Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2012 - 07:09 pm:
I have a question about the song and a 45 rpm called "LIES" by The Knickerbockers. I have this one listed below which is a 45 as well but, from a different group and it's in my Glen Campbell collection.
I looked up the LP/CD and one of the tracks from the LP called LIES is this, On the LP-"Can't you see I'm Tryin'" was written by Glen Campbell.
This one below is the one I have:
I ALSO have the original 45 LIES --on the Challenge Label. Should that be counted even though Glen is not mentioned on the original release?
This one below is from my collection!
FORTE FOUR 45, DECCA 31979, Gary Usher Item – This is a Canada Pressing from 1966, Side 1 “Can’t You See I’m Trying.” Written by “Glen Campbell” and “Jerry Fuller.” Side 2. “Don’t Let The Sun Shine On Me”-Written by Annette Tucker-Keith Colley. Great rocking vocals produced by Gary Usher. The 45 appears to be in almost mint condition. The label is black on the DECCA label-Broadcast under license only – compo co. Ltd. Canada. (L14,016) / (L14-015). Glen Campbell’s name is acknowledged on this 45 and is listed under the group “FORTE’ FOUR.” This is a very rare 45 and in great shape for 37 years ago.
I would love to add the Challenge Label LIES but only if Glen is on here and when I looked it up, Glen was given credit for playing studio session work!