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Why was the release of Garth Brooks' tv specials, e.g., "This is Garth Brooks", "This is Garth Brooks, too", etc., delayed until 2006?

Garth Brooks' popularity during the '90's was so great that his concerts sold out in an hour and a half. Given the rave reviews for all of his shows, why wouldn't NBC have put the four concerts the network produced with Garth on video cassette and DVD shortly after the shows aired on tv?

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I think it is due to the fact that he parted ways with his record label. He left his record label known as Capitol Records in June 2005 and then he later made a comeback in 2006. He released a new CD during the year as stated at

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