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Glen Campbell

It isn't accurate to call Glen Campbell "pure country," but his smooth fusion of country mannerisms and pop melodies and production techniques made him one of the most popular country musicians of the late '60s and '70s. Campbell was one of the leading figures of country-pop during that era, racking up a steady stream of Top Ten singles, highlighted by classics like "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "I Wanna Live," "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston," "Rhinestone Cowboy," and "Southern Nights." Boasting Campbell's smooth vocals and layered arrangements, where steel guitars bounced off sweeping strings, those songs not only became country hits, they crossed over to the pop charts as well, which was appropriate, since that is where he began his musical career. Originally, he was a Los Angeles session musician, playing on hits by the Monkees, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and Merle Haggard. By the end of the '60s, he had become a successful solo artist, and that success would not abate until the late '80s, when he stopped having radio hits and began concentrating on live performances at his theater in Branson.

Campbell was born and raised in Delight, Arkansas, where he received his first guitar when he was four years old. Learning the instrument from various relatives, he played consistently throughout his childhood, eventually gravitating toward jazz players like Barney Kessel and Django Reinhardt. While he was learning guitar, he also sang in a local church, where he developed his vocal skills. By the time he was 14, he had begun performing with a number of country bands in the Arkansas, Texas, and New Mexico area, including his uncle's group, the Dick Bills Band. When he was 18, he formed his own country band, the Western Wranglers, and began touring the South with the group. Four years later, Campbell moved to Los Angeles, California, where he became a session musician.

Shortly after arriving in California, Campbell earned the reputation of being an excellent guitarist, playing on records by Bobby Darin and Rick Nelson. In 1960, he briefly joined the instrumental rock & roll group the Champs, who had the hit single "Tequila" two years earlier. The following year, he released his debut single, "Turn Around, Look at Me," on the small Crest label; the single reached number 62 later in the year. By the summer of 1962, he had released "Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry" on Capitol Records; the single only spent two weeks on the charts, peaking at 76. While he was tentatively pursuing a solo career, Campbell continued to play professionally, most notably for Elvis Presley and Dean Martin. Also in 1962, he played guitar and sang on "Kentucky Means Paradise," a single by the one-off group the Green River Boys, who released an album, Big Bluegrass Special. "Kentucky Means Paradise" became a hit on the country charts, climbing to number 20. Instead of pursuing a full-fledged country career after the single's release, Campbell returned to studio work, and over the next two years he played on sessions by Frank Sinatra ("Strangers in the Night"), Merle Haggard ("The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde"), the Monkees ("I'm a Believer"), the Association, and the Mamas & the Papas, among many others.

Following Brian Wilson's breakdown and retirement from the road in 1965, Campbell became a touring member of the Beach Boys for several months. At the end of his tenure as the group's temporary bassist, the Beach Boys offered him a permanent spot in the band, but he turned them down when they wouldn't allow him to have an equal cut of the group's royalties. A few months after rejecting their offer, the Beach Boys' record label, Capitol, offered Campbell a full-fledged contract. His first release under his new long-term Capitol contract was a version of Buffy Sainte-Marie's "The Universal Soldier," which peaked at number 45. For much of 1966, he continued to pursue studio work, but he released "Burning Bridges" toward the end of the year, and it climbed to number 18 on the country charts early in 1967.

During 1967, Capitol pushed Campbell as a country recording artist, and their breakthrough arrived in the late summer when his folky country-pop rendition of John Hartford's "Gentle on My Mind" became a Top 40 hit on both the country and pop charts. By the end of the year, he had released a cover of Jimmy Webb's "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," which reached number two on the country charts, and number 26 on the pop charts. Early in 1968, "Gentle on My Mind" won the Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording of 1967. Campbell's success continued in 1968, as "I Wanna Live" became his first number one hit and "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" reached number three. The following year, CBS television hired him to host the variety show The Glen Campbell Good Time Hour, which became quite popular and helped establish him as not only a country star, but a pop music superstar.

Throughout the late '60s and early '70s, Campbell continued to rack up hit singles, including the number one hits "Wichita Lineman" (1968) and "Galveston" (1969), plus the Top Ten singles "Try a Little Kindness" (1969), "Honey Come Back" (1970), "Everything a Man Could Ever Need" (1970), and "It's Only Make Believe" (1970). In 1968, he began recording duets with Bobbie Gentry, and they had hit singles with their versions of two Everly Brothers songs: "Let It Be Me," which reached 14 in 1969, and "All I Have to Do Is Dream," which peaked at number six in 1970. Also in 1969, he began a film career, appearing in the John Wayne movie True Grit that year and Norwood the following year.

