- Summary: Working again with longtime producer Allen Reynolds, Brooks' first country-pop album in four years includes duets with George Jones and Trisha Yearwood. If Brooks' claims are to be believed, this will also be his farewell album.
- Record Label: Capitol
- Genre(s): Country
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Entertainment WeeklyWhile the rhythm numbers settle into an amiable groove, the singer occasionally sinks under the gravity of pensive ballads that seldom rise above melodrama. [7 Dec 2001, p.105]
Positive: 4 out of 4
Mixed: 0 out of 4
Negative: 0 out of 4
PatHFeb 12, 2007WE miss you, Gartrh, but this is an excellent note to leave on. This album stands up strong next to No Fences!
DanielleA.Aug 20, 2002I love Garth Brooks and its not right for this to be his even alleged last album. Great CD!!
MikeK.Nov 22, 2001Great Album. Great mix of ballads and upbeat songs. Beer Run is something special. Great CD, hope it isn't his last.
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