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Garth Brooks

In Pieces

31 Aug, 1993

indexBrooks releases In Pieces. Singles include Callin’ Baton Rouge, Ain’t Going Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up), and American Honky-Tonk Bar Association.

In Pieces was just time to smile. It was time to laugh, it was time to get loud. It’s definitely the most live album that we’ve ever cut. I think the band went to a different level on this. They seemed to play more like a band that had been together for years than studio musicians that come together and play at time to time. So this one is all there for me. I like to listen to it loud, and I just love the stuff like Baton Rouge and Ain’t Going Down Til The Sun Comes Up. From One Night A Day, all the way to the very last song, The Cowboy Song, which is definitely my favorite off In Pieces and it will stand up with anything that I have cut over the past five years. Like the other things, I’m very proud of this one and I hope you like it.

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