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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Dee » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:45 pm

Posted by breautube on youtube!
Listen to Glen Campbell playing guitar on Barbara Mandrell's first record recorded in 1963.
From November 1987, Glen Campbell pays tribute to Barbara Mandrell on "This Is Your Life", mentioning he played guitar on Barbara's first record from 1963, "Queen for a Day"; after this clip we hear the record itself, followed by its flip side, on which Glen's playing is especially evident, "Alone in the Crowd". - breautube

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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Cowpoke » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:50 am

Interview with Paul Petersen. He remembers clearly that Glen played guitar on "She Rides With Me", produced by Brian Wilson.

http://www.courierpress.com/story/life/ ... /99207106/

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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Dee » Sat Mar 26, 2016 5:28 pm

Great info on the Merle Haggard / Glen Campbell recordings, ar!
Isn't it curious that Glen sang harmony and was on "Eleven Winners" in 1972? I look forward to listening to it as well as hearing the other tracks.
Perhaps some of the songs are on YouTube.

Ar, thanks a MILLION for posting the link to 706unionavenue.nl.
It could very well take a year to read through all of its webpages!
Great photos, well-researched. I wish we had a website with the same level of detail for Glen Campbell -- all his session work alone could fill pages and pages.
Thanks so much for sharing this resource.
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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby arlw » Fri Mar 25, 2016 3:37 pm

http://www.706unionavenue.nl/64258533


awesome website--could take a year to read it all!!
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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby arlw » Fri Mar 25, 2016 3:26 pm

Merle Haggard And The Strangers, "Eleven Winners" - Capitol Records ST-11745 released in 1972. Glen Campbell sings harmony in the song "Carolyn".

I'm A Lonesome Fugitive - Merle Haggard and The Strangers - Capitol Records, ST-2702. Original release from the 60's. Black label. Glen plays guitar and harmonizes on every song on this album.

The Best Of Merle Haggard, SN-16054, A Capitol reissue. Glen does harmony on almost every song on this album. Also guitar work is done by Glen Campbell.

Merle Haggard And The Strangers, "Songs I'll Always Sing" - Capitol Records SABB-11531, a two record set, 1973, 1974, 1977 release. Glen Campbell is heard on the song, "Branded Man", as he does harmony and guitar work, also "Sing Me Back Home", and "I'm A Lonesome Fugitive".

"Sing Me Back Home" - Merle Haggard And The Strangers. Capitol Records ST-2848. Glen does harmony and guitar work on the song, "The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp". Original release on black label.

Merle Haggard and the Strangers – Swinging Doors and the Bottle Let Me Down- KOCH/KOC-3-4052-2. Previously released as Capitol ST-2585. This CD was released in 1995 by KOCH International LP-1995 CEMA Special Markets. A Product of CEMA Special Markets, a division of Capitol Records, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The original release of this album is 1966. Credits are listed and Glen Campbell is one of the guitarists on this CD. The CD will remain sealed, for value purposes only.

There are at least 75 LP's/DVD's with Merle Haggard on them along with Glen and others, but didn't post those. The above is from my collection and these are ALL Merle Haggard/Glen Campbell!

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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Dee » Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:25 am

Glen Campbell was on guitar, banjo and backup vocals for Merle Haggard's 1968 “The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde"?
This is interesting information! (Love that song!)

Info sourced from:

Haggard song inspired by love for outlaws
Texarkana Gazette (TX) - March 25, 2016
http://www.pressreader.com/usa/texarkan ... 5/textview

Is there AFM documentation for this information, Cowpoke and Ar?

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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Cowpoke » Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:38 am

You're welcome too Arlw!

On another note: this CD apparantly has Glen mentioned in the credits as guitarist: http://www.allmusic.com/album/these-are ... 0002629095
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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby arlw » Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:13 pm

Just so you know--there are MANY of these 45's available on E-BAY....Right around 2-5.00 tops--the postage sometimes is MORE than the actual 45 rpm! There are also some of these that were released in the UK!
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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby arlw » Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:01 pm

Looks like the matching VINYL to the CD!! Interesting--thank you Cowpoke....Always glad to assist. I will have to search for that 45-I own NONE!
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Re: Glen Campbell's Studio Sessions

Postby Cowpoke » Sat Mar 19, 2016 8:16 am

Thanks Arlw! Appreciate it very much. We're lucky to have you on this forum!

I am closing in on another set of Andy Williams' tracks that Glen presumably played on. Interestingly enough, they are also present on "25 All-Time Greatest Hits 1956-1961: The Cadence Years".

The tracks were originally released on 1 single:

"In the Summertime (You Don't Want My Love)" b/w "Don't Go to Strangers (Cadence 1389)

Both tracks were recorded in one session on October 17, 1960 (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Williams%27_Best). This fits in perfectly with Glen's timeline. Glen came to LA in mid-July 1960. However he starved for a few months until he got the gig with The Champs in late October 1960. Now Glen's career as a studio musician didn't really get started until 1961 when he started making demos for American Music (and being recognized as a talented musician by producers who listened to his demos). So if Glen is on this Andy Williams 45rpm it must have been (one of) his first session(s) after moving to LA.

What proof do I have? I have an audience taping of a concert by Andy and Glen in the Grand Palace in Branson. On stage they share the story of how they first met: the recording session for "In The Summertime"! Andy also mentions that it was one of Glen's first jobs as a studio musician. After that they perform the song together. The sound quality is not good, but still, for historical purposes I will try to upload this part of the audience recording to the Resources forum here on Glen Campbell Forums.

PS: both songs were released on this album in late 1961...
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