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Glen Campbell

Glen Campbell
Real name
Glen Travis Campbell
Born
April 22, 1936
Died
August 8, 2017
Country
United States
IPI
00004959576
Comments
Singer, bassist, guitarist and actor. Born in Arkansas, he moved to Los Angeles in 1960 to work as a session man. He soon became part of the so-called Wrecking Crew (an informal ensemble of session musicians from the Los Angeles area). In 1964-65 Campbell went on tour with The Beach Boys, as a temporary replacement for Brian Wilson. In his solo career, started in 1962, he has sold more than 45 million records and scored a string of pop and country hits in the 1960s and 1970s.
Member of
The Trophies
The Champs (1959-1959)
Family
Debbie Campbell Daughter
Ashley Campbell [US] Daughter

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
October 1961 (30 artists)
October 15, 1962 Rick Nelson
September 1963 Iva Zanicchi
June 1965 (9 artists)
December 1965 (28 artists)
November 27, 1967 (4 artists)
November 27, 1967 Wild & Blue
March 1968 (29 artists)
October 1968 (214 artists)
November 1968 Mel Tillis
April 1969 Bill Anderson
July 1969 (14 artists)
October 1969 (34 artists)
June 1970 (4 artists)
June 1970 (4 artists)
June 21, 1971 Roger Williams
June 1971 Jerry Reed
March 1972 (6 artists)
November 1972 David Clayton-Thomas
April 1973 (6 artists)
January 1974 NewFound Road
October 1974 Vollmar w/ Amy O.
June 1975 (2 artists)
June 1975 (4 artists)
1975 Diana Ross
April 1976 Grace Anne Rivera
April 1976 Lee Towers
April 1976 (2 artists)
April 1976 (4 artists)
February 1977 (8 artists)
February 1977 Curt & Roland
November 1977 Lee Dorsey
May 1978 Paul Williams
April 1980 Gary Portnoy
June 1980 Rhett Sanborn
January 1981 (2 artists)
May 1984 (3 artists)
October 1985 (7 artists)
May 1987 Lee Towers
August 10, 1987 (3 artists)
August 10, 1987 (2 artists)
August 1988 (11 artists)
August 1988 (2 artists)
1992 Michael Feinstein
August 30, 2011 Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes

