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    Other Garth Music

    With the Dan Fogelberg album out, I was curious as to what other albums Garth has sung on. I know it has been mentioned before but I am going to expand my collection and work on Garth on other albums. I have some from the 90's but didn't pursue this while working on his regular stuff. So if anyone has a list or knows where I can find one....I need something to occupy my time and it is so hard to get music from overseas. Thanks in advance.

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    well I'm sure there are some people on here who would love to advertise their own site to get you the information, but...

    what all do you have? that may help narrow things down..

    I know he sung w/ Chris Ledoux, royal wade Kimes, steve Wariner ,KISS, a christmas compilation called christmas in the 90'2, one heart at a time, (a cd single fundraising for cystic fibrosis I believe), george Jones (first place to hear Beer run), TY's greatest hits album (in anothers eyes appeared there first), then a tribute to asleep at the wheel (didn't he play 'deep water' there?
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    Here's my list of officially released songs that Garth sings on (either as lead, in a duet, or in the background), but were not on any of his albums or releases:

    1991 - Like We Never Had a Broken Heart (w/ Trisha Yearwood)
    1991 - Voices That Care (charity single w/ various artists)
    1991 - Let's Open Up Our Hearts (charity single w/ various artists)
    1992 - Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy (w/ Chris LeDoux)
    1992 - I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair (w/ George Jones & other artists)
    1992 - Cheap Whiskey (w/ Martina McBride)
    1993 - Deep Water (w/ Asleep at the Wheel)
    1994 - Hard Luck Woman (on Kiss My A** tribute album)
    1998 - Burnin' the Roadhouse Down (w/ Steve Wariner)
    1998 - Where Your Road Leads (w/ Trisha Yearwood)
    1998 - One Heart at a Time (charity single with various artists)
    2000 - Katie Wants a Fast One (w/ Steve Wariner)
    2002 - Some Things Never Change (w/ Chris LeDoux)
    2002 - Waco (w/ Charlie Daniels)
    2002 - Night Birds (w/ Royal Wade Kimes)
    2006 - If Tomorrow Never Comes (w/ Kent Blazy)
    2009 - Waterloo (on Stonewall Jackson tribute album)
    2009 - A Good Rain (w/ Jenny Yates)
    2011 - Shameless (w/ Billy Joel)
    2014 - Against the Grain (w/ Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time)
    2017 - Phoenix (on Dan Fogelberg tribute album)

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    My favorite three “appearances” aren’t on your list:
    1995 “Tears Dry” w/Victoria Shaw
    1995 “Even God Must Get The Blues” w/Helen Darling
    1998 “Take Me Back” w/Suzy Bogguss

    He’s also on Pat Algers “Seeds” album (93) but can’t remember which song(s).

    (Speaking of Pat Alger, even though Garth doesn’t sing on it, there is a version of Pat singing the song “Forever Lovin You” that he co-wrote with Garth on his 1991 album which I can’t remember the name of right now - something I was expecting for the Anthology that wasn’t included)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBJR77 View Post
    My favorite three “appearances” aren’t on your list:
    1995 “Tears Dry” w/Victoria Shaw
    1995 “Even God Must Get The Blues” w/Helen Darling
    1998 “Take Me Back” w/Suzy Bogguss
    Huh! I didn't know about those! Thanks so much. Just listened and all 3 are great songs.

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    Thanks, great information. I had one more question to ask along the lines of this subject. Has Garth had any songs written by him and sung by other singers without Garth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBJR77 View Post
    My favorite three “appearances” aren’t on your list:
    1995 “Tears Dry” w/Victoria Shaw
    1995 “Even God Must Get The Blues” w/Helen Darling
    1998 “Take Me Back” w/Suzy Bogguss

    He’s also on Pat Algers “Seeds” album (93) but can’t remember which song(s).

    (Speaking of Pat Alger, even though Garth doesn’t sing on it, there is a version of Pat singing the song “Forever Lovin You” that he co-wrote with Garth on his 1991 album which I can’t remember the name of right now - something I was expecting for the Anthology that wasn’t included)
    Hey man- PM me.. I don't know that have those songs
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbkubfan View Post
    Thanks, great information. I had one more question to ask along the lines of this subject. Has Garth had any songs written by him and sung by other singers without Garth?
    There’s “Slow Down” by Chris LeDoux, which was written by Garth, Kent Blazy, & Kim Williams.

    Ty England also did a couple of songs that Garth later recorded himself for the Lost Sessions album, but I don’t know for certain whether Garth actually wrote those songs. EDIT: Just looked it up and nope, Garth didn’t write any of the Lost Sessions songs that Ty also recorded.
    Last edited by Emerald Isle; 11-26-2017 at 03:42 PM.

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    I gotta confess, that "Phoenix" song Garth had done was actually pretty good and I never even heard a Folgerberg song in my life

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElectricOutcast View Post
    I gotta confess, that "Phoenix" song Garth had done was actually pretty good and I never even heard a Folgerberg song in my life
    Fogelberg*

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