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Re: Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

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Capitol Records Continues Celebration Of 75th Anniversary With Second Installment Of Holiday And Seasonal Classics, "A Capitol Christmas Volume 2," Featuring Label's Legendary Artists
PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire

Nov. 20, 2017

Capitol Records' celebration of its 75th anniversary continues with the release of A Capitol Christmas Volume 2, a collection of 24 timeless holiday and seasonal classics sung by the label's unmatched list of legends. Available now digitally and on 2 CDS, and December 1 as a double LP in gatefold cover, the album brings together some of pop music's most iconic holiday songs with extremely rare recordings originally issued in very limited release. Volume 2's list of singers includes Glen Campbell, The Beach Boys, Wayne Newton, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, Nancy Wilson, Johnny Mercer, The Louvin Brothers and many more, with each contribution lovingly chronicled in liner notes provided by compilation producer Jay Landers.

Glen Campbell was one of Capitol's most iconic stars of the '60s and '70s, recording a remarkable 40 albums for the label. In 1968, on the heels of a string of hit albums – the Grammy Award-winning By The Time I Get To Phoenix and Gentle On My Mind and the #1 record Wichita Lineman – Campbell teamed back up with Capitol's in-house producer and arranger Al De Lory for That Christmas Feeling. The album is showcased here with Campbell's exquisite rendition of the Elvis Presley-immortalized "Blue Christmas" and the lesser known "Old Toy Trains," which was written by his good friend Roger Miller and shows off a different side of the singer.


You can PREVIEW the album tracks here: https://lnk.to/CapitolChristmas2 (Of course, Glen's tracks are ones we fans are already very familiar with; tracks that have been released more times than we care to count. Still, it's nice to see these tracks included on a 75th anniversary release.)

The album cover is shown below. Featured on the cover photo is the historic Capitol Records Tree atop the iconic Capitol Records building. This year marks the 59th time the tree has been lit to usher in the holiday season in Hollywood. Designed by Ollsen Lighting, the tree features more than 4,373 bulbs! (info from prnewswire) .

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Re: Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

Postby Dee » Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:20 pm

March 27, 2017 marks the 75th Anniversary of Capitol Records!

Glen Campbell signed with Capitol in 1962. Here's Glen at the Capitol Records Tower in late 1962, singing with Merle Travis who wrote "Kentucky Means Paradise":

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Re: Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

Postby Dee » Thu Mar 23, 2017 8:01 pm

Large price drop on "75 Years of Capitol Records" (Hardcover)
$65.23 on amazon dot com
Reviews are mixed mostly because of the book's "holes" or gaps in history.
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Re: Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

Postby jay » Thu Nov 03, 2016 6:55 am

I bet that cover was shot along with the series of pictures from the train yard.
They got a lot of mileage out of that shoot.
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Re: Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

Postby Dee » Thu Nov 03, 2016 4:37 am

Cover of Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Reissue of "By The Time I Get To Phoenix"
Remastered vinyl with special tribute label on front sleeve

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Glen Campbell & Capitol Records 75th Anniversary

Postby Dee » Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:54 pm

Capitol Records is celebrating its 75th anniversary year in the recording business with projects planned beginning November 15th and continuing through 2017 to encompass music, film and the literary worlds. The official anniversary press announcement provided by Capitol Records on November 1st is posted below as well as official press photos of the landmark Capitol Records building (celebrating its 60th anniversary), a book tie-in and much more.

GREAT NEWS FOR GLEN CAMPBELL & FANS:
One of Capitol's celebratory projects is a reissue of each of the best of the best 75 albums released on the Capitol label over the last 75 years. As a long-time fan, I am thrilled to post Glen Campbell's "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" album is one of these 75 to get the vinyl treatment! "Phoenix" will be reissued and available for purchase beginning this month. The inclusion of Glen's 1967 award-winning record in Capitol's anniversary collection is a well-deserved tribute to Glen in honor of his long-standing relationship with Capitol, his contributions to the label's success and the music industry-at-large, and his phenomenal recording history. A complete list of albums selected for this special tribute is posted below, and Glen appears on many of these albums as a session musician. Glen is certain to be included in other celebratory projects over the next year. Watch this topic for new posts!

Official Press Release

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HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Capitol Records, one of the world's preeminent music companies and the first record label established on the West Coast, will launch its 75th Anniversary Celebration in November with an extensive slate of music, film and literary projects that will pay tribute to Capitol artists spanning the past eight decades and shine a spotlight on their historic contributions to music and popular culture.

Capitol Music Group (CMG) Chairman & CEO Steve Barnett today announced three of the company's planned endeavors: A year-long major vinyl reissue campaign – The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection, 75 albums that illustrate the unparalleled artistry of Capitol Records throughout its history – launched in partnership with leading home furnishings destination Crate and Barrel; the publication of a deluxe photograph and essay book from TASCHEN, 75 Years Of Capitol Records, on December 15, and the development of a Capitol Records docuseries being produced by Nigel Sinclair/Whitehorse Pictures (The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan), with individual episodes to be directed by music luminaries and Capitol artists, past and present.