By 1972, Campbell's record sales started slipping. After "Manhattan Kansas" reached number six that year, he had trouble having Top 40 hits for the next two years. Furthermore, his television show was canceled. As his career slowed, he began sinking into drug and alcohol addiction, which continued even through his mid-'70s revival. In 1975, he returned to the Top Ten with "Rhinestone Cowboy," a huge hit that reached number one on both the country and pop charts. Over the next two years, he had a number of Top Ten country hits, including "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)" and "Don't Pull Your Love"/"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," which also reached the pop charts. In 1977, he had his final number one hit with "Southern Nights," which topped both the country and pop charts.

Following the success of "Southern Nights" and its follow-up, "Sunflower," Campbell stopped reaching the country Top Ten with regularity, yet he had a string of lesser hits and was an immensely popular performer in concert and television. During the mid-'80s, he experienced a brief commercial revival, as the singles "Faithless Love," "A Lady Like You," and "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" all reached the country Top Ten. By that time, he had begun to clean up his act. Over the course of the mid-'80s, he kicked his addictions to drugs and alcohol and became a born-again Christian. Appropriately, he began recording inspirational albums, yet he didn't abandon country music. As late as 1989, Campbell's smooth, synth-laden contemporary country-pop was reaching the country Top Ten; his last two Top Ten country hits were "I Have You" (1988) and "She's Gone, Gone, Gone" (1989).

Campbell began recording less frequently in the early '90s, especially since he could no longer reach the charts and the radio, since they were dominated by new country artists. Over the course of the decade, he gradually moved into semi-retirement, concentrating on golf and performing at his Goodtime Theater in Branson, Missouri. In 1994, he published his autobiography, Rhinestone Cowboy. Campbell released a comeboack album of sorts, the ironically titled Meet Glen Campbell, produced by Julian Raymond and Howard Willing, on Capitol Records in 2008.

In June of 2011, Campbell, by now 75 years old, announced that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. In spite of the ailment, he finished an album, Ghost on the Canvas, which was released in August that same year, and began a tour that was to be his farewell to the music business. A collection of outtakes from his last recording sessions, 2013's See You There, featured Campbell performing new, more intimate versions of some of his best known songs. A film crew, led by filmmaker James Keach, followed Campbell on his final concert tour, and the resulting documentary about Campbell's life and music, Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, began playing film festivals in the fall of 2014. The film's soundtrack album was released February 2015, and included Campbell's farewell single, the poigniant "I'm Not Gonna Miss You." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: British Live Performance Series

1. Rhinestone Cowboy (Live)

2. Galveston (Live)

3. By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Live)

4. Try A Little Kindness (Live)

5. Wichita Lineman (Live)

6. She's Gone Gone Gone (Live)

7. Walkin' In The Sun (Live)

8. On A Good Night (Live)

9. True Grit (Live)

10. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (Live)

11. I Remember You (Live)

12. Highwayman (Live)

13. Streets Of London (Live)

14. Mull Of Kintyre (Live)

15. Gentle On My Mind (Live)

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Track List: See You There

1. Hey Little One (2013 Version)

2. Wichita Lineman (2013 Version)

3. Gentle On My Mind (2013 Version)

4. Postcard From Paris

5. Waiting On The Comin' Of My Lord

6. What I Wouldn't Give

7. Galveston (2013 Version)

8. By The Time I Get To Phoenix (2013 Version)

9. There's No Me...Without You (2013 Version)

10. True Grit (2013 Version)

11. Rhinestone Cowboy (2013 Version)

12. Waiting On The Comin' Of My Lord

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Track List: Ghost On The Canvas

1. A Better Place

2. Ghost On The Canvas

3. The Billstown Crossroads

4. A Thousand Lifetimes

5. It's Your Amazing Grace

6. Second Street North

7. In My Arms

8. May 21st, 1969

9. Nothing But The Whole Wide World

10. Wild And Waste

11. Hold On Hope

12. Valley Of The Sun

13. Any Trouble

14. Strong

15. The Rest Is Silence

16. There's No Me...Without You

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Track List: Hey, Little One / A New Place In The Sun

