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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by dee2 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 3:25 am

This is an outdated list authored by GC fan & discographer Richard Price with unreleased Glen Campbell-related recordings. Although some of these recordings have been released ("Quits" for example), many remain "in the vaults". Fans may find it of interest.

Glen Campbell's Unreleased Capitol Records Recordings (1962-1981)

(Matrix #) (Date) (Title) (Information if available)

37709
5/1/62
(Purchased Master)
If That’s the Price, I’ll Pay
BMI has a listing titled “Price I’ll Pay” written by
Glen Campbell and Jerry Capehart

37710
5/1/62
(Purchased Master)
Things I Say to Her Shoulder

37711
5/1/62
(Purchased Master)
From Me to You with Love
Written by William E. Page?

37712
5/1/62
(Purchased Master)
Young and Unafraid

37804
6/6/62
Nine Pound Hammer
Written by Merle Travis

37840
6/15/62
Beautiful Brown Eyes
Written by A. Delmore; recorded by Roy Acuff, etc.

37841
6/15/62
White Lightning
Written by J. P. Richardson; recorded by George Jones, etc.

37848
6/15/62
Sweet Temptation Written by Merle Travis & Cliffie Stone
Recorded by TE Ford, Don Gibson, etc.

37923
6/26/62
Sweet Temptation (w/Kathy Linden)?

37924
6/26/62
Never (w/Kathy Linden) Written by Terry Fell
Recorded by Eddie Cochran, Ferlin Husky, Slim Whitman, etc.

37926
6/26/62
If You Really Love Me (Take Me Home)
Kathy Linden recording…GC maybe on guitar?

38268
9/11/62
My Special Angel
Essential CD

39122
2/4/63
In an Alley in Nashville, Tenn.

39123
2/4/63
Lover

39124
2/4/63
Everybody Loves Somebody
Dean Martin

39125
2/4/63
Don’t Drop It Wilbert Harrison, Frankie Ford, Terry Fell, Autry Inman
1 wr: Terry Fell

39144
2/5/63
Burton Creek Breakdown

39145
2/5/63
Sweet

39146
2/5/63
Rich Man’s Daughter

39147
2/5/63
Muskrat Written by Merle Travis
Recorded by the Everly Brothers

39574
4/19/63
John Henry

Folk Song

39575
4/19/63
Who Can I Count On
Written by Sammy Masters; Recorded by Bobby Darin, Patsy Cline, Hank Locklin, Eddie Cochran, etc.

39576
4/19/63
Ole 99

50075
6/29/63
Beloved, My Beloved
Written by Jerry Capehart

50269
8/8/63
Nine Pound Hammer
Written by Merle Travis

50270
8/8/63
Rainin’ on the Mountain
Recorded by Delmore Brothers

50271



8/8/63
Brown’s Ferry Blues
Written by Alton Delmore

50272
8/8/63
500 Miles Written by Hedy West; recorded by Kingston Trio, Peter Paul & Mary, the Journeymen, etc.

50273
8/8/63
The Gal I Left Behind Me Traditional; recorded by Rex Allen, Bob Wills, Jim & Jesse, + Cowboy song

50274
8/8/63
Bull Durham
Written by Glen Campbell

50275
8/8/63
Country Girl Written by Roy Drusky; recorded by Faron Young, Roger
Miller, Buck Owens

50276
8/8/63
Dark as a Dungeon
Written by Merle Travis

50277
8/8/63
Red River Valley
Folk Song

50278
8/8/63
Tom Dooley
Folk Song

50279
8/8/63
Michael …Row the Boat Ashore
Traditional; recorded by the Highwaymen, etc.

50280
8/8/63
Wild Goose
Traditional Sea Shanty…could be same song

50281
8/8/63
La Bamba
Richie Valens

50282
8/8/63
Sixteen Tons
Written by Merle Travis

50283
8/8/63
Careless Love
Written by Alton Delmore

50284
8/9/63
Bring Me a Lil Water Silv’ry Written by Leadbelly
Recorded by Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, The Weavers, etc.

50285
8/9/63
Birmingham Jail Traditional
Recorded by Johnny Bond, Slim Whitman, Roy Acuff, etc.

