Garth Brooks’ Musical Catalog Is Getting the Vinyl Treatment

Garth Brooks’ Musical Catalog Is Getting the Vinyl Treatment

Audiophiles who have longed for more Garth Brooks’ records are in for a treat in 2019.

Garth revealed on his Inside Studio G Facebook series on Dec. 17 that he’ll be releasing more of his music on vinyl in 2019. Currently, only Garth’s first three albums—his 1989 self-titled debut, 1990’s No Fences and 1991’s Ropin’ the Wind—are available on vinyl.

“Get ready for vinyl,” said Garth. “But get ready for it in a lot of different ways, like you’ve never seen before. Remember, we were lucky enough to record in analog and we’re lucky enough to be in the digital world, as well. So, this will be something like nobody else has . . . which you guys should have.”

While Garth didn’t offer any details regarding which of his albums will be made available, he did mention that “it’s coming in a way I’ve never seen before. It’s so friggin’ cool. It’s going to be a lot of fun.”

photo by Jason Simanek

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