The Ultimate Hits mp3 Artist Compilation by Garth Brooks

The Ultimate Hitsby Garth Brooks

  • 34 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 2:04:33


Disk #1

1.Ain't Going Down ('til The Sun Comes Up)4:34
2.Friends In Low Places4:19
4.Two Of A Kind, Workin' On A Full House2:33
5.The Beaches Of Cheyenne4:14
6.If Tomorrow Never Comes3:41
7.Papa Loved Mama2:52
8.More Than A Memory3:23
9.Good Ride Cowboy3:26
10.In Another'S Eyes3:34
11.The Fever2:41
12.Midnight Sun3:47
13.Learning To Live Again4:06
14.Longneck Bottle2:19
15.To Make You Feel My Love3:56
16.We Shall Be Free3:49
17.The Dance3:40

Disk #2

1.Callin' Baton Rouge2:39
2.Two Piña Coladas3:35
3.The Thunder Rolls3:44
4.That Summer4:47
5.The River4:27
6.Beer Run3:05
7.Unanswered Prayers3:26
8.Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)2:59
9.Workin' For A Livin'2:44
10.What She'S Doing Now3:26
11.When You Come Back To Me Again [From Frequency]4:45
12.Standing Outside The Fire3:53
13.American Honk-Tonk Bar Association3:34
14.The Change4:07
16.Wrapped Up In You4:32
17.Leave The Light On [*]3:42

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Garth Brooks is a country legend without a doubt. He started his career on A.M. Oklahoma. He has broken records in sales and concert attendance which is amazing. He's a great performer if you have ever seen him in concert. This album his his older work, but it's awesome! He has released a new album called "Man Against Machine", which is great too. Most of his albums have reached diamond status (meaning at least 10x platinum).

His style is a mix of old school Merle Haggard, Honky Tonk, and even a little rock, which gave him 2 Grammys, 17 American Music Awards (which included Artist of the 90's), and RIAA award for best selling solo artist of the century in the U.S.. This is a very impressive career. You should check out this album which includes all his best prior songs such as "Shameless", "Beer Run (with legend George Jones)", "Friends in Low Places", and my personal fave "The Thunder Rolls".
Rene Seibert
Okay I know this is older stuff but I just had to write on this country legend! Was sorry to see him fade away with time!Somehow his songs were relatable to me just like Bob Segars lyrics, you know, like the songs were written just for you!Just yesterday my dear husband and I were in this steakhouse restaraunt and "the dance" came on! What a great song to inspire such wonderful memories.It seems to me back when country music was simpler and less cluttered with bolongna is when Clint Black was popular!His songs have always reached out to me and made give pause to whatever I was doing!Its music such as this that I consider great music, thew kind that makes you stop and pause, or think , or takes you places right from where your at to another place in time . Til next time Red Rene