50286
8/9/63
I’m Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail Written by Karl Davis and Harty Taylor
Recorded by the Everly Brothers, Hank Snow

50287
8/9/63
Arkansas Traveler Traditional
Recorded by Rex Allen, Chet Atkins, etc.

50293
8/9/63
Careless Love
Written by Alton Delmore; rec. by Delmore Brothers

50328
8/9/63
Weary Lonesome Traveler Could be: Lonesome Traveller…written by Lee Hays
Recorded by: Woody Guthrie, the Seekers

50329
8/9/63
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Folk Song

50330
8/9/63
Beautiful Brown Eyes
Released on Essential?

50331
8/9/63
John Henry

50332
8/9/63
Worried Man Blues Recorded by Burl Ives, Carter Family, Osborne Brothers, etc.

50333
8/9/63
Midnight Special (Rhythm Track) Recorded by Merle Travis, Delmore Brothers, Kingston
Trio, Louvin Brothers, etc.


50619
10/1/63
Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
Bob Dylan

50623
10/1/63
The First Time Written by Ewan MacColl
Recorded by Peter Paul & Mary-1965, many others

51129
1/7/64
Twelve Blues
Written by Glen Campbell

51160
1/8/64
Let Me Make It Up to You
Several songs with this title

51161
1/8/64
Ask Her If She Has a Friend

51162
1/8/64
Athena 1 song wr. by Jimmy Seals
1 song wr. by Ralph Blane & Hugh Martin??

52774
9/1/64
Thanks to You Recorded by Johnny Cash…could be same song
Recorded by Nancy Sinatra

52949
10/14/64
Guess I’m Dumb
1st version

55242
10/14/65
Goodbye Girl
One song by Laura Nyro, another song recorded by Four Seasons before 1967 or could be same song

55243
10/14/65
Walk Right In

55679
2/16/66
I’m the One 2 different songs: 1 by the Association and 1 by Gerry &
the Pacemakers

56568
9/12/66
Let’s Think About Living Written by Boudleaux Bryant; Rec. by Johnny Burnette in
1962, Bob Luman, Billy Walker, etc.

57541
4/19/67
Travis Walk


57553
4/19/67
Talk Talk Talk 2 different songs: 1 by Frankie Avalon; 1 by Cecil Camp-bell; 1 wr. by Peter de Angelis (worked w/Al Martino)


57638
5/17/67
Human 2 different songs: 1 written by Gary Usher, rec. by Hank
Snow; 1 written by Luther Dixon, rec. by Tommy Hunt

57732
6/1/67
Alimony 2 different songs: 1 written by Dick Feller and 1 by Shel
Silverstein…rec. by Bobby Bare, Frankie Ford..diff songs

57875
6/20/67
Today (instr.)
Different version

58072
7/27/67
The Last Thing on My Mind
Different version

58073
7/27/67
Gotta Find a Woman 1 song written by William Wayman
1 song written by John Autry

58074
7/27/67
A Place in the Sun
First version

58194
8/14/67
Lonely Afternoon of Summer Longing “Lonely Afternoon” rec. by Jack Jones
“Empty Afternoon…” written by John Hartford

58195
8/14/67
Visions of Sugarplums
First version

58196
8/14/67
The Lillies Grow High Cowboy song
Recorded by Rex Allen and Addrisi Brothers

58348
9/22/67
Greenside of the Mountain

58349
9/22/67
Hold My Hand
Written by Mac Davis, recorded by Vikki Carr

58350
9/22/67
Backward, Turn Backward Cowboy song…..Written by Dave Coleman
Recorded by Pee Wee King, Slim Whitman

58462
10.11.67
Gotta Travel On
Recorded by many country singers

58463
10.11.67
Is There Any Chance
Marty Robbins

58464
10.11.67
I Walk the Line
Essential CD

58465
10.11.67
Lover
1 song wr. by Burt Bacharach, recorded by Tommy Hunt in 1961; also a diff. song wr. by Rodgers/Hart & rec. by Peggy Lee, Frank Sinatra..

58701
11.20.67
They’ll Never Taker Her Love from Me Written by Leon Payne; recorded by George Jones, Willie
Nelson, Marty Robbins, Don Gibson, Elvis Costello, Jack Scott

58701
12/4/67
They’ll Never Taker Her Love from Me (remake)
remake from above

58796
12/4/67
Son of Hickory Holler’s Tramp Written by Dallas Frazier; recorded by O. C. Smith, Gary
Puckett, Bobby Bare, Johnny Darrell, etc.

