Campbell, Glen

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A New Place In The Sun
New - LP - ST 2907
Sealed 1968 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Arkansas
New - LP - SM 11407
Sealed 1975 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Compilation, Some Songs Only Previously Available As Singles. First Copy We Have Ever Seen. more
Astounding 12-String Guitar
New - LP - ST 8-2023
Sealed 1964 Rainbow Label, Full Dimensional Stereo. Number "8" In ST 8 Indicates This Was Manufactured Under License From Capitol Records, Inc. more
Astounding 12-String Guitar
New - LP - ST 2023
Sealed 1964 Rainbow Label, Full Dimensional Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. more
Astounding 12-String Guitar
Used - LP - T 2023
Beautiful 1964 Rainbow Label, Mono. Clean COH. more
Basic
New - LP - SW 11722
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Hype Sticker. Barely Visible Embossed "Not For Sale" Promo Stamp On Rear Jacket. "If 1977's Southern Nights Was Scattered, Containing Too Many Incompatible Songwriters, Glen Campbell Solved That Problem With 1978's Basic, Relying Only On Michael Smotherman For Material. The Only Other Writer Given That Kind Of Showcase By Campbell Was Jimmy Webb While Smotherman Is Hardly On The Same Par With Webb — To Begin With, He's Not Nearly As Idiosyncratic Or Have As Personal A Viewpoint — He Is, Nevertheless, A Good, Sturdy Writer, Working Within The '70s Singer/Songwriter Tradition With A Fondness For Mellow, Catchy Soft Rock. If There Are No Classic Moments — As There Were Even On Southern Nights — Basic Makes Up For It Through Its Sheer Consistency, Since Campbell Always Had Trouble Delivering Records That Held Their Own From Start To Finish (Even His Classic '60s Records Could Be Uneven). Given Its Lack Of Big Hits, This Is Not One For The Casual Listener. But Most Serious Fans Will Likely Concede That Basic Is His Last Great Album." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Basic
New - LP - SW 11722
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Hype Sticker, Clean Cut Out Hole. "If 1977's Southern Nights Was Scattered, Containing Too Many Incompatible Songwriters, Glen Campbell Solved That Problem With 1978's Basic, Relying Only On Michael Smotherman For Material. The Only Other Writer Given That Kind Of Showcase By Campbell Was Jimmy Webb While Smotherman Is Hardly On The Same Par With Webb — To Begin With, He's Not Nearly As Idiosyncratic Or Have As Personal A Viewpoint — He Is, Nevertheless, A Good, Sturdy Writer, Working Within The '70s Singer/Songwriter Tradition With A Fondness For Mellow, Catchy Soft Rock. If There Are No Classic Moments — As There Were Even On Southern Nights — Basic Makes Up For It Through Its Sheer Consistency, Since Campbell Always Had Trouble Delivering Records That Held Their Own From Start To Finish (Even His Classic '60s Records Could Be Uneven). Given Its Lack Of Big Hits, This Is Not One For The Casual Listener. But Most Serious Fans Will Likely Concede That Basic Is His Last Great Album."-AMG more
Basic
New - LP - R 133915
Sealed 1978 Music Club Only Edition. "If 1977's Southern Nights Was Scattered, Containing Too Many Incompatible Songwriters, Glen Campbell Solved That Problem With 1978's Basic, Relying Only On Michael Smotherman For Material. The Only Other Writer Given That Kind Of Showcase By Campbell Was Jimmy Webb While Smotherman Is Hardly On The Same Par With Webb — To Begin With, He's Not Nearly As Idiosyncratic Or Have As Personal A Viewpoint — He Is, Nevertheless, A Good, Sturdy Writer, Working Within The '70s Singer/Songwriter Tradition With A Fondness For Mellow, Catchy Soft Rock. If There Are No Classic Moments — As There Were Even On Southern Nights — Basic Makes Up For It Through Its Sheer Consistency, Since Campbell Always Had Trouble Delivering Records That Held Their Own From Start To Finish (Even His Classic '60s Records Could Be Uneven). Given Its Lack Of Big Hits, This Is Not One For The Casual Listener. But Most Serious Fans Will Likely Concede That Basic Is His Last Great Album."-AMG more
