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Garth Brooks
Released On: Wednesday, April 12, 1989

Garth Brooks
Tracks from Garth Brooks
  • Not Counting You

  • I've Got A Good Thing Going
  • If Tomorrow Never Comes
  • Everytime That It Rains

  • Alabama Clay

  • Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)

  • Cowboy Bill

  • Nobody Gets Off In This Town

  • I Know One

  • The Dance


  • Garth's Comments...
    "This album was released in April of 1989, in the states. Definatley scared to death. I thought the album was very very innocent. And I gotta be truthful with you, every time I hear those songs off the radio or off the album itself, or even when we play them live. I really get that same kind of scared feeling, that I had, way back in 1988, and 1989.

    Whether you get the album or not, or whether you have the album or not. Thanks, for just, the interest. That first album is always a big one for any artist and I, without trying to sound egotistical, I'm very proud of my first one."

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