58797
12/4/67
Scarlet Ribbons
Early version

58871
12/14/67
Until It’s Time for You to Go
Written by Buffy Saint-Marie

58894
12/18/67
Buddy
2 different songs: 1 written by Willie Nelson and 1 written by Jackie DeShannon
Jackie DeShannon

59001
1/8/68
I Don’t Believe You Could be the same song as “I Don’t Believe You (She
Acts Like We Never Have Met)

59530
4/11/68
Peaceful (w/Bobbie Gentry)

59531
4/11/68
Dangling Conversation (w/Gentry)

59553
4/12/68
The Last Thing on My Mind (w/Gentry)

59554
4/12/68
Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright (w/Gentry)

59772
5/13/68
Come Away Melinda??? (w/Gentry) Bobbie Gentry, Judy Collins, Weavers; Written by Fred Hillerman & Frances Minkoff; This may be Gentry only??

59970
6/12/68
How Little Men Care
Written/Recorded by Johnny Darrell in 1968

70182
7/16/68
Folk Singer Written by Merle Kilgore…could be same song
Recorded by Tommy Roe, Jim Ed Brown, Jimmy Justice

70183
7/16/68
White Christmas

70427
8/27/68?
I Am a Drunkard

70435
8/27/68?
Darcey Farrow Written by T. Campbell/S. Gillette
Recorded by John Denver, Ian & Sylvia, Nanci Griffith, etc.

70446
8/27/68?
Cheryl and Pete

70526
3/5/69
Classical Gas

70527
3/5/69
All the Way
recorded by Frank Sinatra

72118
3/27/69
Sounds of Yesterday 2 titles at BMI…1 wr. by Val Stecklein, the other wr. by
Kenneth J. Barberio No titles at ASCAP

70542
6/10/69
Lemonade Day
written by Mitch Torok & Ramona Redd

70543A
6/10/71 & 4/28/71
Please Mister (retitled from “Brass Tacks”)

70544
6/10/69
Didn’t We
Jimmy Webb

71733
1/23/69
Walk Right Back (w/Gentry)
UK release

71734
1/23/69
I Wonder If I Care as Much (w/Gentry)
Everly Brothers

72119
3/27/69
Raunchy

72121
3/27/69
The Lord’s Prayer

72364
5/69
Clowns Exit Laughing Written by Jimmy Webb
Recorded by The Fortunes

73092
8/20/69
The Night Before Christmas

73163
8/27/69
Silent Night

73186
9/23/69
Country Girl Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Dottie West, Faron Young,
Jeanie C. Riley 1 wr: Craig Smith

73352
10/27/69
I’ll Stand Beside You
1 song written by Julia H. Hawkins???

73587
11/18/69
Water the Family Tree Written by Bruce Channel
Recorded by Mel Tillis in 1971

76329?
11/28/69
Politician Several songs with this title, the most likely one
one was recorded by Lou Rawls on a 1972 album

73630?
11/28/69
In the Eyes of My People
Written & recorded by Mac Davis

73997
2/17/70
Beth
Written by Jimmy Webb; recorded by Richard Harris

74375
5/4/70
God’s Own Fool
Michael Card?

74777
6/25/70
Fine Could be??? “Fine as Fine Can Be” by Gordon Lightfoot
Recorded by Tony Rice

76025
12/23/70
Evie
Written by Jimmy Webb; recorded by Revelation,
Johnny Mathis

76098
1/11/71
The End 2 different songs: 1 written by Jacobson/Krondes and recorded by Nancy Sinatra in 1966; the other by David Allan Coe

76121
1/20/71
Danny Boy

76122
1/20/71
Greensleeves

76123
1/20/71
Shenandoah

76124
1/20/71
All Through the Night

76164
1/19/71
Family of Man
Written by Paul Williams; recorded by Three Dog Night

76373
2/19/71
Aura Lee (Remake)

77077
7/21/71
Heaven is Here (w/Anne Murray)
Written by Gene MacLellan; recorded by Anne Murray

