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    Favorite Non-Singles

    It's been a bit slow on the board as of late, so I thought, maybe we could list our favorite track from each album that was NOT a single.

    Garth Brooks: Cowboy Bill
    No Fences: New Way to Fly
    Ropin' The Wind: Against the Grain
    The Chase: Mr. Right
    In Pieces: The Night I Called the Old Man Out
    Fresh Horses: Cowboys and Angels
    Sevens: Fit For a King
    Chris Gaines: That's the Way I Remember It
    Scarecrow: Mr. Midnight
    The Lost Sessions: For a Minute There
    Man Against Machine: Fish
    Gunslinger: Whiskey to Wine

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    According to Wikipedia, "That's the Way I Remember It" was released as a single.

    Anyway, my choices:

    Garth Brooks: "Cowboy Bill"
    No Fences: "Mr. Blue"
    Ropin' The Wind: "In Lonesome Dove"
    The Chase: "Face To Face"
    In Pieces: "The Night Will Only Know"
    Fresh Horses: "Ireland"
    Sevens: "How You Ever Gonna Know"
    In The Life of Chris Gaines: "Digging For Gold"
    Scarecrow: "Mr. Midnight"
    Man Against Machine: "You Wreck Me"
    Gunslinger: "8teen" (assuming it isn't released as a single)

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    GB: Alabama Clay
    NF: New Way to Fly
    RTW: In Lonesome Dove
    TC : Night Rider's Lament
    IP: The Cowboy Song
    FH: The Old Stuff
    S: How You Ever Gonna Know
    S: Mr Midnight
    LS: You Can't Help Who You Love
    MAM: All American Kid
    G: (hopeful it's a single ) Ask Me How I Know
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    Garth Brooks: I Know One
    No Fences: Wolves
    Ropin' The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Night Rider's Lament
    In Pieces: The Cowboy Song
    Fresh Horses: Ireland
    Sevens: I Don't Have to Wonder
    Chris Gaines: Maybe
    Scarecrow: Don't Cross the River
    The Lost Sessions: Meet Me in Love
    Man Against Machine: Midnight Train
    Gunslinger: Honky-Tonk Somewhere


    Some of these were really hard to narrow it down to just one, since some of the songs I chose run dead heats with other songs on the albums that I like just as much! For example, on RTW I like Against the Grain 99% as much as I like In Lonesome Dove, and on Fresh Horses, The Old Stuff is a near tie with Ireland. Same with Belleau Wood and I Don't Have to Wonder on Sevens. On Scarecrow, it was really hard to choose between Rodeo or Mexico and Don't Cross the River. With Gunslinger, it's hard to say which songs are non-singles since we don't know what the actual singles will be yet. But for now, it was really hard to choose a favorite between Honky Tonk Somewhere and Whiskey to Wine.

    Good topic.

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    dang, gonna have to think hard about this one... maybe do a more 'in depth' version later


    Garth Brooks:
    Cowboy bill (or uptown down home good old boy but I do'n remember if that saw a release)

    No Fences: Wolves
    Ropin The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Night Rider's Lament
    In Pieces: The Cowboy Song
    Fresh horses: prob. Cowboys and Angels...
    7's: I Don't have to wonder
    CG: Main Street (don't THINK it was a single)
    SC: Mr Midnight
    TLS: Please Operator
    MAM: Cold Like That
    GS: hard to tell cause there's no way to totally know what will be a single.. but for now? He Really Loves You
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    My non-singles favs

    Garth Brooks: Cowboy Bill
    No Fences: This Ain't Tennessee
    Ropin' The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Every Now and Than
    In Pieces: Anonymous
    Fresh Horses: Ireland
    Sevens: You Move Me
    Chris Gaines: Main Street
    Scarecrow: Pushing Up Daisies
    The Lost Sessions: Allison Miranda
    Man Against Machine: Midnight Train
    Gunslinger: Ask Me How I Know

    Miss the old days.

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    Garth Brooks: Nobody gets off in this town
    No Fences : A New way to fly.
    Ropin: Lonesome dove
    The Chase: Mr Right
    In Pieces: The Night will only Know
    Fresh Horses: The Old Stuff
    Sevens: A friend to me
    Scarecrow: Big Money
    MAM: Fish
    Gunslinger: Honky Tonk Somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by stegie77 View Post
    My non-singles favs

    Garth Brooks: Cowboy Bill
    No Fences: This Ain't Tennessee
    Ropin' The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Every Now and Than
    In Pieces: Anonymous
    Fresh Horses: Ireland
    Sevens: You Move Me
    Chris Gaines: Main Street
    Scarecrow: Pushing Up Daisies
    The Lost Sessions: Allison Miranda
    Man Against Machine: Midnight Train
    Gunslinger: Ask Me How I Know

    Miss the old days.
    I think You Move Me was a single, wasn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Isle View Post
    I think You Move Me was a single, wasn't it?
    It was.. You Move Me was the last single of 5 released off that album. It was released August 24th, 1998
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    Main Street was also a single, I've got a copy or two of the promo cd

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    Garth Brooks: I Know One
    No Fences: Wolves
    Ropin' The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Every Now and Then
    In Pieces: The Red Strokes (Never a single in the States, just a video release)
    Fresh Horses: The Old Stuff
    Sevens: I Don't Have to Wonder
    Chris Gaines: Maybe
    Scarecrow: Why Ain't I Running
    The Lost Sessions: My Baby No Esta Aqui
    Man Against Machine: Cold Like That
    Gunslinger: Ask Me How I Know

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouSoundBitter View Post
    Garth Brooks: I Know One
    No Fences: Wolves
    Ropin' The Wind: In Lonesome Dove
    The Chase: Every Now and Then
    In Pieces: The Red Strokes (Never a single in the States, just a video release)
    Fresh Horses: The Old Stuff
    Sevens: I Don't Have to Wonder
    Chris Gaines: Maybe
    Scarecrow: Why Ain't I Running
    The Lost Sessions: My Baby No Esta Aqui
    Man Against Machine: Cold Like That
    Gunslinger: Ask Me How I Know
    The Red Strokes would have definitely gotten my vote, but since he made the video I assumed it had been released as a single.