Covers by Glen Campbell

Title Performer Release date Originally by
June 1962 Al Dexter and His Troopers
October 15, 1962 Wynn Stewart
October 29, 1962 Merle Travis
October 29, 1962 Terry Fell and The Fellers
November 12, 1962 Delmore Brothers
November 12, 1962 Delmore Brothers
November 12, 1962 Wynn Stewart
November 12, 1962 Merle Travis
November 12, 1962 Fiddlin' John Carson, The Journeymen
November 12, 1962 The Delmore Brothers
November 12, 1962 Arthur Smith Trio
November 12, 1962 Dub Taylor
November 12, 1962 The Delmore Brothers
March 1963 Gene Autry
March 1963 Gene Autry
March 1963 Eddy Arnold and His Tennessee Plowboys
March 1963 Ernest Tubb
March 1963 Ernest Tubb
March 1963 Ernest Tubb
April 1964 Fiddlin' John Carson, The Journeymen
April 1964 Bob Dylan
April 1964 The New Christy Minstrels
April 1964 El Jarocho
April 1964 Peter, Paul and Mary
April 1964 Woody Guthrie
April 1964 Bob Dylan
April 1964 Solomon Linda's Original Evening Birds
September 1965 Tom Jones
September 1965 Roger Miller [US1]
September 1965 Bob Dylan
September 1965 John Barry
September 1965 The Highwaymen [US1]
September 1965 The Beatles
September 1965 Johnny Smith
November 1966 The Home Towners
November 1966 Roy Orbison with Bob Moore's Orch. & Chorus
March 1967 Waylon Jennings
March 1967 Buck Owens
March 1967 Leon Payne
June 1967 John Hartford
August 28, 1967 The Everly Brothers
August 28, 1967 Donovan
August 28, 1967 Roy Orbison with Bob Moore's Orch. & Chorus
August 28, 1967 Jimmie Rodgers [US2]
August 28, 1967 Al Martino
August 28, 1967 Jimmie Rodgers [US2]
August 28, 1967 Nilsson
August 28, 1967 Umberto Bindi, Cilla Black
October 1967 Johnny Rivers
November 27, 1967 Jan Howard
November 27, 1967 Dorsey Burnette
November 27, 1967 Chad and Jeremy
November 27, 1967 The Louvin Brothers
November 27, 1967 Jerry Reed
March 1968 George Hamilton IV
March 1968 Bob Lind
March 1968 Roy Orbison
March 1968 Ray Price
March 1968 Richard Kiley
March 1968 Jimmy Payne
May 1968 Stevie Wonder
May 1968 Keith Allison
May 1968 Tex Ritter and His Texans
May 1968 Rex Griffin
May 1968 Harlan Howard
May 1968 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
May 1968 (unknown), Johnny Mathis
June 1968 Chris Gantry
September 1968 John Hartford
September 1968 Glen Campbell
September 1968 Gilbert Bécaud, Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll
September 1968 Roger Miller [US1]
September 1968 Bobbie Gentry
September 1968 Curly Putman
September 1968 (unknown), Paul Simon, Gordon Heath and Lee Payant, Simon and Garfunkel
September 1968 Spanky and Our Gang
Sampled by The Madd Rapper feat. Eminem
October 1968 Doye O'Dell
October 1968 Judy Garland with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
October 1968 Bing Crosby
October 1968 Vic Dana
October 1968 Roger Miller [US1]
October 1968 Roy Orbison
October 1968 The King Cole Trio with String Choir
October 1968 John Yorke Atlee
November 1968 The Kingston Trio
November 1968 Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen
November 1968 Tim Hardin
November 1968 Otis Redding
November 1968 Sonny Curtis
November 1968 Georgie Fame
November 1968 Cher
February 1969 Don Ho
April 1969 Jerry Reed
April 1969 Buffy Sainte-Marie
April 1969 Buffy Sainte-Marie
April 1969 Michael Whalen
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
July 1969 A.Z. Idelsohn
August 1969 James Darren
August 1969 Barbara McNair
August 1969 Riz Ortolani e Nino Oliviero, Steve Lawrence
August 1969 Larry Kert, Reri Grist & Carol Lawrence
August 1969 (unknown)
August 1969 Cannon's Jug Stompers
November 21, 1969 The Everly Brothers
November 21, 1969 The Everly Brothers
January 1970 Frank Sinatra
January 1970 Judy Collins