77078
7/21/71
Break My Mind (w/Anne Murray)
Written by John D. Loudermilk

77214
8/18/71
The Summer Knows Written by Bergman/Legrand for “Summer of ’42)
Recorded by Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra

77260

77261
8/30/71
Home Again 3 different songs: 1 written by Carole King; 1 written by Randy Edelman: and 1 written by Batdorf

77261
8/30/71
My First Night Alone Without You Written by Kin Vassy; recorded by Dionne Warwick,
Bonnie Raitt, David Cassidy, Jane Olivor

77262
8/30/71
A Stone’s Throw
Written by Jerry Fuller; recorded by Al Wilson

77660
11/10/71
A Song for You
Written by Leon Russell

77661
11/10/71
Everything’s Been Changed Written by Paul Anka; recorded by 5th Dimension, Anne Murray and Paul Anka


77662
11/10/71
They’ll Never Take Her Love from Me
Alt. version of song from 11.20.67?

77848
12/13/71
Love Song
Jimmy Webb

77849
12/13/71
Smell the Flowers
Jerry Reed

77850
12/13/71
Somewhere They’re Singing My Song
No listing in ASCAP or BMI

78136
2/25/72
Part of Your Life
Written & Recorded by Charlie Rich in 1972. Also recorded by Kris Kristofferson in 1973

78139
2/29/72
Love is Blue (Remake)

78140
2/29/72
Someday Soon

78166
2/29/72
My Kind of People 13 titles at BMI
1 wr: Jan Howard

78167
2/29/72
We’ll Sing in the Sunshine
Written by Gale Garnett

78964
8/2/72
Touch Your Woman
Recorded by Dolly Parton-1972, Skeeter Davis-1971, and
Kate Campbell-2003

78965
8/2/72
Running Scared (first version)

79024
8/15/72
Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Carole King

79500
12/7/72
All I Know
Written by Jimmy Webb

79501
12/7/72
Clowns Exit Laughing
Written by Jimmy Webb

79501
6/7/73
Clowns Exit Laughing (remake)
Written by Jimmy Webb

79841A
7/?/73
I Take It on Home (remake)
Written by Kenny O’Dell?

79845
3/2/73
Don’t Hide Your Love
Cher Petula Clark 4 titles at ASCAP, 14 at BMI
most likely one written by Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield

79846
3/2/73
Faded, Jaded Cowboy Star
Alternate version of “Sold American”???

90009
4/3/73
Let Me Be Yours
3 titles at ASCAP
8 titles at BMI

90387
6/14/73
Five Years or a Thousand Miles
Written by Bill C. Graham

90388
6/14/73
These New Days
Written by Bill C. Graham

90388A
7/?/73
These New Days (remake)
Written by Bill C. Graham

90778A
1/21/74
Houston (I’m Comin’ to See You) (Remix)
Perhaps the “London” version?

90871
10/30/73
William Tell

90873
10/30/73
Country Boy One song recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens, Cowboy
Copas; One song recorded by Johnny Cash

91168
3/5/74
Crying in My Sleep
Written by Jimmy Webb

91169
4/1/74
Just This One Time (remake?)
Written by Jimmy Webb

91170
4/1/74
Adoration (remake?)
Written by Jimmy Webb

91245
4/1/74
All I Know
Written by Jimmy Webb

91325
5/6/74
I Have Everything I Need
Possibly written by Burt Bacharach & Bobby Russell

91326
5/6/74
Us
Recorded by Tom Jones on “Memories Don’t Leave Like People Do”
LP in 1975. Written by Burt Bacharach & Bobby Russell

91326
5/7/74
Us (remake)
Written by Burt Bacharach & Bobby Russell

91327
5/6/74
Peaches Don’t Grow on Cherry Trees
Written by Burt Bacharach & Bobby Russell

91327
5/7/74
Peaches Don’t Grow on Cherry Trees (remake)
Written by Burt Bacharach & Bobby Russell

91689
9/?/74
I Just Want You Back in My Arms Again
(Incomplete)

91690
9/22/74
Ocean in His Eyes (w/Sandy Brink)
Written by Jimmy Webb

91691
9/22/74
Only with You (w/Sandy Brink) Beach Boys
1 written by Roy Orbison/Bill Dees

