i could see garth doing this maybe
I could see Garth collaborating with Phil Collins in 2 songs
Another Day in Paradise
Against All Odds
Having the two legendary voices together in a duet would be out of this world.
Both songs are beautiful and i think they could pull it off.
Just a thought.
What do you think?
Any other duets you envision garth could do with a performer ?
I’d love to see a virtual duet of Suspicious Minds with Garth & Elvis
Garth & Stephanie Davis - Wolves
Garth & James Taylor
Garth & Billy Joel
Garth and Billy have done a duet on the Central Park tape. The song is New York State of Mind. But I don't think it was released as a single.
Ol' Fartsy Said So!
Billy Joel and Garth did several duets-
You May be Right
New York State of Mind
James Taylor and Garth did
Sweet Baby James
Although neither one of the above songs were officially released on cd or cassette tape format they were however preformed at various functions or events which were televised at some point in the past. Hopefully someday they may show the light of day.
I wouldn't mind hearing a Garth and Trisha duet of "Victim of the Game". Passion with a capitol P. He co-wrote it, and both recorded it.
The last chorus:
GB & TY: "It don't matter who you are. It treats everyone the same
TY: All you need's a heart
GB & TY: To be a victim of the game
GB: Oh you know, when I look into your eyes I can really feel the pain
TY: Standing in the mirror
GB & TY At a victim of the game."
I remember a few years back seeing a Garth video on youtube of him performing "Suspicious Minds". Can't find it anymore but I got a thrill out of it cause my two favorite artist are Garth & Elvis. A virtual duet with Elvis would be awesome.
Also I remember Garth doing an Academy Awards show several years back and he did "When You Wish Upon A Star", "Raindrops Falling On My Head", and "Everybody's Talkin' At Me". I love all 3 of those songs. Can't find that video anymore either.
I'd like to hear Garth do a duet with Randy Travis on "1982", Guitars, Cadillacs with Dwight Yoakam, Vincent with Don McLean, and Tiny Dancer with Tim McGraw or Elton John.