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Beyond The Season Album
  1. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  2. Go Tell it on The Mountain
  3. Santa Looked alot Like Daddy
  4. Silent Night
  5. The Friendly Beast
  6. The Gift
  7. Unto You This Night
  8. What Child is This
  9. White Christmas
Double Live Album
  1. American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
  2. Friends in Low Places (LONG)
  3. If Tomorrow Never Comes
  4. Long Neck Bottle
  5. Much Too Young
  6. Papa Loved Mama
  7. Rodeo
  8. Shameless
  9. Standing Outside The Fire
  10. That Summer
  11. The Beaches of Cheyenne
  12. The Dance
  13. The Fever
  14. The River
  15. The Thunder Rolls (LONG)
  16. To Make You Feel My Love
  17. Two Pina Colladas
  18. Unanswered Prayers
  19. We Shall Be Free
  20. Wild As The Wind
Fresh Horses Album
  1. Cowboys and Angels
  2. Ireland
  3. The Beaches of Cheyenne
  4. The Change
  5. The Fever
  6. The Old Stuff
Garth Brooks Album
  1. Alabama Clay
  2. Cowboy Bill
  3. Everytime That It Rains
  4. If Tomorrow Never Comes
  5. I Know One
  6. Much Too Young
  7. Nobody Gets Off in This Town
  8. Not Counting You
  9. The Dance
In Pieces Album
  1. American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
  2. One Night A Day
  3. Standing Outside The Fire
  4. The Cowboy Song
  5. The Night I Called The Old Man Out
  6. The Night Will Only Know
  7. The Red Strokes
Limited Series Box Set Album
  1. Against the Grain
  2. Alabama Clay
  3. American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
  4. Anonymous
  5. Burning Bridges
  6. Cold Shoulder
  7. Cowboys and Angels
  8. Cowboy Bill
  9. Dixie Chicken
  10. Everytime That It Rains
  11. Every Now And Then
  12. Face To Face
  13. Friends in Low Places (LONG)
  14. If Tomorrow Never Comes
  15. In Lonesome Dove
  16. Ireland
  17. I Know One
  18. Learning To Live Again
  19. Mr. Blue
  20. Mr. Right
  21. Much Too Young
  22. New Way to Fly
  23. Nobody Gets Off in This Town
  24. Not Counting You
  25. One Night A Day
  26. Papa Loved Mama
  27. Rodeo
  28. Same Old Story
  29. Shameless
  30. Something With A Ring To It
  31. Somewhere Other Than the Night
  32. Standing Outside The Fire
  33. That Summer
  34. The Beaches of Cheyenne
  35. The Change
  36. The Cowboy Song
  37. The Dance
  38. The Fever
  39. The Night I Called The Old Man Out
  40. The Night Will Only Know
  41. The Old Stuff
  42. The Red Strokes
  43. The River
  44. The Thunder Rolls (LONG)
  45. This Aint Tennessee
  46. To Make You Feel My Love
  47. Unanswered Prayers
  48. Victim of the Game
  49. Walking After Midnight
  50. We Bury The Hatchet
  51. We Shall Be Free
  52. Which One Of Them
  53. Wild Horses
  54. Wolves
Magic Of Christmas Album
  1. Baby Jesus Is Born
  2. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  3. Go Tell it on The Mountain
  4. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
  5. Let It Snow
  6. O Little Town Of Bethlehem
  7. Silver Bells
  8. Sleigh Ride
  9. The Christmas Song
  10. White Christmas
  11. Winter Wonderland
No Fences Album
  1. Friends in Low Places
  2. Mr. Blue
  3. New Way to Fly
  4. Same Old Story
  5. The Thunder Rolls
  6. Unanswered Prayers
  7. Victim of the Game
  8. Wild Horses
  9. Wolves
Scarecrow Album
  1. Mr. Midnight
  2. Rodeo Or Mexico
  3. The Storm
  4. Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)
  5. Thicker Than Blood
  6. Squeeze Me In
  7. Big Money
  8. Pushing Up Daisies
  9. When You Come Back To Me Again
  10. Wrapped Up In You
Sevens Album
  1. Belleau Wood
  2. Cowboy Cadillac
  3. Do What You Gotta Do
  4. Fit for A King
  5. Friend to Me
  6. How You Ever Gonna Know?
  7. Long Neck Bottle
  8. Take the Keys to My Heart
  9. Two Pina Colladas
  10. You Move Me
The Chase Album
  1. Dixie Chicken
  2. Every Now And Then
  3. Face To Face
  4. Learning To Live Again
  5. Mr. Right
  6. Somewhere Other Than the Night
  7. That Summer
  8. Walking After Midnight
  9. We Shall Be Free
The Hits Album
  1. American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
  2. Friends in Low Places
  3. If Tomorrow Never Comes
  4. Much Too Young
  5. Papa Loved Mama
  6. Rodeo
  7. Shameless
  8. Standing Outside The Fire
  9. That Summer
  10. The Dance
  11. The River
  12. The Thunder Rolls
  13. The Thunder Rolls (LONG)
  14. Unanswered Prayers
  15. We Shall Be Free
The Life Of Chris Gaines Album
  1. Digging for Gold
  2. Lost in you
  3. Main Street
  4. Mayby
  5. My Love Tells Me So
  6. Right Now
  7. Snow in July
  8. Unsigned Letter
  9. Way of the Girl
  10. White Flag
Garth Brooks jump-started country music at the beginning of the decade, raising its worldwide visibility and prestige to an unprecedented level, and going on to become the biggest selling solo artist in U.S. music history, with over 62 million in sales.He's also the fastest selling album artist in RIAA history and one of the industry's most awarded, the latest nod coming from the Country Music Association when the organization named him its 1997 Entertainer of the Year.