91911
2/24/75
We’re Over
1st version

91912
2/24/75
I Miss You Tonight
1st version

92023
3/21/75
Coming Home

92024
3/21/75
Quits Written by Danny O’Keefe and rec. by Gary Stewart,
Chris Hillman, Andy Williams & BW Stevenson in 75-76

92024
4/1/75
Quits (remake) Written by Danny O’Keefe and rec. by Gary Stewart,
Chris Hillman, Andy Williams & BW Stevenson in 75-76

92025
3/21/75
If
Written by David Gates

92025
4/1/75
If (remake)
Written by David Gates

92042
4/3/75
Games People Play
Written by Joe South

92043
4/3/75
Blues My Naughty Lady Gives to Me
Same song later done for Atlantic 90016

92232
5/29/75
Coming Home
Live in Japan; Essential

92780
12/2/75
Birmingham
Randy Newman

93216
6/7/76
You Set My Dreams to Music Recorded by John Travolta-1977, Dusty Springfield, and
Anne Murray-1980 Written by Stephen Dorff

93217
6/7/76 This is Getting Funny
(Ain’t Nobody Laughin’) Written by Michael Smotheman
Recorded by Waylon Jennings
Michael Smotherman

93218
6/7/76
One of the Few (rejected)
Written by John Cooper (aka Jimmy Webb)

93218
2/22/78
One of the Few (remake)
Written by John Cooper (aka Jimmy Webb)

93229
6/7/76
Getaway 1 song written by Barry White
Earth Wind & Fire

93341
8/5/76
Standin’ by Me
Written by Larry Gatlin; rec. by Gatlin Brothers in 1978

93342
8/5/76
Quits Written by Danny O’Keefe and rec. by Gary Stewart,
Chris Hillman, Andy Williams & BW Stevenson in 75-76

93470
10/1/76
When Did I Lose Your Love Written by Jimmy Webb; Recorded by the 5th Dimension;
also performed by Jimmy at the Record Plant in Nov. 1975

93471
10/1/76
One of These Nights Probably the song written by Jimmy Webb and performed
by Jimmy at the Record Plant in Nov. 1975.

93474
10/2/76
Dreamin’ 1 song rec. by Johnny Burnette; 1 song wr. by Leo Sayer;
Andrae Crouch or Cascades

93477
10/12/76
(I’m Getting) Used to the Crying (remake)
Michael Smotherman

93478
10/12/76
Just Like a Woman
Bob Dylan

93479
10/12/76
Us 1 wr: Burt Bacharach; 1 wr: Harold Jenkins;
1 wr: Jeff Barry & Tom Scott; 1 wr: Bill Anderson

93480
10/12/76
Inspirational
4 titles at ASCAP; several titles at BMI

94101
4/2/77
Gentle on My Mind
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94102
4/2/77
Country Boy
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94103
4/2/77
Don’t Pull Your Love/Then You Can Tell…
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94107
4/2/77
Turn Around, Look at Me
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94113
4/2/77
Where’s the Playground Susie
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94124
4/2/77
Early Morning Song
Outtake from “Live at the Royal Festival Hall”

94193
5/31/77
You Will Not Lose
Written by Allen Toussaint

94195
5/31/77
Music, Music, Music
Teresa Brewer, The Happenings
Old Song: “Put another nickel in…”

94228
6/7/77
Country Singer Several titles at BMI
1 wr. by Rusty Kershaw and rec. by Doug Kershaw..1970

94440
9/29/77
Basic Lady
Written by Allen Toussaint

94442
9/29/77
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me
Same song later done for Atlantic 90016

94443
9/29/77
Sunshower
Written by Jimmy Webb

94859
2/27/78
When Can Brown Begin
Written by Jimmy Webb

94861
2/27/78
It’s Easy Once You Know
Written by Michael Smotherman

94862
2/27/78
Roll On Brother
Written by Michael Smotherman

94917
2/10/78…(could be 3/10/78)?
Our Movie
Written by Jimmy Webb

95129
5/16/78
Never Want to Lose Your Love
Written by Jerry Wiener…could be same song
Recorded by Paul Davis-1977

95130
5/16/78
Dog Boy Blues

95134
5/24/78 (This is Getting Funny)
Ain’t Nobody Laughin’ Written by Michael Smotherman
Recorded by Waylon Jennings

95135
5/24/78
Suffer Little Children
Michael Smotherman, early solo version of later GC/JC duet

95136
5/25/78
Never Tell You No Lies
Michael Smotherman

95832
3/7/79
Love Every Day Written by Hugh Stevenson; + 3 titles at BMI
1 wr & rec by Boyce & Hart in 1968

95833
3/7/79
Is There Room in Your World for Me
Written by Mickey Worley?

