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Garth Brooks
     

Garth Brooks

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by Garth Brooks
 

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On Garth Brooks' self-titled debut, his fusion of rock & roll and traditional country genres like honky tonk and Western swing is already fully formed as is his gift for extended metaphors. One listen to his signature song and breakthrough hit, "The Dance," proves that, which is why he broke away from the hat acts that he was initially grouped with. Nevertheless,

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On Garth Brooks' self-titled debut, his fusion of rock & roll and traditional country genres like honky tonk and Western swing is already fully formed as is his gift for extended metaphors. One listen to his signature song and breakthrough hit, "The Dance," proves that, which is why he broke away from the hat acts that he was initially grouped with. Nevertheless, Garth Brooks is the most straightforward of all of his albums; Brooks sticks with neo-traditional country on about half of the tracks. He sings traditional country quite well -- "Not Counting You" is a particularly effective honky tonk number, demonstrating a debt to both George Jones and George Strait -- but what makes the album an exciting debut are songs like the genre-bending ballads "The Dance" and "If Tomorrow Never Comes"; and that is the style that would bring him mass success with his next album, No Fences.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/21/2007
Label:
Pearl Records
UPC:
0854206001107
catalogNumber:
1107

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Garth Brooks   Primary Artist,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Wayland Patton   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Trisha Yearwood   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Bobby Wood   Keyboards
George Binkley   Strings,Group Member
John Borg   Strings,Group Member
Bruce Bouton   Steel Guitar
Mark Casstevens   Acoustic Guitar
Kathy Chiavola   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Roy Christensen   Strings,Group Member
Carl Gorodetzky   Strings,Group Member
Rob Hajacos   Fiddle
Wendy Suits Johnson   Vocal Harmony
Chris Leuzinger   Electric Guitar
Dennis Molchan   Strings,Group Member
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Jennifer O'Brien   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Pamela Sixfin   Strings,Group Member
Milton Sledge   Drums
Gary VanOsdale   Strings,Group Member
Curtis Young   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Mike Chapman   Bass

Technical Credits

Bobby Doyle   Management
Charles Cochran   String Arrangements
Allen Reynolds   Producer
Mark Miller   Engineer
Virginia Team   Art Direction

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Garth Brooks 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loveeeeeeeeeeee Garth Brooks. I've heard his music ever since i was born. I was born in '88. He came out in 1990. So yeah i did grow up with his music.