1. Hey, Little One

2. Elusive Butterfly

3. That's All That Matters

4. Break My Mind

5. Take Me Back

6. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)

7. I Wanna Live

8. It's Over

9. Turn Around And Look At Me

10. Woman, Woman

11. The Impossible Dream (The Quest)

12. Freeborn Man

13. The Last Letter

14. She Called Me Baby

15. Visions Of Sugarplums

16. I Have No One To Love Me Anymore

17. The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde

18. A Place In The Sun

19. Have I Stayed Away Too Long?

20. Within My Memory

21. The Twelfth Of Never

22. Sunny Day Girl

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Track List: Meet Glen Campbell

1. Sing

2. Walls

3. Angel Dream

4. Times Like These

5. These Days

6. Sadly Beautiful

7. All I Want Is You

8. Jesus

9. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)

10. Grow Old With Me

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Track List: Southern Nights / Basic

1. Southern Nights

2. This Is Sarah's Song

3. For Cryin' Out Loud

4. God Only Knows

5. Sunflower

6. Guide Me

7. Early Morning Song

8. (I'm Getting) Used To The Crying

9. Let Go

10. How High Did We Go?

11. (You've Got To) Sing It Nice And Loud For Me Sonny

12. Stranger In The Mirror

13. Can You Fool

14. I See Love

15. (When I Feel Like) I Got No Love In Me

16. Love Takes You Higher

17. Never Tell You No Lies

18. I'm Gonna Love You

19. California

20. Let's All Sing A Song About It

21. Grafhaidh Me Thu

22. Another Fine Mess

23. Arkansas

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Track List: All The Best

1. Rhinestone Cowboy

2. Galveston

3. Wichita Lineman

4. By The Time I Get To Phoenix

5. Gentle On My Mind

6. Southern Nights

7. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.)

8. Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife

9. It's Only Make Believe

10. I Wanna Live

11. Try A Little Kindness

12. Sunflower

13. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

14. Honey, Come Back

15. Let It Be Me

16. True Grit

17. Houston (I'm Comin' To See You)

18. Don't Pull Your Love / Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

19. Highwayman

20. I'm Gonna Love You

21. Where's The Playground Susie

22. All I Have To Do Is Dream

23. Hey Little One

24. The Last Time I Saw Her

25. Everything A Man Could Ever Need

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Track List: Rhinestone Cowboy/Bloodline

1. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.)

2. Comeback

3. Count On Me

4. I Miss You Tonight

5. My Girl

6. Rhinestone Cowboy

7. I'd Build A Bridge

8. Pencils For Sale

9. Marie

10. We're Over

11. Baby Don't Be Givin' Me Up

12. See You On Sunday

13. Don't Pull Your Love/Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

14. Christiaan No

15. Bloodline

16. Everytime I Sing A Love Song

17. Lay Me Down (Roll Me Out To Sea)

18. The Bottom Line

19. I Got Love For You Ruby

20. San Francisco Is A Lonely Town

21. Record Collector's Dream

22. Houston (I'm Comin' To See You)

23. Bonaparte's Retreat

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Track List: Jesus And Me

1. Jesus And Me

2. Call It Even

3. Something To Die For

4. Show Me Your Way

5. Sure As The Sun

6. Amazing Grace

7. Turn Up The Radio

8. The Greatest Gift Of All

9. The Boy In Me

10. The Savior I Sing Of Today

11. No More Nights

12. Come Harvest Time

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Track List: Show Me Your Way

1. The Greatest Gift Of All

2. Jesus And Me

3. Where Am I Going

4. Wayward Son

5. Unto The Least Of These

6. Show Me Your Way O Lord

7. This Savior I Sing Of Today

8. A Few Good Men

9. Where Shadows Never Fall

10. The Four Horsemen

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Track List: The Very Best Of Glen Campbell

