Trisha Yearwood to re-release "Jasper County" with new track with husband Garth Brooks
Friday, January 13, 2006
– Trisha Yearwood will re-release her Grammy-nominated and most recent album "Jasper County" with one new track with her new husband, Garth Brooks.
The album's new version, out Feb. 7, will consist of all 12 original tracks plus the new single and duet "Love Will Always Win" with Brooks.
The song also will be available on Brooks' "The Lost Sessions" with six new tracks. That was part of a box set out in November only at Wal-Mart, but now will be spun off as a single CD.
"We are thrilled with how Wal-Mart customers have embraced Garth and this boxed set," said Wal-Mart vice president David Porter. "To be able to bring them additional, new Garth Brooks releases is exciting - especially when it includes this amazing duet with Trisha Yearwood - it's a great way to kick- off the new year."
"Garth Brooks: The Limited Series" boxed set scored record-breaking
results at Wal-Mart and Walmart.com since its release in November.
The set sold more than half a million copies on its first day of sales and hit the one million sales mark in its second week of availability.
The new release features 17 total tracks - 11 tracks previously unavailable prior to November's boxed set release including "Good Ride Cowboy," the duet with Yearwood and five new, previously recorded unreleased tracks.
The Lost Sessions" will be available for $11.88 beginning Feb. 7 at all Wal-Mart stores, SAM'S CLUB locations and Walmart.com.
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