95834
3/7/79
I Didn’t Promise It to Ya

95836
3/7/79
It’s Up to You Rick Nelson, Moody Blues, John Denver
1 wr: Jerry Fuller; 1 wr: Billy Vera; 1 wr: Al Dexter

95837
3/9/79
Colleen
Written by Michael Smotherman

95838
3/9/79
Sunshower
Written by Jimmy Webb

95839
3/9/79
Innocence
Many songs with this title

95840
3/9/79
Ain’t Gonna Work No More
Written and recorded by Roger Miller in 1978

95841
3/9/79
I Just Want You Back Here

95969
5/15/79
Roman Candles
Written by Michael Smotherman

95970
5/15/79
What Goes Around
Written by Michael Smotherman

95971
5/15/79
Open Up Your Eyes Livingston Taylor, Hollies
1 wr: Livingston Taylor

96182
11/?/78
Friends Bette Midler, Beach Boys, Elton John
1 written by Bacharach/Sager; many other titles

96209
11/8/78
Hollywood (1st version)
written by Michael Smotherman

96210
11/8/78
Hollywood (2nd version) (dubbed from 96209)?
written by Michael Smotherman

96213
11/7/78
Melinda
1 song written by Jerry Crutchfield; 1 wr. by Joe Maphis

96214
11/8/78
Show Me That You Love Me
early solo version of GC/RC duet from 1980?

96215
11/9/78
Something Good’s Bound to Happen
No listing in ASCAP or BMI

96216
11/9/78
Universal Law
Written by Michael Smotherman, recorded by Bill & Boyd

96217
11/9/78
Hideaway Written by Jimmy Webb & recorded by the 5th Dimension;
1 wr. by Dorsey Burnette; 1 wr. by Johnny Lee

96218
11/10/78
Crazy (Never Think They’re Crazy)
probably Smotherman?

96219
11/10/78
Big is My Love
maybe Smotherman?

98036
1/1/79
Roll On Brother
Written by Michael Smotherman

98037
1/1/79
Music, Music, Music Teresa Brewer, The Happenings
Old Song: “Put another nickel in…”

98038
1/1/79
Blues My Sweetie Gives to Me
Same song later done for Atlantic 90016

98039
1/1/79
You Will Not Lose Allen Toussaint song…later recorded
for “Walkin’ in the Sun” album

98040
1/1/79
Basic Lady Allen Toussaint song…recorded by Allen Toussaint on
Southern Nights album, and by Rita Coolidge

96007
5/1/79
All the Way
Nelson Riddle sessions

96008
5/1/79
Blue Sky Shining
Nelson Riddle sessions

96009
5/1/79
Learnin’ the Blues
Nelson Riddle sessions

96575
1/28/80
Undertow of Love
Written by Murray Grand?

96577
1/28/80
Solitaire Written by Phil Cody & Neil Sedaka
Recorded by Neil Sedaka, many others

96608
1/31/80
I Got a Good Deal

96611
2/1/80
The Rose
Written by Amanda McBroom, recorded by Bette Midler

96612
2/1/80
You’re So Fair Colleen
Written by Michael Smotherman, recorded by Bill & Boyd

97105
7/28/80
My Song Written by Steve Hardin
Recorded by Tanya Tucker-1980

97109
7/29/80
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Hank Williams

97111
7/30/80
To Be Loved Written by Tyran Carlo, Berry Gordy Jr. & Gwen Gordy.
Recorded by : Jackie Wilson, BJ Thomas, and others

97113
7/31/80
A Little Bit of Lovin’ 1 song written by Deborah Allen & Rafe Van Hoy
Recorded by Johnny Lee, John Conlee…could be same song

97116
8/1/80
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Re: New DVD / CD Releases

Post by dee2 » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:39 pm

arlw wrote:
Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:17 pm
Dee,
I do not have this CD but can give you a few tips! I remember when this came out!