1. Rhinestone Cowboy

2. Wichita Lineman

3. Galveston

4. By The Time I Get To Phoenix

5. Try A Little Kindness

6. Hey Little One

7. Where's The Playground Susie

8. Gentle On My Mind

9. Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife

10. All I Have To Do Is Dream

11. Dream Baby

12. It's Only Make Believe

13. Sunflower

14. Southern Nights

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Track List: Letter To Home

1. I'll Be Faithful To You

2. (Love Always) Letter To Home

3. Faithless Love

4. Leavin' Eyes

5. Good Night Lady

6. After The Glitter Fades

7. Tennessee

8. A Lady Like You

9. Scene Of The Crime

10. An American Trilogy

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Track List: Old Home Town

1. Old Home Town

2. I Love How You Love Me

3. Hang On Baby (Ease My Mind)

4. Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me

5. A Few Good Men

6. On The Wings Of My Victory

7. I Was Too Busy Loving You

8. Ruth

9. A Women's Touch

10. Mull Of Kintyre

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Track List: Galveston

1. Galveston

2. Take My Hand For A While

3. If This Is Love

4. Today

5. Gotta Have Tenderness

6. Friends

7. Where's The Playground Susie

8. Time

9. Until It's Time For You To Go

10. Oh What A Woman

11. Every Time I Itch I Wind Up Scratchin' You

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Track List: Wichita Lineman

1. Wichita Lineman

2. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

3. If You Go Away

4. Ann

5. Words

6. Fate Of Man

7. Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife

8. The Straight Life

9. Reason To Believe

10. You Better Sit Down Kids

11. That's Not Home

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Track List: By The Time I Get To Phoenix

1. By The Time I Get To Phoenix

2. Homeward Bound

3. Tomorrow Never Comes

4. Cold December (In Your Heart)

5. My Baby's Gone

6. Back In The Race

7. Hey Little One

8. Bad Seed

9. I'll Be Lucky Someday

10. You're Young And You'll Forget

11. Love Is A Lonesome River

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Track List: Gentle On My Mind

1. Gentle On My Mind

2. Catch The Wind

3. It's Over

4. Bowling Green

5. Just Another Man

6. You're My World

7. The World I Used To Know

8. Without Her

9. Mary In The Morning

10. Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow

11. Cryin'

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Track List: Big Bluegrass Special

1. Truck Driving Man

2. There's More Pretty Girls Than One

3. Weary Lonesome Blues

4. No Vacancy

5. Rainin' On The Mountain

6. Kentucky Means Paradise

7. Brown's Ferry Blues

8. Lonesome Jailhouse Blues

9. One Hundred Miles Away From Home

10. This Old White Mule Of Mine

11. Poor Boy Lookin' For A Home

12. Long Black Limousine

13. Divorce Me C.O.D.

14. Dark As A Dungeon

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Track List: Here I Am The Early Years

1. Death Valley

2. Buzz Saw

3. Annie Had A Party

4. Winkie Doll

5. Turn Around Look At Me

6. Miracle Of Love

7. Too Late To Worry, Too Blue To Cry

8. Here I Am

9. Kentucky Means Paradise

10. Brenda

11. How Do I Tell My Heart Not To Break

12. Long Black Limousine

13. Truck Driving Man

14. There's More Pretty Girls Than One

15. Weary Lonesome Blues

16. No Vacancy

17. Rainin' On The Mountain

18. Brown's Ferry Blues

19. Lonesome Jailhouse Blues

20. 100 Miles Away From Home

21. This Old White Mule Of Mine

22. Poor Boy Lookin' For A Home

23. Divorce Me Cod

24. Dark As A Dungeon

25. Long Black Limousine

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Track List: Rhinestone Cowboy (Expanded Edition)

1. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.)

2. Comeback

3. Count On Me

4. I Miss You Tonight

5. My Girl

6. Rhinestone Cowboy

7. I'd Build A Bridge

8. Pencils For Sale

9. Marie

10. We're Over

11. Record Collector's Dream

12. Coming Home

13. Quits

14. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.) (2009 Remix)