Best Of
New - LP - R-120382
Sealed 1976 Music Club Pressing. more
Bloodline
New - LP - SW 11516
Sealed 1976 Original. more
Bloodline
New - LP - SW 11516
Sealed 1976 Original. Clean COH. more
Burning Bridges
New - LP - ST 2679
Sealed, Rare 1967 Rainbow Label Full Dimensional Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Burning Bridges
New - LP - ST 2679
Sealed, Rare 1967 Rainbow Label Full Dimensional Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. more
Burning Bridges
New - LP - ST 2679
Sealed 1967 Full Dimensional Stereo Original. more
Burning Bridges
Used - LP - T 2679
1967 Rainbow Label Original. Cut Out Hole. Corner Rubs. more
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
New - LP - ST 8 2851
Sealed 2nd Label Stereo. more
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
New - LP - ST 2851
Sealed Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Small COH. more
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Used - LP - ST 2851
1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original With The Gold Record Award As Part Of The Cover Art. Shrink Wrap Intact. Appears Unplayed. more
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
New - LP - ST 2851
Sealed 1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. First Pressings Do Not Have The Gold Record Award Logo Printed On The Front Cover. more
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Used - LP - ST 2851
1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. "Glen Campbell's Commercial Breakthrough Came By Way Of The Title Track, Which Was The Direct Precursor In Production Terms To "Wichita Lineman," And By The Same Writer. The Cover Of Paul Simon's "Homeward Bound" Is Sincere If A Little Perfunctory, But Campbell's Rendition Of Ernest Tubb's "Tomorrow Never Comes" Is A Bravura Performance, Rich And Soulful, As Well As Recalling Rodgers & Hammerstein's "You'll Never Walk Alone" As Done By Gerry & The Pacemakers. "Cold December In Your Heart" Harks Back To Campbell's Country-folk Material, A Piece Of Midtempo Country-pop. Material Like That And The Similar "Back In The Race," Dorsey Burnette's "Hey Little One," Jerry Reed's "You're Young And You'll Forget," And Bill Anderson's "Bad Seed" Hold Up Better Than More Pop-focused Numbers Like "My Baby's Gone," Though The String Backings On Most Of These Very Much Date Them. The Final Number Here, The Touching "Love Is A Lonesome River," Makes A Brilliant Coda. By The Time I Get To Phoenix Was Reissued In August Of 2001 In A Newly Remastered, Upgraded Edition, With Somewhat Crisper Sound, As Part Of Capitol-Nashville's Cornerstones Series." Bruce Eder, AMG more
Galveston
New - LP - ST 210
Sealed Stereo Original. more
Galveston
New - LP - ST 210
Factory Sealed Heavy Vinyl Stereo. Label Variation Unknown. more
Galveston
Used - LP - ST8 0210
1970's Green Label Club Edition. more
Galveston
New - LP - ST 210
Sealed Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Galveston
Used - LP - SPC 3701
1979 Remastered Edition. more
Gentle On My Mind
Used - LP - ST 2809
1968 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. The Best Of His Early Albums. Jacket Is Pristine, Vinyl Has Light Stress Marks That Do Not Affect Play. more
Gentle On My Mind
Used - LP - ST 2809
1968 Rainbow Label Original Still In Shrink. Glen Campbell's "Gentle On My Mind" is a timeless classic that has stood the test of time since its initial release in 1967. The album showcases Campbell's exceptional musicianship, effortless vocals, and superb songwriting skills. The title track, "Gentle On My Mind," is an absolute masterpiece that epitomizes Campbell's ability to tell a story through his music. The album also includes other great songs like "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Burning Bridges," and "Just Another Man." Campbell's versatility is evident in the range of styles he incorporates in the album, including country, folk, and pop. The arrangements are beautifully crafted, and the instrumentation is impeccable. The album is a perfect amalgamation of Campbell's artistry and his ability to connect with his audience through his music. "Gentle On My Mind" is a testament to Campbell's lasting legacy and a must-listen for anyone who appreciates great music. more
