Garth Brooks reveals tracks from upcoming album

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Garth Brooks’snew album, “Man Against Machine” debuts Nov. 11. Today in Nashville, he gave the media a glimpse of what to expect, releasing the full track list and sampling the 14 cuts. reports that the artist became hugely emotional when he delivered “Mom,” (written by Don Sampson and Wynn Varble), perhaps the most personal cut on the album:

One song in particular meant more than any other, and it was the only track of the 11 played from the album that he chose to grab his guitar and perform live with. Everyone knows how much I loved my mom, he said, pausing to take a deep breath. Why no one has ever written this song before I don’t know, why I never wrote it before I don’t know, but I’m grateful Don Sampson and Wynn Varble did. It’s a conversation between God and a little unborn baby. It took me almost a month to get it together to record it. My producer finally told me to man up and do it. I’m gonna try to do it for you now. By the time Brooks finished Mom, there wasn’t a dry eye in the room.

Here’s the full track listing:

1. Man Against Machine

Larry Bastian/Jenny Yates/Garth Brooks

2. She’s Tired of Boys

Amanda Williams/Garth Brooks

3. Cold Like That

Steven Lee Olsen/Melissa Peirce/Chris Wallin

4. All-American Kid

Craig Campbell/Brice Long/Terry McBride

5. Mom

Don Sampson/Wynn Varble

6. Wrong About You

Adam Wright

7. Rodeo and Juliet

Bryan Kennedy/Garth Brooks

8. Midnight Train

Melissa Peirce/Matthew A. Rossi

9. Cowboys Forever

Wynn Varble/John Martin/Dean Dillon

10. People Loving People

Lee Miller/Chris Wallin/busbee

11. Send ‘Em On Down the Road

Marc Beeson/Allen Shamblin

12. Fish

Chris Wallin/Wynn Varble

13. You Wreck Me

Stephanie Bentley/Kevin Kadish/Dan Muckala

14. Tacoma

Caitlyn Smith/Bob DiPiero

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