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Garth Brooks live vs. recorded

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anyone else think garth brooks is better live than he is recorded or is it just me?

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@kayden_S I have noticed that some music artists sound better live than recorded, but I have also noticed that the majority of music artists sound better recorded than live. There are many music lovers who do prefer live versions over recorded versions and vice a versa (vice versa, depends on how you say it) of course. Great topic, take care and stay safe. 


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I like both, but for my 80s Country station I like the regular version best.

@Listener001  I also like both but only with certain artists and genres, For example, Reggae either live or recorded sounds great, the same with Smooth and Lounge Jazz. Take care and stay safe.