Gentle On My Mind
New - LP - ST 2809
Sealed 1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. The Best Of His Early Albums. Tiny COH. more
Gentle On My MInd
New - LP - ST 2809
Sealed 1967 Vinyl. Second Jacket With Gold Record Award Incorporated Into Artwork, But Probably A Rainbow Label. more
Gentle On My Mind
New - LP - T 2809
Sealed 1967 Mono Original With Small Cut Out Hole. more
Gentle On My Mind
Used - LP - ST 2809
1968 Rainbow Stereo Early Pressing. more
Ghost On The Canvas
Used - LP - 1 528918
2011 Original Pressing. “Few Artists Get The Luxury Of Crafting Their Final Album As A Conscious Farewell, But Glen Campbell Isn’t Just Any Artist. Campbell Is A Titan With A Legacy That Begins Before He Started To Record Solo Albums, So If Anyone Deserves To Craft A Career-Capping Final Record It Is He, Even If This Opportunity Is Bittersweet, Tainted By The Knowledge That He Was Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Sometime During Its Recording. His Disease Does Hang Over Ghost On The Canvas, Its Sadness Surfacing On The Instrumental Interstitials Written By Roger Manning, But This Album Bears None Of The Ghoulish Fetishization Of Death That Haunts Rick Rubin’s Latter-Day Productions Of Johnny Cash. No, Producer Julian Raymond Has Crafted Ghost On The Canvas As A Specific Sequel To The Very Good 2008 Meet Glen Campbell, Which Consciously Re-Created Campbell’s Golden Decade Of 1967-1977 Through Newly Written Songs And Covers Of Modern Rockers. Raymond Uses The Same Formula Here, Finding Tunes By Manning, Paul Westerberg (The Title Track), Jakob Dylan (“Nothing But The Whole Wide World”), Robert Pollard (“Hold On Hope”), And Teddy Thompson (“In My Arms”), Then Crafting Sturdy Originals With Campbell, All Evoking Such Luxuriant Dramatic Classics As “Wichita Lineman” Without Succumbing Under Self-Conscious Weight. It’s A Delicate Trick That, Apart From Those Too Elegiac Instrumentals, Never Once Seems Forced, A Testament To Raymond’s Skills As A Producer And Campbell’s As A Musician And Singer. Perhaps Ghost On The Canvas Doesn’t Revisit Every High In Campbell’s History, But It Pays Honor To His Legacy And Feels Like An Appropriate And Subtly Moving Farewell.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Ghost On The Canvas
New - LP - 528496
Sealed 2011 Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Includes Download Of Album And Has Two Hype Stickers On The Shrink-Wrap. “Few Artists Get The Luxury Of Crafting Their Final Album As A Conscious Farewell, But Glen Campbell Isn’t Just Any Artist. Campbell Is A Titan With A Legacy That Begins Before He Started To Record Solo Albums, So If Anyone Deserves To Craft A Career-Capping Final Record It Is He, Even If This Opportunity Is Bittersweet, Tainted By The Knowledge That He Was Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Sometime During Its Recording. His Disease Does Hang Over Ghost On The Canvas, Its Sadness Surfacing On The Instrumental Interstitials Written By Roger Manning, But This Album Bears None Of The Ghoulish Fetishization Of Death That Haunts Rick Rubin’s Latter-Day Productions Of Johnny Cash. No, Producer Julian Raymond Has Crafted Ghost On The Canvas As A Specific Sequel To The Very Good 2008 Meet Glen Campbell, Which Consciously Re-Created Campbell’s Golden Decade Of 1967-1977 Through Newly Written Songs And Covers Of Modern Rockers. Raymond Uses The Same Formula Here, Finding Tunes By Manning, Paul Westerberg (The Title Track), Jakob Dylan (“Nothing But The Whole Wide World”), Robert Pollard (“Hold On Hope”), And Teddy Thompson (“In My Arms”), Then Crafting Sturdy Originals With Campbell, All Evoking Such Luxuriant Dramatic Classics As “Wichita Lineman” Without Succumbing Under Self-Conscious Weight. It’s A Delicate Trick That, Apart From Those Too Elegiac Instrumentals, Never Once Seems Forced, A Testament To Raymond’s Skills As A Producer And Campbell’s As A Musician And Singer. Perhaps Ghost On The Canvas Doesn’t Revisit Every High In Campbell’s History, But It Pays Honor To His Legacy And Feels Like An Appropriate And Subtly Moving Farewell.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Ghost On The Canvas
