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Double Live Garth Brooks Album
Double Live
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Live album by Garth Brooks
Released November 17, 1998
Recorded 1996-1998
Genre Country, country rock, country pop
Length 47:08 (disc 1)
53:03 (disc 2)
Label Capitol Nashville
Producer Allen Reynolds
Garth Brooks chronology
Double Live: 25th Anniversary Edition
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Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2.5/5 stars[1]
Entertainment WeeklyB-[2]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide2/5 stars[3]

Double Live is the first and only live album by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released on November 17, 1998 and is a two-disc compilation of live songs, recorded during Brooks' 1996-98 world tour.

The album broke the first-week sales record at the time, previously held by Pearl Jam's Vs., when it sold 1,085,000 copies.[4] It became the best-selling live album in the US since Eric Clapton's Unplugged in 1992, later becoming the best-selling live album in United States music history. It has been certified 21× Platinum by the RIAA (10.5 million shipped as it is a double album), and is the seventh most shipped album in the US.[5] By 2012, it had sold 6,017,000 copies.[6]

Double Live was re-released on September 5, 2014, as Double Live: 25th Anniversary Edition, exclusive to GhostTunes.[7]

Content

The song "Tearin' It Up (And Burnin' It Down)" was originally slated for Brooks' 1997 album Sevens, and "Wild as the Wind" was intended for a duets album with Trisha Yearwood.[8]

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Callin' Baton Rouge" (Dennis Linde) - 2:58
  2. "Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House" (Warren Haynes, Dennis Robbins, Bobby Boyd) - 2:44
  3. "Shameless" (Billy Joel) - 3:55
  4. "Papa Loved Mama" (Kim Williams, Garth Brooks) - 2:51
  5. "The Thunder Rolls (The Long Version)" (Pat Alger, Brooks) - 4:48
  6. "We Shall Be Free" (Stephanie Davis, Brooks) - 4:43
  7. "Unanswered Prayers" (Alger, Larry Bastian, Brooks) - 3:41
  8. "Standing Outside the Fire" (Jenny Yates, Brooks) - 3:43
  9. "Longneck Bottle" (Rick Carnes, Steve Wariner) - 2:42
  10. "It's Your Song" (Pam Wolfe, Benita Hill) - 4:18
  11. "Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)" (Randy Taylor, Brooks) - 3:12
  12. "The River" (Victoria Shaw, Brooks) - 3:48
  13. (Untitled Track) - 0:061
  14. "Tearin' It Up (And Burnin' It Down)" (Kent Blazy, Williams, Brooks) - 3:56
    • 1Track 13 is six seconds of crowd noise, added to make the final track on this disc #14.

The 25th Anniversary Edition of Double Live includes the following additional tracks:

Disc two

  1. "Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)" (Williams, Blazy, Brooks) - 4:45
  2. "Rodeo" (Bastian) - 3:44
  3. "The Beaches of Cheyenne" (Dan Roberts, Bryan Kennedy, Brooks) - 3:51
  4. "Two Piña Coladas" (Shawn Camp, Hill, Sandy Mason) - 4:38
  5. "Wild as the Wind" (Pete Wasner, Charles John Quarto) - 4:13
  6. "To Make You Feel My Love" (Bob Dylan) - 3:17
  7. "That Summer" (Alger, Sandy Mahl, Brooks) - 4:42
  8. "American Honky-Tonk Bar Association" (Kennedy, Jim Rushing) - 4:05
  9. "If Tomorrow Never Comes" (Blazy, Brooks) - 3:44
  10. "The Fever" (Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Kennedy, Roberts) - 3:40
  11. "Friends in Low Places (The Long Version)" (Earl "Bud" Lee, DeWayne Blackwell) - 8:56
  12. "The Dance" (Tony Arata) - 3:56

The 25th Anniversary Edition of Double Live includes the following additional tracks:

Personnel

Compiled from liner notes.[9]

Musicians

  • Susan Ashton - background vocals
  • Bob Bailey - background vocals, choir
  • Bruce Bouton - steel guitar
  • Mark Casstevens - acoustic guitar
  • Lisa Cochran - choir
  • Stephanie Davis - acoustic guitar, background vocals
  • Mike Elred - choir
  • Ty England - acoustic guitar
  • Béla Fleck - banjo
  • David Gant - keyboards
  • James Garver - electric guitar, background vocals
  • Mark Greenwood - bass guitar, background vocals
  • Vicki Hampton - background vocals, choir
  • Mark Ivey - choir
  • Marabeth Jordan - choir
  • Gordon Kennedy - electric guitar
  • John Kinsch - electric guitar
  • Chris Leuzinger - electric guitar
  • Jimmy Mattingly - fiddle, mandolin, acoustic guitar
  • Steve McClure - electric guitar, steel guitar
  • Donna McElroy - background vocals
  • Terry McMillan - harmonica
  • Nashville String Machine - strings
  • Debbie Nims - acoustic guitar, mandolin, background vocals
  • Mike Palmer - drums
  • Victoria Shaw - background vocals
  • Lisa Silver - choir
  • Betsy Smittle - bass guitar
  • Keith Urban - electric guitar
  • Cindy Walker - choir
  • Steve Wariner - acoustic guitar, background vocals
  • Bergen White - choir
  • Dennis Wilson - choir
  • Bobby Wood - keyboards
  • Trisha Yearwood - background vocals, choir