That "Jan & Dean's California Special" CD came out a few years ago-Original Release Date: January 1, 2009-they re-released this-my guess--re mastered it once again for this Release Date: September 13, 2015.
The spoken segment by Glen as one of the tracks was just that--have to remember that Glen did session work with Jan and Dean and was on so many recordings w/them. I am sure he is on most of those tracks on the CD. The spoken segment is Glen talking about the times he was with Jan and Dean. Surf City and other records Glen Campbell was on...
Ar

Jan & Dean with Friends & Jan & Dean -----This is the Key word on this CD----
Cool! The "Jan & Dean's California Special" CD is now on the official Glen Campbell topic on YouTube courtesy of Label Engine. This is Glen's complete intro from the CD; he had served as host for the California Special:




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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by Cowpoke » Thu Jun 28, 2018 2:57 pm

Thanks Arlw for that information. I wonder if all the tracks on that LP are performed by Glen or are most of the tracks by other artists?


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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by arlw » Sun Jun 24, 2018 5:46 pm

Melody Ranch Volume 3-Country Stars Mint Music DVD. This is NTSC Region Free and suitable for USA DVD players. THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM 5 YEARS OF MELODY RANCH TELEVISION SHOWS. A dazzling series of segments from the benchmark music-TV program "Melody Ranch" which brought rising and well-known stars of country music to the West Coast television in the late 60s and early 70s. Such artists as Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, Barbara Mandrell, Waylon Jennings, Roy Clark, Donna Fargo and others (appearing on various volumes of this Melody Ranch series) are seen as young singers on the rise, performing the hits that would soon make them country superstars. Nostalgia buffs and country music lovers alike will be compelled by the glimpses of today's veterans as eager youngsters - and by reminders of the charm of pre-MTV approaches to music television. Re-mastered to the highest possible quality from material filmed on cameras of the times. This DVD contains “The Sons of the Pioneers”, “Glen Campbell”, “Johnny Bond”, and many others. IMM-940047 (8-712177-046645.) There are 20 performances on here and Glen does just one, “Gentle on my Mind.” Nice picture of Glen Campbell on the back of the DVD cover. The DVD cover comes in full color on the front/back. This one is also made in Portugal, but it is region free. Put out by Immortal. This DVD is about 50 minutes long. Licensed from IMC Licensing from SA / Released in 2004. The DVD was designed in The Netherlands



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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by arlw » Sun Jun 24, 2018 5:44 pm

From my collection:

Factory sealed new archive release of segments from the benchmark music-TV show "Melody Ranch" which brought rising and well-known stars of country music to west-Coast TV in the late '60's and early '70's. This is Volume 4 and it features 20 songs, including vintage footage of Tex Ritter, The Dillards, Lynn Anderson, Glen Campbell and more. Cool stuff and a great collectible DVD! Put out by IMMORTAL. It is in full color and about 53 minutes. NTSC Format-2004 release date- IMC Music Ltd. IMM-940048 (8-712177-046652.) Mono Recording. There are 20 different DVD recordings on here-highlights from 5 years of Melody Ranch Television Shows. Glen is on the first two tracks. He does “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” and “Cripple Creek.” This program has been compiled from television archive footage that has been re-mastered to the highest possible quality. Regarding these “MELODY RANCH” DVD’s-Glen Campbell is also on Volume 2 and Volume 3. This one is Volume 4. This DVD was opened to see if it would play and it is NTSC format.

Melody Ranch Volume 2-Country Stars Mint Music DVD. This is NTSC Region Free and suitable for USA DVD players. THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM 5 YEARS OF MELODY RANCH TELEVISION SHOWS. A dazzling series of segments from the benchmark music-TV program "Melody Ranch" which brought rising and well-known stars of country music to the West Coast television in the late 60s and early 70s. Such artists as Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, Barbara Mandrell, Waylon Jennings, Roy Clark, Donna Fargo and others (appearing on various volumes of this Melody Ranch series) are seen as young singers on the rise, performing the hits that would soon make them country superstars. Nostalgia buffs and country music lovers alike will be compelled by the glimpses of today's veterans as eager youngsters - and by reminders of the charm of pre-MTV approaches to music television. Re-mastered to the highest possible quality from material filmed on cameras of the times. Glen sings “SATISFIED MIND” and “BURNING BRIDGES.” Put out by Immortal. The DVD has a full color front and back and a total of 18 performances. Glen is on the first two. This DVD is about 45 minutes long. Licensed from IMC Licensing from SA / Released in 2004. IMM-940046-(8-712177-046638.). This DVD was actually made in Portugal, but it is region free. There are pictures on the back of the DVD and Glen Campbell is on two of them. Great DVD. The DVD was designed in The Netherlands.