Picture Disc - 822685133121
New, Unplayed 2016 180gm Limited Edition Picture Disc Housed In A Plastic Wallet With Custom Hype Sticker. more
Glen Campbell's Greatest Hits
New - LP - SW-752
Sealed Stereo, Clean Cut-Out Hole. Includes "Galveston", "By The Time I Get To Phoenix", "Wichita Lineman" And More. more
Glen Campbell's Greatest Hits
New - LP - SW 752
Sealed Late 60's Stereo First Pressing Of This Excellent Compilation. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Glen Campbell's Greatest Hits
Used - LP - SW 752
1971. Corner Rubs & Bumps. more
Glen Campbell's Twenty Golden Greats
Used - LP - EMTV 2
1976 UK Laminated Cover Compilation. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Glen Travis Campbell
New - LP - SW 11117
Sealed 1972 Original. more
Goodtime Album
New - LP - SW 493
Sealed Stereo Original, Cut-Out Hole. more
Goodtime Album
New - LP - SW 493
Sealed 1970 Original. more
Hey, Little One
Used - LP - ST 2878
1968 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. more
Hey, Little One
New - LP - ST 2878
Sealed 1968 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Small COH. more
Hey, Little One
New - LP - ST 2878
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Small Cut Out Hole. “Arriving On The Heels Of The Twin Blockbusters Gentle On My Mind And By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Hey, Little One Retains The Lush, Cinematic Scope Of Those Hits While Pushing The Perimeters Of Glen Campbell’s Material Quite Far. Campbell May Dabble In The Mawkish Melodrama Of “The Impossible Dream,” But He Also Sings Bob Dylan’s “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)” And Tackles Bob Lind’s Progressive Pop Standard “Elusive Butterfly,” While Shoring Up His Country Roots With Hank Cochran’s “That’s All That Matters.” The Best Fit For Campbell Here Is J.D. Loudermilk, Whose “I Wanna Live” Is Turned Into One Of Campbell's Gorgeous, Dramatic Epics And Sees His ‘60s Standard “Break My Mind” Given A Crisp Reading. There Are Two Other Sweeping Singles Here -- A Cover Of Roy Orbison’s “It’s Over” And “Hey, Little One” -- That Benefit From Campbell’s Flair For The Gorgeously Grandiose.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Hey, Little One
New - LP - ST 2878
Sealed 1968 Heavy Vinyl Rainbow Label Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Arriving On The Heels Of The Twin Blockbusters Gentle On My Mind And By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Hey, Little One Retains The Lush, Cinematic Scope Of Those Hits While Pushing The Perimeters Of Glen Campbell’s Material Quite Far. Campbell May Dabble In The Mawkish Melodrama Of “The Impossible Dream,” But He Also Sings Bob Dylan’s “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)” And Tackles Bob Lind’s Progressive Pop Standard “Elusive Butterfly,” While Shoring Up His Country Roots With Hank Cochran’s “That’s All That Matters.” The Best Fit For Campbell Here Is J.D. Loudermilk, Whose “I Wanna Live” Is Turned Into One Of Campbell's Gorgeous, Dramatic Epics And Sees His ‘60s Standard “Break My Mind” Given A Crisp Reading. There Are Two Other Sweeping Singles Here -- A Cover Of Roy Orbison’s “It’s Over” And “Hey, Little One” -- That Benefit From Campbell’s Flair For The Gorgeously Grandiose.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Highwayman
New - LP - SOO 12008
Sealed 1979 Original. more
Highwayman
New - LP - SOO 12008
Sealed 1979 Original. more
Houston
New - LP - SW 1293
Sealed 1974 Original, Clean COH. more
Houston - (I'm Comin' To See You!)
New - LP - SW-11293
Sealed, Hard To Find 1974 Original. more
Houston - (I'm Comin' To See You!)
