Rains," and "Much Too Young ( To Feel This Damn Old )" have an understated charm that stands in appealing contrast to the self-conscious grandiosity of much of Brooks's later work. But it was the least traditional tune on the album, the melodramatic ballad "The Dance," that catapulted Brooks to superstardom. The rest, as they say, is history. ~ Rick Mitchell

This was Garth's first CD, and an outstanding debut for a man who would become one of music's most popular singer/songwriters.
He was 27 at the time, but looks like a kid on the cover photo, and he has described this CD as "innocent", which in some ways it is; there is a freshness to the music, and a sweetness in the lyrics. The songs: "Much Too Young" ( Taylor/Brooks ) was Garth's first hit single, and is about a rodeo cowboy, "the white line's getting longer and the saddle's getting cold", and is one of the terrific "story" songs on this CD. "Not Counting You", is one of the few up-tempo songs, and is the only one penned by Garth alone. The words are a clever example of writing in negatives: "There's no exception to the rule / I've never been nobody's fool / I've never lost at love not counting you". It was the second of the singles from this CD, and one of my favorite tracks. Two others that were singles have become signature songs for Garth: "If Tomorrow Never Comes" ( Blazy/Brooks ), a beautiful, meaningful ballad, and "The Dance" ( Tony Arata ), another lovely ballad with Bobby Wood on piano shining in a truly wonderful musical arrangement. "Everytime That it Rains" ( Stefl/England/Brooks ) "And through the dance we both stumbled and with the buttons we fumbled", and "Cowboy Bill" ( Bastian/Berghoff ) are two more "story" songs that draw one in with their well-told tales, and Garth's great interpretations.

This is intelligent, finely crafted, high-quality country music, and Garth's smooth and rich vocals, and the superb musicianship of his band makes this one of the most auspicious "firsts" I've ever heard, and an essential CD in my collection. ~ Alejandra Vernon

Garth Brooks - Garth Brooks tracks:
01 Not Counting You
02 I've Got a Good Thing Going
03 If Tomorrow Never Comes
04 Uptown Down Home Good Ol' Boy
05 Everytime That It Rains
06 Alabama Clay
07 Much Too Young ( To Feel This Damn Old )
08 Cowboy Bill
09 Nobody Gets Off in This Town
10 I Know One
11 The Dance

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