Garth Goes Vinyl With Seven-Record Boxed Set, “The Legacy Collection”

Garth Goes Vinyl With Seven-Record Boxed Set, “The Legacy Collection”

Audiophiles who have longed for more Garth Brooks’ records are getting their wish.

Garth revealed on his Inside Studio G Facebook series on Feb. 25 that he’ll be releasing The Legacy Collection this fall. The seven-disc vinyl collection will feature five albums: No Fences, The Chase, In Pieces, Fresh Horses and Triple Live.

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.

The Legacy Collection will come in three packages: Analog, Remix-Remaster and Limited.

“This thing is going to come in three different packages for the way you like to listen to music,” said Garth. “[There’s] the Analog version of Legacy . . . the original recordings the way they sounded. [There’s] another box that is called the Remix-Remaster series, which takes all that analog transferred to digital . . . the records kind of jump to life in more of a modern sound . . . louder, clearer. [And there’s] the Limited package . . . all the cool packaging . . . analog vinyl . . . and digital CDs, so you can actually listen to the difference right there.”

At 7 p.m. on Feb. 26, fans can reserve the three-package set of The Legacy Collection with a personalized six-digit issue number for $100. When The Legacy Collection ships on Nov. 1, the Analog and Remix-Remaster versions will sell for $50 each, while the Limited will retail for $80.

[Update, Feb. 27]

The website selling Garth’s vinyl collection crashed on Feb. 26, and no packages were sold. The new on-sale date is Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. ET.

photo by Jason Simanek

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After going through the last two years, Thomas says, “I’ll never take for granted being able to come see y’all and I’m so fired up to play some of these new ones that were made with these nights in mind. I have a feeling things are going to get loud – I’m counting down the days already!”

Photo Courtesy of Thomas Rhett