New - LP - SW-11293
Sealed, Hard To Find 1974 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Clean Hole Punch. more
Houston - (I'm Comin' To See You!)
New - LP - SW-11293
Sealed, Hard To Find 1974 Original With Custom Hype Sticker. Hole Punch. more
I Knew Jesus (Before He Was A Star)
New - LP - SW 11185
Sealed 1973 Original. Rare! more
I Remember Hank Williams
New - LP - SW 11253
Sealed 1973 Original, Clean COH. more
I Remember Hank Williams
New - LP - SW 11253
Sealed 1973 Original. more
It's Just A Matter Of Time
New - LP - 90483
First Copy We Have Seen Of This Sealed, Hard To Find 1985 Original, Saw Cut. more
It's The World Gone Crazy
New - LP - SOO 12124
Sealed 1981 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Last Time I Saw Her
Used - LP - SW 738
1971 US Green Target Label Original, LA Pressing. EX Jacket. Produced By Al De Lory. more
Last Time I Saw Her
New - LP - SW 738
Sealed 1971 Original. Clean COH. more
Last Time I Saw Her
New - LP - SW 733
Sealed Stereo Original. more
Letter To Home
New - LP - 90164
Sealed 1984 Original With Clean Cut Out Hole. Emmylou Harris Provides Backup Vocals. Also Features Jerry Douglas, Blaine Sprouse, Eddie Bayers And Others. more
Letter To Home
New - LP - 90164
Sealed 1984 Original. Saw Cut. Emmylou Harris Provides Backup Vocals. Also Features Jerry Douglas, Blaine Sprouse, Eddie Bayers And Others. more
Light Years
New - LP - MCA 42210
Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find 1988 Original. Crisp Corners. Features Billy Joe Walker, Russ Kunkel And Others. more
Limited Collector's Edition
Used - LP - 93157
Stereo Gatefold Original. more
Limited Collector's Edition
New - LP - 93157
Sealed 2LP Textured Cover Gatefold Original. more
Limited Collector's Edition
Used - LP - SWAK 93157
1970 Original. Limited Collector's Edition Is A Compilation Of Single And Album Tracks Recorded By Glen Campbell Between 1962 And 1970. Includes A Glenn Campbell Souvenir Picture Book And Poster. more
Live
New - LP - 500268
Sealed, 2LP Live Set Of His Sell-Out New Jersey Concert. more
Live
New - LP - STBO-268
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Stereo Original. Recorded Live In New Jersey. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Live
New - LP - STBO 268
Sealed 1969 2LP Gatefold Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Recorded At His Sell-Out New Jersey Concert. more
Live At The Royal Festival Hall
New - LP - SWBC 11707
Sealed 1977 2LP Gatefold Original With Clean Cut Out Hole (Not Shown). Features The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Rare! Includes "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Streets Of London," A Beach Boy Medley, "Mac Arthur Park," "Galveston," "Wichita Lineman" And More. more
Live At The Royal Festival Hall
New - LP - SWBC 11707
Sealed 1977 2LP Gatefold Original. Features The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Shrink Has Several Tears And There Is Some Rubbing On The Seams. more
Live At The Royal Festival Hall
New - LP - SWBC 511707
Sealed 1977 2LP Gatefold Original. Features The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Rare! Includes "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Streets Of London," A Beach Boy Medley, "Mac Arthur Park," "Galveston," "Wichita Lineman" And More. more
Meet Glen Campbell
New - LP - 50992 34132 14
Sealed 2008 Limited Edition (Only 1500 Copies) 180gm HQ Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)". Tiny Promo Score Through Rear Bar Code. more
Meet Glen Campbell
New - LP - 50992 34132 14
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 Limited Edition (Only 1500 Copies) 180gm HQ Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life). Tiny Saw Cut. more
Meet Glen Campbell
Used - LP - 50992 34132 14
