Double Live Collector's Edition
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Audio, Cassette, Limited Edition, Live, November 17, 1998
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Top Customer Reviews
Nothing about this double live album is dull. Garth shows through his music what a true performer he is, and you only need to listen to this album to understand why everyone raves about his showmanship.
With classics that range from Friends in Low Places to newer songs such as The American Honky Tonk Bar association Garth brings a little rock to his country, and a little country to his rock, and he does it exceptionally well.
Garth brings his own style to country.
In each song he performs he speaks volumes with emotion. Songs like "We shall be free" touch the soul completely.
Other songs such as "The American Honky Tonk-Bar Association" and his exceptional cover and redo of Aerosmith's "The Fever" has one tapping their foot along to the beat of the music.
Whether he is being cocky and confident, or humble and tearful, through and through he brings emotion to the music, and it is heard not only through his voice, and the lyrics but through the crowd, and the atmosphere.
Songs such as "The Thunder rolls" and "Friends in low places" are two songs, in which the extra verses can only be heard in concert and the response to those extra verses is enough to hear it.
Garth's connection with his fans is obvious, and what is even more obvious is his own enjoyment at seeing how much his fans love his shows.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grew up a huge fan of this guy. I have tickets to a concert later this month. Very excited. Bought this cd to get me used to him again.Published 17 days ago by Shane
i didn't buy this - i've no idea why it's showing up on my account.Published 4 months ago by Gregory R Harding
I absolutely love this album. It's easily a 5 star album. But it could have been 6 stars with a slight format change. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Obi Wan
Bought the cassette version and only received cassette 2. The info says both cds, but fails to mention you only get one of the tapes.Published 16 months ago by Ryan LaThorpe