|A1||By The Time I Get To Phoenix|
|A2||Gentle On My Mind|
|A3||Let It Be Me|
|B1||Make The World Go Away|
|B2||Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye|
|B4||What's He Doing In My World|
|B5||Here Comes Heaven|
|MALS 1277||Nashville Country Singers||Sing The Hits Of Glen Campbell And Eddie Arnold (LP)||Marble Arch Records||MALS 1277||UK||1970|
Eddy Arnold - A Dozen Hits. Album Jackets - Male Country Singers.
Greatest Hits contains remixes of Glen Campbell's biggest hits. The songs are remixed using purely the original recordings, bringing out other nuances in the arrangements. The last two tracks on this compilation, "Times Like These" and "These Days", were pulled off Campbell's recent studio album Meet Glen Campbell. Rhinestone Cowboy" (Larry Weiss) - 3:29. Wichita Lineman" (Jimmy Webb) - 3:10. Southern Nights" (Allen Toussaint) - 2:59. By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (Jimmy Webb) - 2:51.
Top Country & Western Hits Of 1968. Genre is Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label Mountain Dew (catalog number S 7026). And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone.
I'll Hold You in My Heart" Eddy Arnold, Hall Horton, Tommy Dilbeck – 2:25. As Far As I'm Concerned" Dale Parker – 2:13. Less of Me" Glen Campbell – 2:35. Side 2. "You've Still Got a Place in My Heart" Leon Payne – 2:28. The Great Hits of Glen Campbell. The Glen Campbell Collection. All I Have to Do Is Dream. The Very Best of Glen Campbell. Presents His Hits in Concert. Greatest Country Hits. Best of the Early Years. All-Time Greatest Hits. The Essential Glen Campbell Volume One. The Essential Glen Campbell Volume Two.
Campbell continued his string of successes throughout the Seventies with hits like the 1975 Number One pop smash Rhinestone Cowboy. One of country’s greatest crossover artists, the Red Headed Stranger (and his distinctively nasal voice) has scored hits like Always on My Mind, On the Road Again and Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain on both the country charts and the Top 40 in the Seventies and Eighties. I look at it all just being American music, sound and whatever, and if you like it, you like it, Nelson once said.
Throughout Glen Campbell’s recording career, he was able to chart successful courses through pop, country, and Gospel music. Along the way, he developed a reputation as one of the most respected musicians ever, playing on many of the biggest pop hits of the '60s as part of the Wrecking Crew. It might be a little cliched to say, but Glen Campbell was a musician’s musician, without a doubt.
- Pop Hits from the Country Side. Release date: October 1964. The Best of Eddy Arnold, Vol. 2. Release date: April 1970. Bring Your Roses to Her Now" b/w "I Wish I Had a Girl Like You, Mother". - "One Kiss Too Many" b/w "The Echo of Your Footsteps" (from Country Songs I Love to Sing). - Last of the Love Song Singers: Then and Now. 1999. Cattle Call" (with LeAnn Rimes). 18. Seven Decades of Hits.
Adiós (Glen Campbell album). Adiós is the upcoming sixty-fourth and final studio album by American singer-songwriter Glen Campbell. Recorded in Nashville between 2012 and 2013, the album is slated for a June 9, 2017 release Release. The album will be released on June 9, 2017. The first track from the album, a cover of the Fred Neil classic "Everybody's Talkin'", was released on YouTube and to the media on April 14, 2017 Track listing.
Glen Campbell: Greatest Hits. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). This is a great CD of Eddy Arnold's know hits, and also some I had never even heard before. One person found this helpful.