January 1970 Dorsey Burnette
January 1970 Jerry Lee Lewis
January 1970 Johnny Cash
August 1970 Simon and Garfunkel
August 1970 Conway Twitty
August 1970 Richard Harris [IE]
August 1970 Claude François, Frank Sinatra
1970 Johnny Cash
1970 Rev. F. W. McGee
1970 Jane Froman with Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Sid Feller
1970 (unknown), Trinity Choir
1970 The Impressions
1970 Christine Johnson
March 13, 1971 Roy Orbison with Bob Moore's Orch. & Chorus
June 1971 Kelly Gordon
June 1971 Kris Kristofferson
June 1971 Ray Charles
June 1971 Gordon Lightfoot
June 1971 Billy Joe Royal
June 1971 Gordon Lightfoot
June 1971 Francis Lai & His Orchestra, Andy Williams
June 1971 Jerry Reed
November 1971 Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
November 1971 Jackie DeShannon
November 1971 The Brothers [US2]
November 1971 Dionne Warwick, Johnny Rivers
November 1971 Brotherhood of Man
November 1971 Arlene Harden
1971 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
March 1972 Vaughan's Texas Quartet
November 1972 Connie Smith
November 1972 Leon Russell
November 1972 Roy Orbison with Bob Moore's Orch. & Chorus
November 1972 George Jones
November 1972 Johnny Paycheck
November 1972 Ewan MacColl & A.L. Lloyd, Tom Paxton
Love Is Blue Glen Campbell 1972 Unverified
March 1973 The Blackwood Brothers
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
April 1973 (unknown), (unknown), The Original Sacred Harp Choir
April 1973 Bob Dylan
April 1973 Charlie Rich
April 1973 Lefty Frizzell
April 1973 Kinky Friedman
April 1973 Ian & Sylvia
April 1973 Bob Morrison
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Ken Marvin with The Harmonettes
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Bill Carlisle
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1973 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
1973 Gordon Lightfoot
January 1974 (unknown), Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys
January 1974 Elsie Clark
January 1974 Charles Aznavour
October 1974 Jim Webb
October 1974 Joe Cocker
October 1974 Jimmy Webb
October 1974 Jimmy Webb
October 1974 Little Feat
October 1974 Joe Cocker
May 5, 1975 Bill Nash
May 5, 1975 Dottie West
May 5, 1975 Don Gibson
May 5, 1975 Jimmie Davis
May 5, 1975 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy and His Guitar
May 5, 1975 Waylon Jennings
May 5, 1975 Kris Kristofferson
May 5, 1975 Harlan Howard
May 5, 1975 Ferlin Husky
May 5, 1975 Thelma La Vizzo
May 1975 Larry Weiss
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
June 1975 Randy Newman
June 1975 The Temptations [US1]
June 1975 B.J. Thomas
1975 John Denver
1975 Mac Davis
1975 Jerry Orbach, Barbra Streisand
April 1976 Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds, Don Cherry [US1]
April 1976 Richard Mainegra
April 1976 Ben Peters
January 1977 Allen Toussaint
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
William Tell Overture Glen Campbell January 1977 Unverified
February 1977 The Beach Boys
November 14, 1977 Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, Beach Boys
November 14, 1977 Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires
November 14, 1977 Ralph McTell
October 1978 Tracy Nelson
October 1979 Jimmy Webb
October 1979 Orchester Georges Boulanger, Ambrose & His Orchestra
April 1980 Tom Jones
June 1980 Ian Gomm
June 1980 Joey Travolta
June 1980 Jennifer Warnes
June 1980 David Gates
June 1980 Neil Diamond
December 1980 Jud Strunk
1980 Bobby Darin
January 1981 Lynn Anderson
November 1981 B.W. Stevenson
September 27, 1982 John Conlee
September 27, 1982 George Beaver (Irving Kaufman)
September 27, 1982 The Paris Sisters
September 27, 1982 Wings