This year, he infused new energy into country when he played to the largest crowd ever to attend a concert in New York's Central Park, a performance viewed by an additional 14.6 million television audience. His 1997 tour has attracted well over three million fans since Garth hit the road last March. What those statistics mean is that enormous numbers of people are touched by what Garth Brooks loves to do:make music.

It's clearly an example of how records should be made, too, where songs and performances are the first priority, and time frame is a distant second, where hurriedly finding ten tunes and booking studio time is not even a consideration. Sevens was recorded over more than a year, giving Garth time to road test the material, to add the musical nuances that make these tracks so uniquely tasty, and find songs so representative of the artist's person.

"This is a very personal album," Garth adds. "I only wrote six of the songs, but there are many that are so 'me' that people I work with every day thought I wrote them." In addition to the personal nature of the album, there is an exciting variety to Sevens, a diversity that expresses a myriad of sounds, emotions and stories. The songs range from stone country honky tonkers to shimmering ballads to dark reflections to lighthearted beach-flavored revelry.

While the end result is a seamless recording that moves effortlessly through the fourteen songs, it didn't start out that way, according to Garth. "When I started making this record, I was confused," Garth admits. "At that time I hadn't been touring, and I came in wondering where I was going. Allen sensed that I was questioning myself andbasically said, 'Okay, I'll drive.'"

They recorded over a period of a year, and although Garth soon regained his
confidence, Allen Reynolds (producer) continued in the driver's seat. "That's what I love about him," Garth says. "He didn't back off what he'd started. He brought me songs that were more 'me' than some I'd written myself. He pushed for fourteen songs and the sequence you hear now."

Listening to Garth Brooks and Allen Reynolds talk music somehow makes the GB sales phenomenon all the more enthralling. Ego is always checked at the door at a Garth Brooks session. It's strictly about songs, musicians and a love for what is being created. The man has always been about the music, and the music brought the man success as few have ever experienced.

Just look at the album statistics: His debut album, Garth Brooks, released in 1989,was the biggest selling country album of the 1980's. His sophomore outing, No Fences, is the biggest selling country album of all time. Ropin' The Wind was the third biggest, and the first album to debut at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Album chart and the Billboard Country Album Chart. The Chase and In Pieces both entered the pop and country charts at No. 1. And Sevens made history before it was even released. The debut single, "Long Neck Bottle," became the only single to be added by every Radio & Records reporting station on the day of its release."Long Neck Bottle" debuted in the R&R chart at No. 10, the highest single debut in its history.

Garth has made four NBC specials, all of which were overwhelming ratings
successes. The first special, This Is Garth Brooks, was filmed at Dallas' Reunion Arena in September 1991. This Is Garth Brooks, Too! was filmed over the course of three sold-out shows at Texas Stadium in Dallas in 1993, and that show gave NBC its first time period win among adults (18-49) since August 1992. When The Hits aired in January of 1995, it gave NBC its best adult rating in that time slot since January 19, 1994. The behind-the-scenes documentary, Tryin' To Rope The World, featured never-before seen footage of Garth's first European/Australian tour in 1994.

In December of 1996, VH1 premiered Garth Brooks: Storytellers, as part of its critically acclaimed singer/songwriter series. This intimate look into Garth and his music doubled the ratings of shows featuring rock stars including Sting, Jackson Browne, Elvis Costello and Melissa Etheridge.

Garth--Live From Central Park, first aired on August 7, 1997. The spectacular was the most watched and highest rated original program on HBO in 1997, beating all broadcast competition in the time period as well as three of the four networks combined! The 1997 Super Bowl did not do as well. Based on HBO average ratings, Garth--Live From Central Park was the most watched special on cable television in 1997.

Along with the sales came awards including a Grammy, 11 American Music
Awards, 10 Country Music Association Awards, 14 Academy of Country Music
Awards, five World Music Awards, and eight People's Choice Awards, including Favorite Male Musical Performer for the past six years. He was named Artist of the '90s at the 1997 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards.

Given the past eight years of sales, awards and concert tickets, there's no doubt that the numbers connected to Garth Brooks are formidable. But make no mistake about this: in 1997 the one number that counts is Sevens.



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