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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by arlw » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:42 pm

Thanks Dee and Cowpoke,
Sky People was what I was trying to remember......Thanks again---other than that cassette of Burning Bridges and the Sky People, I have all the other recordings...



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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:27 pm

Part 2, arlw....Cowpoke posted this additional discography info on June 4, 2014:
Guys... I finally got it! Debby's debut album from 1992 called Burning Bridges! At some point I was starting to doubt if it even really existed. I am so happy to add this to my collection.

It's a musicassette and has 8 songs in total.

Side A
Burning Bridges
Swingin' the Blues
Crazy
Just When I Needed You Most

Side B
Oh! Lonesome Me
Broken Heart
You Really Had Me Goin'
Blue Side of Goodbye

Producer: Denny Franks
Engineered by: Bert Jones
Recorded: Crystal Recording and Sound, Branson, 1992

My favorite song is.... Burning Bridges. It has Debby singing the lead vocal beautifully and Glen singing harmony! And on top of that, Debby's aunts Sandy Brink and Barbara Frazier also do background vocals on the album.
Below is the photo of this cassette that Cowpoke had also posted. Debby had shared with me that Barbara had taken this photo for the album, I think she said this bridge is in Branson; maybe you can confirm?
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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:21 pm

Hi, arlw,

Cowpoke will likely know right away the information you are looking for. Until he sees your question, I found this discography post, below, written by Cowpoke from August 7, 2012. Were you thinking of Sky People?
updated version!

1976 - Debby is a member of LA band Sky People (Marc Moreland's band who later formed Wall of Voodoo). No known releases.

1987 - Debby performs for the first time with her dad on the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix. I believe they sang "Burning Bridges", but I'm not sure!

1990 - Debby sings backing vocals on "Cheatin' Is" on her dad's "Walkin' in the Sun" album.

late 80s/early 90s - Debby performs for a couple of years with the band Justice (made up of Orange County, California Sherrifs)

1992 - Debby releases her first solo album "Burning Bridges" on musicassette. [anyone who has more info on this album, please let me know]

1994 - On "Glen Campbell Live! His Greatest Hits" (Laserlight, 1994) Debby duets on "Let It Be Me".
This duet is also captured on the video "Branson Video Classics Glen Campbell Goodtime Show" (Ventura Entertainment Group, 1994). In addition to that, Debby can be seen performing "Why Haven't I Heard From You" solo.

1995 - Debby releases "United We Stand" (Branson Theatre Corporation, 1995), also on musicassette. The album was produced by Jeff Dayton. Tracklist:

Side A:
"Medley:" (live)
- "United We Stand" (Hiller/Simons)
- "Little Green Apples" (Russell)
- "Canadian Sunset" (Gimbel/Heywood)
- "My Elusive Dreams" (Sherril/Putman)
- "United We Stand" (reprise)
"Take Me As I Am" (Dipiero/Staley)
"Let It Be Me" (Bacaud/Delanoe/Curtis) (live)
"Supermom's Taking The Night Off" (Dayton)
"The Woman In Me" (Twain/Lange)

Side B:
"All I Have To Do Is Dream" (Bryant)
"Silver Threads And Golden Needles" (Reynolds)
"You Make It So Easy" (Stewart/Weatherly/Kees)
"I Saw The Light" (Gold/Angelle)
"Bunthearted" (White/Goodrum)

Debby sings duets with her dad on "Medley", "Let It Be Me", "All I Have to Do is Dream" and "Silver Threads And Golden Needles".

1999 - Debby duets with Glen again on "Let It Be Me" from the album "Love Songs" (EMI, 1999).

2001 - Debby duets on "Little Green Apples" and "Let It Be Me" from "Glen Campbell in Concert with the South Dakota Symphony" (Columbia River, 2001). This concert has also been released on video and DVD.

2008 - Debby sings backing vocals on "Meet Glen Campbell".
This is a photo from Wikipedia of the cassette "United We Stand" (autographed).
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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by arlw » Sun Oct 11, 2015 4:46 pm

I am very Happy for Ashley and Shannon! They are all over EBay with pictures that are signed by none other than "Glen"! I don't own any but, didn't know if you saw this! I thought it was neat to have their father sign the picture

Also--if someone can post this info, it would be greatly appreciated. For the life of me, I can't remember the name of Debby Campbell's group that she was in/on I think the cover of the LP as well that she did back I think in the 70's? There is a name of the group. I think Hyde posted it sometime ago and Debby replied to him....I know she did "Burning Bridges" on a cassette form only and the father /daughter one from Branson, which is a CD/Cassette, of which I have. Just need the name of the group she was in and I think they only did the 1 album???? Thanks---I posted this here as it is also Glen's daughter.....



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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Sat Oct 10, 2015 8:15 pm

Ashley Campbell interview with Jay Roberts
101.9 TheWolf

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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Fri Oct 09, 2015 8:49 pm

Thanks for posting this new link, Randy! It was fun to watch different performances of the same songs and also Ashley's sheer enjoyment for performing!
You know what I noticed about Ashley singing "Remembering" at The Wolf studio?
She sang with her eyes closed at times--just like her Dad. First time I had noticed this similarity. Really getting in deep with the song's meaning.
Ha! Nice of her to exempt Eli! especially because he plays so well!
Like "Better Boyfriend", "Looks like time" has a humorous kick in it, too. :)
I was trying to think of other female songwriters who write songs like Boyfriend and Time, but I am not coming up with songwriter names other than Dolly Parton.
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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Randy » Fri Oct 09, 2015 3:44 pm

And another in studio performance of "Remembering" , "Looks like time", and oh yes "Better Boyfriend" at 101.9 the Wolf.....At least Ashley is willing to give fiddle player Eli and exemption .. :D


This appears to a direct link to the station , so I can see where it could change. Maybe we change the link if it changes

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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Wed Oct 07, 2015 2:15 pm

Thanks, Randy!
I am right there with you about Better Boyfriend, I believe Ashley will have a home run with this song!
Its premise is unexpected and the lyrics are catchy and humorous. It got laughs in the Skype Live Studio.
A music vid would be super!

Appreciate your excellent reviews of the other songs/instrumental; I will listen again tonight. (You know how I feel about Remembering.) :)

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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Randy » Wed Oct 07, 2015 12:47 pm

Great links Dee!!!

"Better boyfriend" , IMO is a potential hit . I would strongly consider a video for that one and " Looks like time" is right there with it. Both big potential songs in my opinion.

Love her "Gentle" version also with her banjo solo , and also "Carl and Ashley's breakdown" which strongly shows her banjo playing ability.

Vocally, I think she has a beautiful voice, and really love her guitar playing also. I never once heard any mistakes. And the "friend" (sorry I don't his name) playing the background fiddle is a perfect accent.

And as for "Remembering" , I consider that to be the 2nd best song of 2012 in all of country music, right by "I'm not gonna Miss You" at number one.



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Re: Glen Campbell's Sons and Daughters' Musical Projects

Post by Dee » Wed Oct 07, 2015 3:34 am

Bull Sessions with Ashley Campbell in the Skype Live Studio presented by Spirit Mountain Casino!

Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWpi4a-Krz0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Looks Like Time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rt-ER7W ... FrcVglLi2H" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Remembering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pteY9udQ7A" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Gentle On My Mind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb_rQ5D9_z8" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Better Boyfriend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU-VkgozI3A" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Carl and Ashley's Breakdown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S517L0Wm8Hw" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;



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