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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by arlw » Sun Jun 24, 2018 5:36 pm

I have this LP--if you find another, buy it. This is my write up from my collection. There are also DVD's released w/this title-I have that as well.

Golden West Broadcasters Presents The Very Finest In Country And Western Entertainment – “MELODY RANCH-FEATURING GLEN CAMPBELL” – This album is LIVE at the Melody Ranch on the STACK-O-HITS blue colored label. Release date of this LP is 1981. A.G. 9020. This record has no breaks/lines in between the vinyl as it was recorded live, so it looks like it’s a one track LP and it’s like that on BOTH sides! Stack –O- Hits Records is from Los Angeles, CA. Distributed through ALBUM GLOBE DISTRIBUTION, INC., located in Tennessee. AG-Album Globe-Vintage Series is written on the cover. This is an original release with 11 tracks on here. The tracks are-Back In The Saddle Again, Wabash Cannonball, Roll Roll Rollin Along, Beautiful Dreamer, Gentle On My Mind, Lies, Boll Weevil, Mental Revenge, Spanish Flea and Hoedown, May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You, and the show ends with Back In The Saddle Again! This LP is extremely rare to locate. The jacket is in great shape. The LP is almost mint condition. A very rare find and considered an “Obscured” LP!



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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by Cowpoke » Sun Jun 24, 2018 12:30 pm

Hi Dee,
I don't think I ever saw this one before. How cool! There is nothing I can say about this release. I have no information on it. Time for the real experts... Hair, Arlw, KOA.


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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by dee2 » Tue Jun 19, 2018 11:22 am

Hi All,
I have a question about this LP that is not listed in Glen's discography. It doesn't seem to be a common one and may not be authorized because--similar to the Starday albums, Glen's image is not on it. Or, it just may be a promo.

Some of the songs or instruments are unfamiliar to me such as "Mental Revenge".
Others are instrumentals (12-string?) that appear on other GC albums but I hadn't known GC performed these pieces on Melody Ranch, the tv show.

Could some of these tracks be from the Melody Ranch radio broadcasts?

"Goldenwest Broadcasters presents the very finest in Country and Western Entertainment""

"Melody Ranch Featuring GLEN CAMPBELL"
1981, Distributed through Album Globe Distributing Co. Inc., TN
AG-9020 Stereo


On the back cover:
The illustrations are a commercial concept for this album. Therefore, we are unable to say that the illustrations represent a completely accurate presentation of the recording artist as he has or does now appear. The album may contain previously recorded material."
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Thanks!

Dee



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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by The_Beach » Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:42 pm

Hi Rob

I seen on your list of rare Glen Campbell CDs you gave Glen credit for Jerry Capehart single "Song Of New Orleans" b/w "The Theme For The Young And The Blue" (Crest 1101, 1962). Did Glen help record these if so what did he help with? Or did Glen do all the work and Jerry put his name on the single? Thanks



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Re: Glen Campbell Discography

Post by The_Beach » Sat Aug 27, 2016 7:27 pm

Dee wrote:Thanks so much, Cowpoke!

So, DIDN'T WE was never released on a studio album -- just on this compilation? It hardly seems possible (and I'm certain you are right).
Then, this compilation album (pictured below) is especially significant -- in addition to the other unreleased, unsourced recordings on it!

It's a difficult album to find, at least it was for me. I only recently bought a used one. Thanks again!
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Bump...

This albums seems a little bit more then a normal compilation to me. Now it is much easier to find this album has been reissued as Glen Campbell - Country Boy's Hits. Its pretty cheap to get too on amazon right now if anyone is interested in it.



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