Garth Brooks Albums
Garth Brooks's albums have been spending a lot of time on Billboard and country music charts. This man made country music popular worldwide. He integrated rock and pop elements in his songs, making it possible for country music to be accepted by a much larger audience. Check out these albums that made Garth Brooks leave mark in music history:
- “Garth Brooks” Released in 1989, this self-titled album is Garth Brooks's first album. We can find hits “If Tomorrow Never Comes” and “The Dance” in this album. It contains eleven tracks and has been remastered in a CD so country music fans can still enjoy the album today.
- “The Garth Brooks Collection” Released in 1994, this album contains ten of the artist’s favorite songs. When it was released, it was only available in McDonald’s restaurants. A dollar was donated to the Ronald McDonald Children's Charities for every album sold.
- “In the Life of Chris Gaines” This is one of Garth Brooks's albums where he crosses over to rock without putting his country origins on the line. This album was supposed to be a prequel to a movie where the artist will play the role of an Australian pop singer. “In the Life of Chris Gaines” contains thirteen tracks, a mix of pop and rock songs crossing with country.
- “The Limited Series” This album contains six discs composed of 66 tracks. “Series” boasts of the best songs that propelled Garth Brooks to the top of country music charts. He was able to successfully combine country with different genres, like pop, rock, blues and even honkytonks.
- “The Magic of Christmas” Released in 1999, this is one of the Garth Brooks's albums that do not contain original songs but rather classic Christmas favorites. Composed of fourteen tracks, the album is a country rendition of season classics like “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” and “Let It Snow." We feel the complexities and simplicities of an artist who has sold more than 100 million albums, yet still wants to render his version of Christmas classics.