Hey that's right, Cowpoke. Three of the unreleased GOTC tracks were later released!
Good question about when the tracks were recorded for the I'll Be Me soundtrack.
Wasn't there an IBM video clip of Glen singing at the Campbell Family cemetery taken around the time of the Campbell Family Reunion in Delight during the summer of 2012?
Was Glen singing "The Long Walk Home" in this scene? Maybe not. He may have been singing a hymn?
If this song was in another part of the clip, then Glen may have recorded it around this time period, summer 2012, a year into the Goodbye Tour and after a year of filming for the documentary.
Mid-2012. Just a big guess on my part.
Or do you believe this song and All I Need Is You were recorded after the tour ended in 2012 but before Glen's last sessions when recording "I'm Not Gonna Miss You"?
Rob, your last story made me cry but also gave me comfort in reading about Glen's connection just a couple of months ago with Jimmy Webb. I am so glad you were able to attend two of JW's shows and really appreciate your sharing some of the highlights with us here on Glen Campbell Forums. You describe things so well I almost feel as if I were at these shows, too!
Very thoughtful words about Kim Campbell, too, who also played a significant role in the making of GOTC.
Randy, I have been playing "Meet Glen Campbell" most every day for the last couple of weeks. With this album, I feel Julian Raymond really paved the way for GOTC's success.