    I'm pretty sure, however, that Why Ain't I Running was a single. According to Wikipedia it reached #24 on the Country charts.

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    1. For a Minute There (2005 a year in my life where it was just nothing but death and heartbreak and this song could not come at a better time)
    2. Every Now and Then (I compare this song to a beautiful water-color painting everything about it was just perfect)
    3. Same Old Story (I just usually like it because I visualize a music video out of this)
    4. When There's No One Around (Mostly because I'm an introvert)
    5. Burning Bridges (I know how the character feels in this song and how hurt I might get over losing people because of my tendency to not really accept more friends)
    6. Face to Face (Symbolizes everything I've either been through or witnessed other people doing and basically helped solidify my stance against people who think rape and bullying are cool)
    7. The Night Will Only Know (Stephen King eat your heart out)
    8. Rodeo or Mexico (Always thought that song was pretty funny)
    9. Under the Table (Old School Garth for the modern day fan)
    10. Wolves (Like 'Every Now and Then' this is just one of those that was well crafted)

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    Every Now and Then
    This Ain't Tennessee
    Which One of Them

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    GB: "Uptown Down Home Good Ol' Boy"
    NF: "This Ain't Tennessee"
    RTW: "Burning Bridges"
    TC: "Every Now and Then"
    IP: "The Night I Called the Old Man Out"
    FH: (N/A other than some of the singles I really don't care for any album tracks off this record)
    7's: "I Don't Have to Wonder"
    Scarecrow: (same scenario as Fresh Horses)
    TLS: "Meet Me in Love"
    BIAOMR: "Don't Close Your Eyes"
    MAM: "Midnight Train"
    GS: "Cowboys and Friends"

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    TRS was released as a single over seas.

    I don't believe WAIR was ever officially released but just chatted with the album release. Just 6 or 7 of the songs off FH when it was released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouSoundBitter View Post
    I don't believe WAIR was ever officially released but just chatted with the album release. Just 6 or 7 of the songs off FH when it was released.
    According to GB.com, here are the singles that were released from each album:

    GB:
    “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”
    “If Tomorrow Never Comes”
    “Not Counting You”
    “The Dance”

    NF:
    “Friends in Low Places”
    “Unanswered Prayers”
    “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House”
    “The Thunder Rolls”
    (And I guess I would add "Wild Horses" to the list since it was released later on)

    RTW:
    “Rodeo”
    “Shameless”
    “What She’s Doing Now”
    “Papa Loved Mama”
    “The River”

    TC:
    “We Shall Be Free”
    “Somewhere Other Than The Night”
    “Learning To Live Again”
    “That Summer”

    IP:
    “Ain’t Going Down (’Til The Sun Comes Up)”
    “American Honky-Tonk Bar Association”
    “Callin’ Baton Rouge”
    “Standing Outside The Fire”
    “One Night A Day”

    FH:
    “She’s Every Woman”
    “The Beaches of Cheyenne”
    “That Ol’ Wind”
    “It’s Midnight Cinderella”
    “The Fever”
    “The Change”
    (Again, I would also add "To Make You Feel My Love" to the list since it was released later on)

    7's:
    “In Another’s Eyes” (The duet with Trisha Yearwood)
    “Longneck Bottle”
    “She’s Gonna Make It”
    “Two Pina Coladas”
    “You Move Me”
    “Do What You Gotta Do”

    SC:
    “Wrapped Up In You”
    “Squeeze Me In” (The duet with Trisha Yearwood)
    “Thicker Than Blood”
    “Why Ain’t I Running”
    “Good Ride Cowboy” (The tribute to Chris LeDoux)
    “More Than A Memory”
    (And I'm pretty sure "When You Come Back to Me Again" was also previously officially released as a single to promote the Frequency soundtrack)

    MAM:
    "People Loving People"
    "Mom"


    I don't remember what songs from Double Live were released as singles. I think it was only "It's Your Song", right?

    As for Chris Gaines, I was under the impression that only "Lost in You" and "It Don't Matter to the Sun" were released as singles, but Bitter mentioned above that "Main Street" was also released.

    From The Lost Sessions, I think only "Good Ride Cowboy" (which on GB.com is associated with Scarecrow) and "Love Will Always Win" were official singles, but I'm not positive.

    Similarly, from The Ultimate Hits, I know "More Than a Memory" was released (which again is associated with Scarecrow on GB.com), but I seem to remember that "Workin for a Livin" and "Midnight Sun" were also singles, but I'm not 100% sure.

    Finally, the only song I ever heard from BIAOMR on the radio was "After the Fire is Gone". Were any of the other songs released as singles?
    Last edited by Emerald Isle; 01-23-2017 at 04:56 PM.

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    You Wreck Me was released as a single overseas. Right Now off Chris Gaines had a promo cd to radio too. You are right about WYCBTMA. I don't recall if Tearing It Up was ever released or not off DL...hmmm

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