Nashville String Machine: George Binkley III, John Borg, Carl Gorodetzky, Lee Larrison, Dennis Molchan, Pamela Sixfin, Mark Tanner, Gary Vanosdale, Kristin Wilkinson.
Recorded at Jack's Tracks Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Digitally remastered by Denny Purcell (Georgetown Masters).
Garth Brooks was the winner of the 1990 Country Music Association's Horizon Award, given to a new artist with the most potential of devloping into a major star.
The Bruce Springsteen of Nashville. A country purist's nightmare. The savior of modern country. Brooks wears many hats (all of them cowboy), but as his legions of fans will tell you without provocation, he turned the '90s country music industry around, damn near single-handed. His mixture of honky-tonk, rock & roll and radio-friendly power balladry struck a chord with middle America, and earned him the contemporary country crown. NO FENCES is seminal Garth, the perfect place to start for a novice, and an indispensable item for any Brooks fan. It features both Brooks' thoughtful side (the intelligently-crafted cheating song "The Thunder Rolls) and his rocking, celebratory side (the proudly proletariat "Friends In Low Places," which would do Hank Jr. proud).
- The Thunder Rolls
- New Way To Fly
- Two Of A Kind Workin' On A Full House
- Victim Of A Game
- Friends In Low Places
- This Ain't Tennessee
- Wild Horses
- Unanswered Prayers
- Same Old Story
- Mr. Blue
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