2008 Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm Original, Still In Shrink With Custom Album Hype Sticker. VG++/EX Vinyl, Light Surface Noise In Run-Ins, Music Dominates. Includes Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life). "No Artist Waits 40 Years To Introduce Himself, So The Title Of Glen Campbell's 2008 Album, Meet Glen Campbell, Can Be Taken With A Grain Of Salt -- Unless It's Seen As A Way To Introduce Campbell To A New, Younger Audience, Which Certainly Seems To Be The Intention Of This Record, As It Finds The Countrypolitan Crooner Abandoning The Bland Professional Songwriters He's Relied Upon In The '80s And '90s And Turning To Newer Rock & Rollers. That These Younger Rock & Rollers Include Tom Petty And Jackson Browne Should Give Some Indication That This Isn't Quite As Daring A Move As It May Initially Seem, Even If Campbell Does Cover The Replacements Here, But Daring Isn't The Name Of The Game On Meet Glen Campbell And Thankfully Neither Is Irony, As This Never Succumbs To The Cringing Camp Of Pat Boone Singing Metal. Thanks To Producers Julian Raymond And Howard Willing -- Who Enlist The Help Of Plenty Of Modern Pop Thoroughbreds, Including Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. And Jason Falkner Of Jellyfish And Cheap Trick's Robin Zander -- Meet Glen Campbell Evokes The Soft, Warm Haze Of His Classic '60s And '70s, When He Turned Jimmy Webb's Eccentricities Into Pop Standards. Although They Do Make Slight Concessions To Modernity On The Rhythm Tracks Of Travis' "Sing" And Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)" (Also Tellingly The Two Weakest Songs On This Brief Album), Raymond And Willing Use "Wichita Lineman" And "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" As Their Touchstones, Picking Songs That Lend Themselves To Evocative Melodrama, Which Generally Means Rich, Elegiac Ballads From Paul Westerberg's "Sadly Beautiful" And U2's "All I Want Is You" To Jackson Browne's "These Days," A Song So Perfectly Suited For Campbell's Voice It's A Wonder That It Never Popped Up On One Of His LP's In The Early '70s. Then Again, Meet Glen Campbell Is Filled With Small Wonders, Including How The Velvet Underground's "Jesus" Is Given A Delicate Acoustic Treatment And How The Foo Fighters' "Times Like These" Bears An Arrangement That Consciously Echoes "Galveston" And Is All The Better For It. This Reverence For Campbell's Greatest Work Is What Grounds Meet Glen Campbell, As It Shows A Deep Understanding Of What Made Those Recordings Work As Pop Records As Well As An Understanding Of What A Terrific Interpretive Singer Campbell Is At His Peak. For Too Long, Glen Campbell Has Been Wandering Away From These Strengths, Singing Anonymous Songs In Sterile Settings, But Here He Has The Right Production And An Exceptional Set Of Songs, All Adding Up An Album That Is Alluringly Out Of Time, Caught Somewhere Between The '60s And The '90s, Illustrating How Enduring Campbell's Sound Really Is." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Meet Glen Campbell
New - LP - 50992 34132 14
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 Limited Edition (Only 1500 Copies) 180gm HQ Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life). "No Artist Waits 40 Years To Introduce Himself, So The Title Of Glen Campbell's 2008 Album, Meet Glen Campbell, Can Be Taken With A Grain Of Salt -- Unless It's Seen As A Way To Introduce Campbell To A New, Younger Audience, Which Certainly Seems To Be The Intention Of This Record, As It Finds The Countrypolitan Crooner Abandoning The Bland Professional Songwriters He's Relied Upon In The '80s And '90s And Turning To Newer Rock & Rollers. That These Younger Rock & Rollers Include Tom Petty And Jackson Browne Should Give Some Indication That This Isn't Quite As Daring A Move As It May Initially Seem, Even If Campbell Does Cover The Replacements Here, But Daring Isn't The Name Of The Game On Meet Glen Campbell And Thankfully Neither Is Irony, As This Never Succumbs To The Cringing Camp Of Pat Boone Singing Metal. Thanks To Producers Julian Raymond And Howard Willing -- Who Enlist The Help Of Plenty Of Modern Pop Thoroughbreds, Including Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. And Jason Falkner Of Jellyfish And Cheap Trick's Robin Zander -- Meet Glen