Meet Glen Campbell [Bonus Tracks]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/2012
  • Label: Capitol
  • EAN: 5099932767728
  • Catalog Number: 27677
  • Sales rank: 5,100

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Glen Campbell Primary Artist, Electric Guitar
Robin Zander Vocals
Kim Bullard Keyboards
Sharon Campbell Vocals
Vinnie Colaiuta Drums
Luis Conte Percussion
George Doering Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin
Jason Falkner Electric Guitar
Wendy Melvoin Electric Guitar
Rick Nielsen Guitar
Marty Rifkin Pedal Steel Guitar
Bennett Salvay Conductor
Todd Youth Guitar
Ashley Campbell Vocals
Chris Chaney Bass Guitar
Roger Joseph Manning Jr. Keyboards
Dillon Campbell Vocals
Cal Campbell Vocals
Derby Campbell Vocals
Technical Credits
Jackson Browne Composer
John Lennon Composer
Tom Petty Composer
Lou Reed Composer
Yoko Ono Composer
Paul Westerberg Composer
Adam Clayton Composer
Brian Gardner Mastering
Dave Grohl Composer
Julian Raymond Arranger, Producer
Bennett Salvay Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Howard Willing Producer, Engineer
Nate Mendel Composer
Paul Hewson Composer
Tom Recchion Art Direction
Chris Shiflett Composer
Billie Joe Armstrong Composer
Taylor Hawkins Composer
Lawrence Mullen Composer
Frances Healy Composer
David Evans Composer
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  • Posted June 15, 2012

    Highly Recommended!

    Whether encountering Glen Campbell's music through this CD for the first time, or arriving as an already devoted fan, any music lover should add this album (produced by Julian Raymond) to their collection. Glen Campbell's voice is as rich, beautiful, and crystalline as ever, though now layered with the depth of time and lived experience. This album again showcases the way Campbell is not solely a country singer, but more of a poet-troubadour, choosing songs for their beauty, appeal and emption more than their genre. He remains a masterful guitarist, now enhanced by his children as his backup musicians. The album begins with a celebratory tone, with songs like "Sing" (by Frances Healy) and "Walls" (by Tom Petty). Favorites of mine are "Times Like These" (by David Grohl) and "These Days" (by Jackson Browne), which evoke a melancholy beauty (both already made Campbell's 2009 Greatest Hits Album--testament to their place in his repetoire). They sound like they were made for him to sing. "Sadly, Beautiful" (by Paul Westerberg) continues that feeling, complementing Campbell's next album "Ghost on the Canvas". Listen to the two albums together! The bonus tracks give the listener more Glen Campbell to listen to (remixes of young Glen, plus more recent sessions), and who doesn't want that?! "Meeting Glen Campbell" stands alone as an excellent album with unexpected surprises, and should be listened to as a vital representative of Campbell's legacy.

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