Technical

  • Guy Charbonneau - engineering
  • Carlos Grier - digital editing
  • John Harris - engineering
  • Joe Loesch - sound design
  • Mark Miller - engineering, mixing
  • Denny Purcell - mastering
  • Allen Reynolds - production
  • John Saylor - engineering
  • Steve Smith - engineering

Overdubs and mixing at Jack's Tracks, The Music Mill, and The Tracking Room

Album cover themes

The album was originally released November 17, 1998 with a commemorative cover. In each of the next six weeks, another commemorative cover was released, each themed with one of Brooks' live performances.

Variations released since the original issue include a First Edition cover, Reunion Arena '91, Texas Stadium '93, World Tour I, World Tour II, Central Park '97, Dublin '98, USS Enterprise '01, The Last Show, Off-Stage and, in 2014, the 25th Anniversary Edition was released including a new cover, additional bonus tracks and a DVD to promote the digital remaster and release of Brook's digital music via GhostTunes.[7]

Chart performance

Double Live debuted at number 1 on the US Billboard 200, becoming Brooks' seventh, and number 1 on the Top Country Albums, Brooks' ninth number one Country album. In November 2006, Double Live was certified 21× Platinum by the RIAA.

Charts and certifications

Decade-end charts

Chart (1990-1999) Position
US Billboard 200[23] 50

Singles

"It's Your Song" was re-recorded in the studio and released as a single, peaking at #9 in late 1998. Two of the album's other tracks charted on the Billboard charts in 1998 from unsolicited airplay.

Year Single Peak chart positions
US Country US CAN Country
1998 "It's Your Song" 9 62 5
"Tearin' It Up (And Burnin' It Down)" 63 -- --
"Wild as the Wind" (with Trisha Yearwood) 65 -- --

See also

References

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  2. ^ Browne, David (1998-11-27). "Double Live Review". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Brackett, Nathan; Christian Hoard (2004). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. New York City, New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 105. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8. 
  4. ^ Grein, Paul (2011-06-08). "Week Ending June 5, 2011. Albums: Gaga's Record Drop-Off". New.music.yahoo.com. Archived from the original on August 29, 2012. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "RIAA List of Best Selling Albums". Riaa.com. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ Sales figures according to Nielsen Soundscan. Paul Grein (Nov 30, 2012). "Chart Watch Extra: Where "Thriller" Ranks". Chart Watch. Yahoo Music. Retrieved 2012. 
  7. ^ a b Whitaker, Sterling. "Garth Brooks Releases Digital Music Via Newly Founded GhostTunes". TheBoot.com. Retrieved 2014. 
  8. ^ "The New Album Gallery" (PDF). Radio & Records: 60. November 13, 1998. 
  9. ^ Double Live (CD Booklet). Garth Brooks. Capitol Records. 1998. 7243 4 97424 2 0. 
  10. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-12. Retrieved . 
  11. ^ "RPM Top 100 CDs for November 30, 1998". RPM. Retrieved . 
  12. ^ "RPM Country Albums for November 30, 1998". RPM. Retrieved . 
  13. ^ "Hits of the World - Eurochart". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 5 December 1998. p. 43. Retrieved 1998.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  14. ^ "Hits of the World - Ireland". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 19 December 1998. p. 55. Retrieved 2012. 
  15. ^ http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-albums-chart/19981122/40/
  16. ^ http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/_/garth%20brooks/
  17. ^ a b https://www.billboard.com/artist/302597/garth+brooks/chart
  18. ^ "Accreditations 1997 Albums - Australian Record Industry Association". Ariacharts.com.au. Archived from the original on 2011-06-11. Retrieved . 
  19. ^ "Canadian Recording Industry Association: Certification Results- February 15, 2010". CRIA. Archived from the original on September 23, 2012. Retrieved . 
  20. ^ "Google Translate". Translate.google.com. Retrieved . 
  21. ^ "Certified Awards". BPI. Archived from the original on 2014-06-25. Retrieved . 
  22. ^ "Gold & Platinum - February 13, 2010". RIAA. Archived from the original on May 23, 2013. Retrieved . 
  23. ^ Geoff Mayfield (December 25, 1999). 1999 The Year in Music Totally '90s: Diary of a Decade - The listing of Top Pop Albums of the '90s & Hot 100 Singles of the '90s. Billboard. Retrieved 2010. 

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