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    B-Sides, Live and Rarities

    Sorry if this has been covered in the past, but I'm continuing my many questions trend!
    I am trying to uncover all of Garth's B-sides, things from singles, promos, etc. that aren't available elsewhere. I'm also trying to nail down all of his features on other artist's songs. I know there aren't a whole lot of either so I'm hoping a good list has already been made!

    Here is what I see so far:

    "The River" (Live Acoustic Version) from FILP or The Dance import single 1995

    "Friends in Low Places" (Live Version) 7:00
    "Thunder Rolls" (Live Version) 4:45 both from US promo

    "Wild Horses" Remix - US promo

    "It's Your Song" Studio - not sure where to find this

    Of course there are the 5 Limited Series songs.

    Are there any other official rarities out there?

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    You probably already have these, but here are some of the non-album songs that Garth has appeared on:

    Trisha Yearwood - Like We Never Had a Broken Heart
    Trisha Yearwood - Where Your Road Leads
    Chris LeDoux - Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy?
    Chris LeDoux - Some Things Never Change
    Steve Wariner - Katie Wants a Fast One
    Steve Wariner - Burnin' the Roadhouse Down
    Royal Wade Kimes - Night Birds
    George Jones - I Don't Need Your Rocking Chair
    Asleep at the Wheel - Deep Water
    Kiss My A** - Hard Luck Woman
    (Various Artists) - One Heart at a Time

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    Quote Originally Posted by pudge104 View Post
    Sorry if this has been covered in the past, but I'm continuing my many questions trend!
    I am trying to uncover all of Garth's B-sides, things from singles, promos, etc. that aren't available elsewhere. I'm also trying to nail down all of his features on other artist's songs. I know there aren't a whole lot of either so I'm hoping a good list has already been made!

    Here is what I see so far:

    "The River" (Live Acoustic Version) from FILP or The Dance import single 1995

    "Friends in Low Places" (Live Version) 7:00
    "Thunder Rolls" (Live Version) 4:45 both from US promo

    "Wild Horses" Remix - US promo

    "It's Your Song" Studio - not sure where to find this

    Of course there are the 5 Limited Series songs.

    Are there any other official rarities out there?
    The Wild Horses (remix) is the cut from 2000 that he released as a single.

    Besides what was named a few others:

    Charlie Chase with Garth, and Doug Stone- Out on Her Own
    To Make You Feel My Love (acoustic)
    Thicker Than Blood (acoustic Live)
    Empty Chairs (Don McLean Live Cover)

    and tons of other live stuff. i.e That Ol' Wind (acoustic) from Ireland and Back, A Friend to Me (acoustic) from Storytellers, Why Ain't I Running (acoustic from TV)

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    There's also Voices that Care

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voices_That_Care
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol6vr5_CY1o
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Voices-That-...0AAOSw9NdXt5Zz


    And there's apparently a 1991 song called "Let's Open Up Our Hearts" that I tried to find a few years ago, but couldn't:

    http://www.planetgarth.com/forums/sh...ur-Hearts-1991
    Last edited by Emerald Isle; 10-27-2016 at 03:03 PM.

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    There's also "Against the Grain" which came out just a couple years back. Standard Time and Larry Cordle featuring Garth Brooks. Fun to hear Garth sing one of his own songs from so long ago.

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    He also sings If Tomorrow Never Comes with Kent Blazy on this album:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...dm_ws_sp_ps_dp

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAgnstMachine View Post
    The Wild Horses (remix) is the cut from 2000 that he released as a single.

    Besides what was named a few others:

    Charlie Chase with Garth, and Doug Stone- Out on Her Own
    To Make You Feel My Love (acoustic)
    Thicker Than Blood (acoustic Live)
    Empty Chairs (Don McLean Live Cover)

    and tons of other live stuff. i.e That Ol' Wind (acoustic) from Ireland and Back, A Friend to Me (acoustic) from Storytellers, Why Ain't I Running (acoustic from TV)
    Sweet, thanks for the info. What I had in mind were songs released on cds and such, but I will try to hunt down the others as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Isle View Post
    You probably already have these, but here are some of the non-album songs that Garth has appeared on:

    Trisha Yearwood - Like We Never Had a Broken Heart
    Trisha Yearwood - Where Your Road Leads
    Chris LeDoux - Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy?
    Chris LeDoux - Some Things Never Change
    Steve Wariner - Katie Wants a Fast One
    Steve Wariner - Burnin' the Roadhouse Down
    Royal Wade Kimes - Night Birds
    George Jones - I Don't Need Your Rocking Chair
    Asleep at the Wheel - Deep Water
    Kiss My A** - Hard Luck Woman
    (Various Artists) - One Heart at a Time
    You forgot one
    Martina McBride - Cheap Whiskey

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    I read somewhere that there is a studio version of Tearin it Up and Burnin it Down somewhere out there. Anybody know if that's true?

