The singer sounds frail and uncertain throughout, which occasionally makes for some uneasy listening — particularly with the overly polished production. As a farewell, it lacks the gravity of Johnny Cash’s defining work. But that hardly diminishes the emotional punch of hearing one of the rock era’s defining voices fade away.
Adiós ultimately seems more like a coda than a grand farewell, with the album displaying a suitable modesty that suits the somewhat reduced circumstances of the artist. But it's also a potent reminder of Glen Campbell's talent, style, and musical legacy, and this album is the recorded curtain call he truly deserves.
LA Times reporter Randy Lewis, who covers pop music, shared some back stories about how this album came together on the KOMO Midday News
Kim Campbell updates Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and guest co-host Alfonso Ribeiro on country legend Glen Campbell's battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Plus, Kim talks about Glen's final album, "Adiós",,,,
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