Campbell Evokes The Soft, Warm Haze Of His Classic '60s And '70s, When He Turned Jimmy Webb's Eccentricities Into Pop Standards. Although They Do Make Slight Concessions To Modernity On The Rhythm Tracks Of Travis' "Sing" And Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)" (Also Tellingly The Two Weakest Songs On This Brief Album), Raymond And Willing Use "Wichita Lineman" And "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" As Their Touchstones, Picking Songs That Lend Themselves To Evocative Melodrama, Which Generally Means Rich, Elegiac Ballads From Paul Westerberg's "Sadly Beautiful" And U2's "All I Want Is You" To Jackson Browne's "These Days," A Song So Perfectly Suited For Campbell's Voice It's A Wonder That It Never Popped Up On One Of His LP's In The Early '70s. Then Again, Meet Glen Campbell Is Filled With Small Wonders, Including How The Velvet Underground's "Jesus" Is Given A Delicate Acoustic Treatment And How The Foo Fighters' "Times Like These" Bears An Arrangement That Consciously Echoes "Galveston" And Is All The Better For It. This Reverence For Campbell's Greatest Work Is What Grounds Meet Glen Campbell, As It Shows A Deep Understanding Of What Made Those Recordings Work As Pop Records As Well As An Understanding Of What A Terrific Interpretive Singer Campbell Is At His Peak. For Too Long, Glen Campbell Has Been Wandering Away From These Strengths, Singing Anonymous Songs In Sterile Settings, But Here He Has The Right Production And An Exceptional Set Of Songs, All Adding Up An Album That Is Alluringly Out Of Time, Caught Somewhere Between The '60s And The '90s, Illustrating How Enduring Campbell's Sound Really Is." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Mr. 12 String Guitar
New - LP - WP 1835
Sealed Mono Original. more
New Place In The Sun
New - LP - ST 2907
Factory Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Beautiful Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts Or Seam Splits. more
No More Night
Used - LP - WR 8293
1985 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back. more
Norwood
New - LP - SW 475
Sealed 1969 Green Label With Purple Logo Stereo Original. Rear Shrink Wrap Has The Original Wesflo Record Store Tag In Place. more
Norwood
New - LP - SW 475
Sealed 1969 Green Label With Purple Logo Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Norwood
Used - LP - SW 475
Rare 1969 Green Label Stereo Original. 2 Cut Out Holes. Appears Unplayed. more
Norwood
New - LP - SW 475
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. more
Oh Happy Day
New - LP - SW 443
Sealed 1970 Original. Clean COH. more
Old Home Town
New - LP - 90016
Sealed, Hard To Find 1982 Original. Saw Cut. Includes Glen's take On McCartney's "Mull Of Kintyre." more
Old Home Town
New - LP - 90016
Sealed, Hard To Find 1982 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Includes Glen's Take On McCartney's "Mull Of Kintyre." more
Reunion-The Songs Of Jimmy Webb
New - LP - SW 11336
Sealed, Rare 1974 Original With Clean Cut Out Hole. Very Light Crease On Cover. more
Reunion-The Songs Of Jimmy Webb
Used - LP - SW 11336
Beautiful 1974 Original, Clean COH. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Rhinestone Cowboy
Used - LP - SW 11430
Beautiful 1975 Embossed Cover Original In Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy With Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink. more
Rhinestone Cowboy
New - LP - SW 11430
Sealed 1975 Embossed Cover Original. Difficult To Find Without A Cut Out Hole. more
Rhinestone Cowboy
New - LP - SW 511430
Sealed 1975 Original With The Rare Embossed Cactus Cover. Clean Cut Out Hole. Cannot Determine Exact Pressing Since Sealed more
Satisfied Mind
New - LP - SPC 3134
Sealed Pickwick Stereo Issue. Originally Released On Capitol Records. more
See You There
New - LP - 1-8013
Sealed 2013 180gm Foil Embossed Gatefold Original With Hype Sticker. more
See You There
Picture Disc - 233671PD
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition Picture Disc. more
Somethin' Bout You Baby I Like