September 27, 1982 David Pomeranz
September 27, 1982 The Corbin Hanner Band
May 1984 (unknown), (unknown), Bob Gibson, (unknown), Bryant's Minstrels, Mickey Newbury
May 1984 Linda Ronstadt
May 1984 The Kendalls
1984 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
August 14, 1985 Dave Loggins
October 1985 Elton Britt and The Skytoppers
October 1985 Johnny Rivers
October 1985 Brook Benton
May 1987 Johnny Horton
August 10, 1987 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
August 10, 1987 Patti Cohenour, Ron Richardson and Daniel H. Jenkins
August 1988 Jimmy Webb
September 1989 Lefty Frizzell
1989 J. H. Howell's Carolina Hillbillies
1989 Mrs. Wm. Asher - Homer Rodeheaver
1989 Miss Hinkle and Mr. MacDonough
1989 Gogi Grant with Buddy Bregman and His Orchestra and Chorus
1989 (unknown)
1989 (unknown), Mrs. A. Stewart Holt
1989 Dorsey Burnette
1989 J.J. Fisher
April 17, 1990 Barbara Fairchild
April 17, 1990 Jeff Barry
April 17, 1990 Allen Toussaint
January 7, 1991 Dolly Parton
January 7, 1991 David Houston
January 7, 1991 Connie Smith
January 7, 1991 Schuyler, Knobloch & Overstreet
December 2, 1994 Alan Jackson
December 2, 1994 Merle Travis
December 2, 1994 Gilbert Bécaud, Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll
May 25, 1995 Johnny Cash and Tennessee Two
August 3, 1995 Joe South and The Believers
August 3, 1995 Sonny Land Trio
August 3, 1995 Sonny West
September 19, 1995 Harry Simeone Chorale
September 19, 1995 Gene Autry and The Cass County Boys
September 19, 1995 Meister Glee Singers
September 19, 1995 Gene Autry
September 19, 1995 (unknown)
September 19, 1995 Bobby Helms
September 19, 1995 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
September 19, 1995 Eddie Cantor
September 19, 1995 Boston Pops Orchestra, The Andrews Sisters
September 19, 1995 Richard Himber & His Orchestra
October 10, 1995 Arthur Smith Trio
October 10, 1995 Joe Valino - Gene Kutch Orchestra
October 10, 1995 Leon Payne
October 7, 1997 Glen Campbell
1999 Don McLean
1999 Robert Maxwell, Vic Damone with Orchestra conducted by Richard Hayman
1999 Line Renaud, Morris Albert
1999 Fritz Kreisler - Piano Accompaniment Carl Lamson, Tommy Edwards
1999 Jerry Butler
1999 Gene Pitney
1999 Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra
1999 Jim Croce
1999 Louis Armstrong
1999 Badfinger
1999 Pino Donaggio, Dusty Springfield
1999 The Righteous Brothers
November 18, 2002 Larry Weiss
November 25, 2003 John Hartford
2003 Haydn Quartet
2003 (unknown)
2003 Bill Withers
2003 Utopia
2003 James Taylor
2003 Mrs. William Asher - Homer Rodeheaver
2003 Jack Nitzsche, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
2003 The Louvin Brothers
2003 Sister Ernestine B. Washington acc. by Bunk Johnson Jazz Band
2004 Barbara Fairchild
October 16, 2007 International Novelty Orchestra
August 19, 2008 U2
August 19, 2008 Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
August 19, 2008 Green Day
August 19, 2008 John Lennon, Yoko Ono
August 19, 2008 The Velvet Underground
August 19, 2008 The Replacements
August 19, 2008 Travis
August 19, 2008 Nico [DE]
August 19, 2008 Foo Fighters
August 19, 2008 Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
June 29, 2010 Johnny Rivers
October 26, 2010 Jack Nitzsche, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
October 26, 2010 Badfinger
August 30, 2011 Paul Westerberg
August 30, 2011 Guided By Voices
August 30, 2011 Teddy Thompson
August 30, 2011 Jakob Dylan
March 31, 2015 Danny O'Keefe
June 9, 2017 Linda Ronstadt
June 9, 2017 Jerry Reed
June 9, 2017 (unknown), Bob Dylan
June 9, 2017 Fred Neil
June 9, 2017 Billy Walker
June 9, 2017 Joe Cocker
June 9, 2017 John Denver