15. Rhinestone Cowboy (2008 Remix)

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Still gentle on my mind and soul .
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early 70's in my teens you make my heart beat you still do today .you looking good still.
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His music has had a lasting impact on me, his talent was amazing, and he crafted his songs so good , no one could ever make them better than he did. Love you Glen.
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His songs will always remind me of my childhood and parents - my mother worked for a company that had linemen and Wichita Lineman was her theme song for work. Sunday nights were for his TV show - such great memories. Hope he has the peace he deserves.
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Touching and masterfull talent. So many fine recordings Truly mémorable first class artist .Glenn Campbell always chose meaningfull quality songs to record ...
a testament to his longevity.
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I'll say a prayer for glen. There are a lot of treatments to help slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Find a really good dr.
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Just saying a little prayer for you Glen.
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psl067
Watch Glen's concert with the South Dakota Symphony orchestra. It is a really showcases his talents..... . . . . . . . . .
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Man I just love Glen Campbell's music I just wish his family the best of luck throughout his long battle with Alzheimer's.
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If you can get hold of it, watch the documentary Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me. I have been a Glenn Campbell fan for 50 years, but after I viewed that film his music has become even more special than ever.
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This is to a man who brought sunshine to many lives. May you know, in your heart, that your songs will always be in our thoughts.
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deaddirector s t a h l
I really like this guy's music!
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Best of the Best!
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Traveling man, gentle on my mind
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dpplace2
I believe Glen Campbell was one-of-a-kin d , unfortunatel y !

I do not believe there will ever be another like him. The reason being the times that produced him are mostly gone, I guess I should say thank God. I.E.(The Poverty in that part of the USA). It takes a panoply of conditions to produce an artist like Glen Campbell.Gen e t i c s , environment, and other undefinable characterist i c s . I just do not believe they are going to come together again to give us such an artist.

What a pity!
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What amazing singer Glen is! Rhinestone Cowboy has got to be my favorite. Like many have said, when I heard about his Alzheimer's disease on the documentary, I felt very sad and sorry for him. To be honest, I cried just a little. He'll be him I guess! Good luck for the future Mr Campbell! Like m.zviking said, "stay strong Glen"
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My favorite singer in my preteens. First album I owned was Galveston and was special to me since I was born there. Then on TV show and True Grit. A great life and a great wife (love her steadiness and sense of humor, as you can clearly see in the documentary) .
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Glen Campbell - awesome guitar player!!! awesome man, father and husband. I love, love, love his song Witchita Lineman on his I'll be me album. Brings me to tears every time I hear it. It means the world to me.

Stay strong Glen
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Edgar D Short, I grew up in Mena in the 1970s and we played basketball against Delight quite often (I actually went to Acorn High School; we were both division 1A schools ). I remember that nearly every sign in town said, Home of Glen Campbell. :-)
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I so admire and appreciate his talent and strength of character
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Glen is super special. I love how he's so himself! I enjoy his skillful music.
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All you can say is wow!
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tim-luckett
Glen Campbell also played session guitar on over 600 recordings since the 1950's. That has to be some kind of a record (no pun intended). To bad about the Alzheimer's disease.
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I used to listen to Rhinestone Cowboy when was over and over llol good memories
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So sad, his slow journey into Alzheimers. I became a big fan in recent years but always knew glen was talented!
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Great voice ,songwriter and guitarist bad end for a great entertainer
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Yes she is and Glen is..... what you see is what you get Has anyone else been to Delight..... . E D S from Arkansas
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mpreysz
Amazing documentary. . . l e f t me in tears.....Hi s wife is truly an amazing human being!!
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Listening after the documentary
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Sandy I just saw it too AMAZING MAN
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documentary was terrific
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Great documentary! He had so many great songs, and he had an incredible voice.
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Watched the doc last night Heartbreakin g and inspirationa l
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t_heath
I Wanna' Live is a great song!
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Reminiscing the summer when my oldest sister,, Evelyn took me &my sisters to see 'NORWOOD.
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Always enjoyed him
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One of the greats
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mysuzieq2
I saw the movie about the documentary of his life last night in Hickory, NC. It was absolutely spellbinding ! A dignified tribute to an amazing and gifted artist! Hope you get to see it!
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cinmar3
I would really like to see the documentary. I grew up listening to Glen Campbell. My favorite is Dreams of the every day housewife.
He was wonderful.
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Not dead
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Correct, he's not quite dead yet.
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ummmm....he' s not dead?1111?
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Lov you glen rest in peace my freind you'll be remember
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Love him and his mucic...take n too soon.
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God bless Glen Campbell. Many memories for me of his long and illustrious career. Annaleise, Glen's music will endure after God calls him home and he will always be in the hearts of his family and those of us who appreciated him.
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Hi I'm Annaleise and I'm Glen Campbell's grand daughter so this song makes me cry because he has Alzheimer's and I love him more then anything in the whole world
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Loved the song Rhinestone Cowboy as a young lad growing up in England. When I moved to California as a teen I was expecting everyone to be a cowboy. Boy was I in for a surprise!
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