New - LP - SOO 12075
Sealed 1980 Original. Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes Duet With Rita Coolidge. Clean Cut Out Hole. Pretty Rare. more
Southern Nights
Used - LP - SO 11601
1977 US Original. VG++. "Following Two Excellent Records Made With Producers Dennis Lambert And Brian Potter, Glen Campbell Turned To Gary Klein For 1977's Southern Nights, A Record That Retains Some Of The Feel Of Rhinestone Cowboy And Bloodline But Is Simultaneously Too Streamlined And Diffuse, Never Developing The Unified Sound Of Either Of Its Predecessors. That Hardly Means It's A Bad Album, Of Course; But It Does Mean That It's A Record Of Moments, Individual Bright Spots That Stand Alone And Never Quite Gel Into Something Cohesive. Part Of The Problem Is That The Best Moments Have Different, Not Necessarily Complimentary, Moods. There Are The Two Big Singles, Allen Toussaint's "Southern Nights" And Neil Diamond's "Sunflower," Both Sharing A Cheerful Catchiness And A Bright, Colorful Feel. Then, There Is A Pair Of Songs From Jimmy Webb, "This Is Sarah's Song" And "Early Morning Song." While Not On The Level Of The Fine Reunion, They Both Offer Further Proof That Campbell Is Webb's Best Interpreter. Along With A Good, Albeit Slightly Maudlin, Reading Of Brian Wilson's "God Only Knows," The Other Highlights Are Two Songs From Michael Smotherman, A Singer/songwriter Who Would Be Given A Greater Showcase On Campbell's Next Effort, Basic. Although Now A Forgotten Songwriter, Smotherman Was A Solid Tunesmith, Firmly Within The '70s Sensitive Singer/songwriter Tradition, And His Songs Bring Out The Best In Campbell. The Rest Of The Record -- "Guide Me," "Let Go," "How High Did We Go" -- Are Also From Forgotten Writers, And They're Entirely Too Generic Soft Rock, Emphasizing That Smotherman Had Some True Skills (Something That Basic Confirmed). So Southern Nights Is A Bit Of A Mixed Bag, But Those Three Separate Sets Of Highlights Are Excellent And Help Elevate The Record To One Of Campbell's Better Ones, No Matter How Flawed It Ultimately Is." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erelwine. more
Southern Nights
New - LP - SO 11601
Sealed 1977 Original. Cut Out Hole. more
Still Within The Sound Of My Voice
New - LP - 42009
Sealed 1987 Vinyl. COH. Features A Duet With Emmylou Harris. more
That Christmas Feeling
New - LP - ST 2978
Sealed Stereo Original With Promotional "Free" Stamped Through The Jacket. more
The Best Of Glen Campbell
Used - LP - ST-11577
1976 Original Still In Shrink With Hype Sticker. Comes With Custom Inner Sleeve With Liner Notes For Each Song By Glen Campbell In The Form Of An Interview. more
The Last Time I Saw Her
New - LP - SW-8-0733
1971 US Captiol Records Club Pressing On The Green Target Label. VG++/NM- Jacket. more
The Last Time I Saw Her
Used Import - 1C 062-80 885
1971 Green Label Original. more
Too Late To Worry - Too Blue To Cry
New - LP - ST 1881
Sealed 1962 Full Dimensional Stereo Original. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. more
Too Late To Worry-Too Blue To Cry
New - LP - ST 1881
Sealed and Rare 1963 Full Dimensional Stereo Original. 4 Stars In All Music Guide. more
True Grit
New - LP - ST-263
Sealed Stereo Original. more
Try A Little Kindness
New - LP - SW 389
Sealed 1970 Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. more
Try A Little Kindness
New - LP - SW 389
Sealed 1970 Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Try A Little Kindness
New - LP - SM 389
Sealed 2nd Issue Stereo. Originally Released In 1970. No Bar Code. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Wichita Lineman
Used - LP - ST 103
1968 Rainbow Label Original. more
Wichita Lineman
New - LP - SM-103
Sealed 70's Era Reissue. Pristine Copy. more
Wichita Lineman
Used - LP - ST 103
1968 Rainbow Label Original. Jacket Is Pristine. more
Wichita Lineman
New - LP - ST 103
Sealed 1968 Vinyl. COH. Second Jacket With Gold Record Award Incorporated Into Artwork, But Probably A Rainbow Label. more

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