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
September 1968 Originally by Spanky and Our Gang
Sampled by The Madd Rapper feat. Eminem
April 1969 Originally by Michael Whalen
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
March 1973 Originally by The Blackwood Brothers
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
May 1975 Originally by Larry Weiss
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
January 1977 Originally by Allen Toussaint
Sampled by Dickie Goodman

Songs written by Glen Campbell

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Here I Am Glen Campbell, Marc Douglas Glen Campbell October 15, 1962 Covered by Rick Nelson
Same Old Places Glen Campbell Glen Campbell September 1963 Covered by Iva Zanicchi
Senses Glen Campbell, Jeannie Seely Connie Smith April 1965 Covered by (3 artists)
Less of Me Glen Campbell Glen Campbell December 1965 Covered by (28 artists)
Back in the Race Glen Campbell, Vic Dana Glen Campbell November 27, 1967 Covered by (4 artists)
Love Is a Lonesome River Glen Campbell, Kella Christian Glen Campbell November 27, 1967 Covered by Wild & Blue
Friends Glen Campbell, Dick Bowman Glen Campbell April 1969 Covered by Bill Anderson
A Better Place Glen Campbell, Julian Raymond Glen Campbell August 30, 2011 Covered by Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Big Bluegrass Special The Green River Boys & Glen Campbell November 12, 1962 Capitol Records
Too Late to Worry - Too Blue to Cry Glen Campbell March 1963 Capitol Records
The Astounding 12-String Guitar of Glen Cambell Glen Campbell April 1964 Capitol Records
The Big Bad Rock Guitar of Glen Campbell Glen Campbell September 1965 Capitol Records
Burning Bridges Glen Campbell March 1967 Capitol Records
Gentle on My Mind Glen Campbell August 28, 1967 Capitol Records
By the Time I Get to Phoenix Glen Campbell November 27, 1967 Capitol Records
Hey Little One Glen Campbell March 1968 Capitol Records
A New Place in the Sun Glen Campbell May 1968 Capitol Records
Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell September 1968 Capitol Records
That Christmas Feeling Glen Campbell October 1968 Capitol Records
Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell November 1968 Capitol Records
Galveston Glen Campbell April 1969 Capitol Records
Live Glen Campbell August 1969 Capitol Records
Try a Little Kindness Glen Campbell January 1970 Capitol Records
Norwood - Motion Picture Soundtrack Glen Campbell June 1970 Capitol Records
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Album Glen Campbell August 1970 Capitol Records
Oh Happy Day Glen Campbell 1970 Capitol Records
The Last Time I Saw Her Glen Campbell June 1971 Capitol Records
Anne Murray - Glen Campbell Anne Murray & Glen Campbell November 1971 Capitol Records
Christmas with Glen Campbell and The Hollywood Pops Orchestra with The Voices of Christmas Glen Campbell and The Hollywood Pops Orchestra with The Voices of Christmas 1971 Creative Products
Glen Travis Campbell Glen Campbell November 1972 Capitol Records
I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star) Glen Campbell April 1973 Capitol Records
I Remember Hank Williams Glen Campbell October 1973 Capitol Records
Houston (I'm Comin' to See You) Glen Campbell January 1974 Capitol Records
Reunion - The Songs of Jimmy Webb Glen Campbell October 1974 Capitol Records
Ernie Sings & Glen Picks Ernie Ford & Glen Campbell May 5, 1975 Capitol Records
Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell June 1975 Capitol Records
Glen Campbell Live in Japan Glen Campbell 1975 Capitol Records [JP]
Bloodline Glen Campbell April 1976 Capitol Records
Southern Nights Glen Campbell February 1977 Capitol Records
Live at the Royal Festival Hall Glen Campbell November 14, 1977 Capitol Records
Basic Glen Campbell October 1978 Capitol Records
Highwayman Glen Campbell October 1979 Capitol Records
Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like Glen Campbell June 1980 Capitol Records
It's the World Gone Crazy Glen Campbell January 1981 Capitol Records
Glen Campbell Live Glen Campbell November 1981 RCA
Old Home Town Glen Campbell September 27, 1982 Atlantic America
Letter to Home Glen Campbell May 1984 Atlantic
The Night Before Christmas Glen Campbell 1984 Capitol Special Markets
No More Night Glen Campbell August 14, 1985 Word
It's Just a Matter of Time Glen Campbell October 1985 Atlantic America
Still Within the Sound of My Voice Glen Campbell August 10, 1987 MCA Records
Light Years Glen Campbell August 1988 MCA Records
Favorite Hymns Glen Campbell 1989 The New Canaan Records
Walkin' in the Sun Glen Campbell April 17, 1990 Capitol Records
Unconditional Love Glen Campbell January 7, 1991 Capitol Records Nashville
Wings of Victory Glen Campbell 1992 New Haven Records
Glen Campbell Live! His Greatest Hits Glen Campbell December 2, 1994 LaserLight Digital
The Essential Glen Campbell Volume One - The Capitol Years 1962 - 1979 Glen Campbell May 25, 1995 Liberty Records
The Essential Glen Campbell Volume Two - The Capitol Years 1962 - 1978 Glen Campbell August 3, 1995 Capitol Records Nashville
Christmas with Glen Campbell Glen Campbell September 19, 1995 LaserLight Digital
The Essential Glen Campbell Volume Three - The Capitol Years 1962 - 1978 Glen Campbell October 10, 1995 Capitol Records
My Hits and Love Songs Glen Campbell 1999 EMI
Love Is the Answer - 24 Songs of Faith, Hope and Love Glen Campbell 2003 Universal South
Meet Glen Campbell Glen Campbell August 19, 2008 Capitol Records
Ghost on the Canvas Glen Campbell August 30, 2011 Surfdog
I'll Be Me - Soundtrack Glen Campbell February 17, 2015 Big Machine Records
Rhinestone Cowboy [40th Anniversary Edition] Glen Campbell March 31, 2015 Capitol Records Nashville
Adiós Glen Campbell June 9, 2017 Universal Music Enterprises

