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The Limited Series (2005 album)

The Limited Series (2005)
Box set by Garth Brooks
Released November 25, 2005
Recorded Jack's Tracks Recording Studios, 1995-2005
Genre Country
Label Pearl
Producer Allen Reynolds, Tracy Greenwood
Garth Brooks chronology
The Limited Series
The Lost Sessions
The Lost Sessions
Studio album by Garth Brooks
Released 2005 (Box)
February 7, 2006 (Separate)
Recorded 1995-2005
Genre Country
Length 38:43 (Box set version)
Label Pearl
Producer Allen Reynolds, Tracy Greenwood
Garth Brooks chronology
The Limited Series
The Lost Sessions
The Ultimate Hits
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating link
(Expanded) link
Allmusic link
Entertainment Weekly B link
Robert Christgau link
Stylus Magazine C link

The Limited Series is the name of Garth Brooks' second box set of albums. (It is also the name of his first box set). The set was released in 2005 to be sold exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores. It comprises his studio albums Sevens (1998) and Scarecrow (2001), the live album Double Live (1998), and a bonus CD entitled The Lost Sessions which was also issued separately. The Lost Sessions also includes three singles: "Good Ride Cowboy", "Love Will Always Win" and "That Girl Is a Cowboy".


  • Contents 1
  • Track listing for The Lost Sessions (Box set version) 2
  • Personnel for The Lost Sessions 3
  • References 4


The set contains the following previously released albums:

The Double Live album contained one of three new covers, themed much like the original album. These covers were of Brooks' live performances recorded after Double Live was released: The last show of Brooks' final tour in 2000, and the special concert aboard the USS Enterprise in 2001. A third cover shows special "behind the scenes" moments during Brooks' live tours.

The set also contains The Lost Sessions, an album of previously unreleased material recorded by Brooks between 1995 and 2000, along with the newly recorded Chris LeDoux tribute "Good Ride Cowboy". Shortly after the box set was released, The Lost Sessions was re-released individually, featuring six new songs, and a re-sequenced track listing. It also included a new version of "Good Ride Cowboy", which replaced the previous version's reference of "Navy" with "Air Force".

Finally, the set contains an All Access DVD, containing footage from Brooks' live shows, as well as a photo gallery and the music videos for "Standing Outside the Fire", "Callin' Baton Rouge", "Wrapped Up in You" and "Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)". The DVD also contains approximately 40 minutes of interviews with Brooks.

The set contains a booklet with information about all the albums in the set, as well as the lyrics for the songs, in lieu of the usual CD booklets.

Track listing for The Lost Sessions (Box set version)

  1. "Fishin' in the Dark" (Wendy Waldman, Jim Photoglo) - 3:43
  2. "That Girl Is a Cowboy" (Jerrod Niemann, Richie Brown, Garth Brooks) - 4:23
  3. "Good Ride Cowboy" (Niemann, Brown, Bryan Kennedy, Bob Doyle) - 3:26
  4. "For a Minute There" (Kent Blazy, Brooks) - 5:15
  5. "Please Operator (Could You Trace This Call)" (Dewayne Blackwell) - 3:42
  6. "I'd Rather Have Nothing" (Mike McClure) - 3:44
  7. "American Dream" (Jenny Yates, Brooks; prelude by Dennis Burnside) - 1:52
  8. "I'll Be the Wind" (Josh Kear, Mark Irwin) - 4:04
  9. "My Baby No Está Aquí" (David Stephenson, Shane Stockton) - 2:49
  10. "Allison Miranda" (Bobby Wood, Dan Roberts, Brooks) - 5:03
  11. "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream" (Ed McCurdy) - 3:31

Personnel for The Lost Sessions

Compiled from liner notes.[1]

  • The LeDouxers (backing vocals on "Good Ride Cowboy") - Jerrod Niemann, Richie Brown, Bryan Kennedy, Joe Mansfield, David Gant, Bob Doyle, David Corlew, Carolyn Corlew, Jerry Joyner, Beau Serry, Jeff Kaplan, Terry Palmer, Mandy McCormack, Caryn Wariner, Steve Wariner, Jimmy Mattingly, Gary Birdwell, Karen Byrd, Tami Rose-Thompson, Lane Rose-Thompson, Jason Thompson, Polly Edwards and the B-3's (Taylor, August, and Colleen), Paul Bogart, Cale Lang, Phillip Bogart, Matt and Karen Lindsey, Cassandra Tormes, Rondal Richardson, The Leuzinger Gang (Chris, Mary, Jesse, and Elizabeth), Luellyn Latocki, Bruce Bouton, Patsi Bale Cox, and Tracy Greenwood
  • "The crickets on "Fishin' in the Dark" are performed by themselves."


  1. ^ The Lost Sessions (CD booklet). Garth Brooks. Pearl Records. 2005. 85420-6001-084. 
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