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    True but it's never seen the light of day...at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fever View Post
    You forgot one
    Martina McBride - Cheap Whiskey
    I actually didn't know about that one... thanks. Can't hear him super well on the track, but still a good song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouSoundBitter View Post
    True but it's never seen the light of day...at all.
    Has Garth mentioned it or something? How do we know it exists if it's never been released at all? Not doubting you, just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jturtels View Post
    There's also "Against the Grain" which came out just a couple years back. Standard Time and Larry Cordle featuring Garth Brooks. Fun to hear Garth sing one of his own songs from so long ago.
    Here's a link to this in case anyone was looking for it:

    https://www.amazon.com/All-Star-Duet...s=larry+cordle

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    About the time of the release of Double Live. If I remember correctly, it was in interviews around the Ireland concert specials.

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    When double live was coming out, garth said they had recorded studio versions of the 3 new songs on that album. Its your song was the only one released to radio. The other 2 must be in the vault.
    'All the way to Tacoma, by then I hope you're out of my mind.'

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    Dang, Wild as the Wind too? This new box set would have been the perfect place to finally release the three of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdewater View Post
    Dang, Wild as the Wind too? This new box set would have been the perfect place to finally release the three of them!
    Agreed! That would have been awesome! Huge missed opportunity there.

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    They could have put It's Your Song on "Anthems," Turnin it Up and Burnin it Down on "Turn It Up" (duh!), and Wild as the Wind on "Midnight Fire." Would have been perfect.

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    I didn't see anyone mention "Waco" with Charlie Daniels
    'All the way to Tacoma, by then I hope you're out of my mind.'

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    Wasnt there a new video of the song "We Shall be free" that had Michael J Fox in it, but it never got released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow View Post
    I didn't see anyone mention "Waco" with Charlie Daniels
    Huh... didn't know about that one either, and I have that album. Haha.

    Love CDB!! But the background vox on this one don't even sound like Garth, IMO. I believe you that it's him, it's just not very obvious.

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    Couple more-

    Did I Open My Eyes (Just in Time to See Her Go) (studio bootleg)

    The Call (live in Vegas with Trisha)

    Waterloo by Stonewall Jackson

    And there's the entire Hungry Years bootleg recording.
    He defies music boundaries... End of Debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jformont View Post
    Couple more-

    Did I Open My Eyes (Just in Time to See Her Go) (studio bootleg) - Where is this from?

    The Call (live in Vegas with Trisha) - Have seen a single cover and have the DVD but is the audio available anywhere?

    Waterloo by Stonewall Jackson - Found this today.

    And there's the entire Hungry Years bootleg recording. - Found this the other day, very cool.
    Added notes above...

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    For The Call, I just ripped the audio from the DVD.

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    I found the CD with the acoustic version of the river on eBay last week.

    Friends in low places and the thunder rolls from the opening post, are these much different to what's on the live album.

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    Does anyone have Did I Open My Eyes (Just in Time to See Her Go) and would they be willing to share it.

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    How about the real rare stuff, you know concert footage from his 94 europe/new zealand/ aussie tour?

    Apart from snippets from trying to rope the world, and his ireland concerts from 97, this is so so hard to find.

    Every show got filmed, so someone must have footage. I remember crazy duck produictions put some stuff up years and years ago,
    but was asked quickly to take it down.

    There must be something floating around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fever View Post
    Friends in low places and the thunder rolls from the opening post, are these much different to what's on the live album.
    Those were taken from either the "This is Garth Brooks" or the "This is Garth Brooks Too" TV specials that he did, I can't remember which. So if you have those, you've heard them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Dale View Post
    How about the real rare stuff, you know concert footage from his 94 europe/new zealand/ aussie tour?

    Apart from snippets from trying to rope the world, and his ireland concerts from 97, this is so so hard to find.

    Every show got filmed, so someone must have footage. I remember crazy duck produictions put some stuff up years and years ago,
    but was asked quickly to take it down.

    There must be something floating around.
    I remember crazy duck productions- that's where the 'dance' soundcheck version came out, where Garth switched it to a rock version- THAT's kinda cool..

    I agree- the rarer stuff is awesome- I'll have to see what there is if anything on the Birmingham concert I have from 94.. (I have one in dortmund too from 1995 but that's kinda a well known boot, nothing really 'special')
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    Crazy Duck stuff was INCREDIBLE!

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