Thank you so much for your dedication to Glen Campbell's discography! It is a very challenging task to sort it all out. I know how challenging it is because I wrote the GC American Treasure Box Set article for Wikipedia; Cowpoke input it to Wikipedia for me. I quickly learned that Wikipedia has so many rules! For example, because the Treasure Set had no professional reviews other than a partial one on The Second Disc, my hands were tied with regard to how much I could write about the box set. On the other hand, I appreciate that Wikipedia does require professional, recognized sources.
I don't know where to begin with all the songs / instrumentals that Glen performed that didn't make it to any of his (or other artists') albums! Have you watched the 8 Goodtime Hour shows recently made available online (for free!) by Shout! Factory? There are one-offs on these shows.
On various television specials (perhaps the Goodtime Hour and the Glen Campbell Music Show, too), Glen performed some Beatles' songs that he never recorded. Tim Pleshaw has some of these Beatles songs on his YouTube channel, "Diamond's In The Rough". Wouldn't it have been great for GC to have recorded an album of Beatles' songs? Here is an example from Tim's channel:
It's interesting to me that the first song Ashley learned to play on guitar was Blackbird!
"The_Beach", please let us know if you prefer for us to call you "Tim" on the Forums. I saw that you had signed off on one of your posts with "Tim" but didn't want to be too forward about using this name instead of your username!
AFD wrote:In 1978 he did "you Light Up My Life' at a concert I attended in Binghamton, NY.
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