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Turn Around, Look at Me Glen Campbell October 1961 Crest Records
Too Late to Worry - Too Blue to Cry Glen Campbell June 1962 Capitol Records
Long Black Limousine Glen Campbell October 15, 1962 Capitol Records
Kentucky Means Paradise The Green River Boys featuring Glen Campbell October 29, 1962 Capitol Records
Same Old Places Glen Campbell September 1963 Capitol Records
Guess I'm Dumb Glen Campbell June 1965 Capitol Records
Spanish Shades Glen Campbell September 1965 Capitol Records
Less of Me Glen Campbell December 1965 Capitol Records
Burning Bridges Glen Campbell November 1966 Capitol Records
Gentle on My Mind Glen Campbell June 1967 Capitol Records
By the Time I Get to Phoenix Glen Campbell October 1967 Capitol Records
I Wanna Live Glen Campbell March 1968 Capitol Records
Dreams of the Everyday Housewife Glen Campbell June 1968 Capitol Records
Less of Me Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell October 1968 Capitol Records
Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell October 1968 Capitol Records
Let It Be Me Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell January 1969 Capitol Records
Galveston Glen Campbell February 1969 Capitol Records
True Grit Glen Campbell July 1969 Capitol Records
Try a Little Kindness Glen Campbell October 1969 Capitol Records
All I Have to Do Is Dream Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell November 21, 1969 Capitol Records
Honey Come Back Glen Campbell January 1970 Capitol Records
Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) Glen Campbell March 13, 1971 Capitol Records
The Last Time I Saw Her Glen Campbell June 21, 1971 Capitol Records
Manhattan Kansas Glen Campbell March 1972 Capitol Records
I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star) Glen Campbell March 1973 Capitol Records
Wherefore and Why Glen Campbell 1973 Capitol Records
Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell May 1975 Capitol Records
Coming Home Glen Campbell 1975 Capitol Records
See You on Sunday Glen Campbell June 1976 Capitol Records
Southern Nights Glen Campbell January 1977 Capitol Records
God Must Have Blessed America Glen Campbell November 1977 Capitol Records
Another Fine Mess Glen Campbell May 1978 Capitol Records
Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like Glen Campbell & Rita Coolidge April 1980 Capitol Records
Dream Lover Tanya Tucker and Glen Campbell August 1980 MCA Records
I Don't Want to Know Your Name Glen Campbell December 1980 Capitol Records
I Have You Glen Campbell May 1987 MCA Records
She's Gone, Gone, Gone Glen Campbell September 1989 Universal Records [US2]
Rhinestone Cowboy (Giddy Up Giddy Up) Rikki & Daz featuring Glen Campbell November 18, 2002 Serious Records

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
Dreamlovers Tanya Tucker 1980 MCA Records
Should I Do It Tanya Tucker June 1981 MCA Records
Christmas for the 90's Volume 1 various artists 1990 Capitol Records Nashville
Lounge-A-Palooza various artists October 7, 1997 Hollywood Records [US1]
Unearthed Cash November 25, 2003 American
Livin', Lovin', Losin' - Songs of the Louvin Brothers various artists 2003 UMVD
Blue Kentucky Girl [CD Reissue] Emmylou Harris 2004 Rhino
Boots Too Big to Fill - A Tribute to Gene Autry various artists October 16, 2007 Rainy Day Records
Just Across the River Jimmy Webb June 29, 2010 E1 Music
Duets - Friends & Memories Juice Newton October 26, 2010 Fuel 2000

Tributes

Title Performer Release date Label
Tribute to Glen Campbell Mark Duffy 1973 Contour
The Hits of Glen Campbell Bucky Dee James and the Nashville Explosion 1977 Springboard

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