The year-long celebration will commence on Tuesday, November 15 when Capitol becomes the first record company to receive a star of recognition from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which will be installed in front of the landmark Capitol Tower and adjacent to the internationally-renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame. At the star's unveiling, the State the Los Angeles City Council will present Capitol with a resolution declaring November 15 Capitol Records Day in the city. Beginning that evening, the spire on top of the Capitol Tower that has always emitted "Hollywood" in Morse code will change to "Capitol 75," and will continue to flash in that manner for the next 12 months.

The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection – Vinyl Reissue Program
To select 75 albums that represent the best of Capitol Records from among literally thousands of works the company has released over the past 75 years, the label convened an advisory board of noted music journalists, authors and renowned creative figures to decide on the final list of albums that comprise The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection. The result spans myriad Capitol eras and musical genres, and includes best sellers, influential works and lesser-known gems (see below). The reissue program begins this month, and titles will be available through music retailers throughout 2017.

75 Years of Capitol Records – TASCHEN Release in December
To commemorate Capitol's extraordinary history of recorded music, TASCHEN is publishing the official account of Capitol Records from its founding year of 1942 through to today. To be released December 15, 75 Years of Capitol Records follows the label's evolution and the making of some of the greatest music of the 20th and 21st centuries. The book includes hundreds of images from Capitol's extensive archives, as well as a foreword by Beck and essays by cultural historians and music and architecture critics. This photographic and musical history includes the label's most commercially successful, creative and important artists whose work has defined Capitol Records, music and popular culture for the past eight decades. 75 Years of Capitol Records is also available at Capitol's online store. (Note from Dee: This 492-page book is currently listed at $150. TASCHEN is well known for publishing top-end, high quality art books.)

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TASCHEN book to be released December 15, 2016

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Capitol Records Docuseries – Produced by Nigel Sinclair / Whitehorse Pictures
This series – planned for release in the autumn of 2017 – will tap into the creative passions of Capitol's artists, the hidden glories of the company's extensive archives and the many stories that have taken place within the Capitol Tower throughout its 75-year as one of the world's premiere music companies. But it will be more than just the illustrious history of such a storied label; it will also tell the story of America's love affair with popular music and an exploration of how Capitol's artists and their music have helped shaped social movements, transform our popular culture and helped define our lives. This docuseries will be produced by Nigel Sinclair's Whitehorse Pictures, the creative team involved in numerous music-centered documentaries, including the award-winning No Direction Home: Bob Dylan and the just-released The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years. Each episode in this docuseries will be directed by a past or present-day Capitol artist or other cultural luminary who will bring a unique and knowledgeable perspective to the stories being conveyed.

Crate and Barrel & American Airlines Partnerships
Leading home furnishings retailer Crate and Barrel has partnered with Capitol for its 75th Anniversary celebration to feature The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection in stores nationwide. The collection can be found within The Listening Room (see photo below and look for the albums Glen is associated with! ~Dee), where consumers can find an exclusive collection of furniture, accessories and cutting edge audio equipment. American Airlines continues their partnership with Capitol Records and Universal Music Group to celebrate a Hollywood Icon and its contribution to music around the world. In 2017, American Airlines will continue their commitment to the industry by launching, "Fly to the Beat" – a Global Music platform, connecting consumers to their favorite musicians – including Capitol artists --- and moments across five continents.

Official Press Photos!
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Above: The iconic Capitol Records Tower in 1956, the year it was opened.
Capitol is celebrating its 75th Anniversary beginning November 15, 2016 and continuing through 2017.
The building and its renowned recording studios are both celebrating their 60th anniversaries.

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Above: The iconic Capitol Records Tower in 1959.

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Above: The iconic Capitol Records Tower as it looks today.

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Above: The Listening Room Collection by Crate and Barrel featuring The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection of vinyl albums.

The Capitol Records 75th Anniversary Collection
(alphabetical by artist)

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1 Ashford & Simpson Solid 1984
2 Beastie Boys Paul's Boutique 1989
3 Beck Morning Phase 2014
4 Blind Melon Blind Melon 1992
5 Bob Seger Night Moves 1976
6 Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billy Joe 1967
7 Bobby Darin You're The Reason I'm Living 1963[/list]
8 Bonnie Raitt Nick of Time 1989
9 Bonnie Raitt Luck Of The Draw 1991
10 Buck Owens Buck Owens 1961
11 Cannonball Adderley Mercy Mercy Mercy 1966
12 Coldplay Parachutes 2000
13 Crowded House Crowded House 1986
14 Dean Martin Dino: Italian Love Songs 1962
15 Duke Ellington The Duke Plays Ellington 1953
16 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters 1994
17 Frank Sinatra In The Wee Small Hours 1955
18 Frank Sinatra Songs for Swingin' Lovers! 1956
19 Frank Sinatra Come Fly With Me 1958
20 Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely 1958
21 Freddie Jackson Rock Me Tonight 1985
22 Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps Bluejean Bop 1956
23 George Clinton Computer Games 1982
24 George Harrison All Things Must Pass 1970
25 Glen Campbell By the Time I Get to Phoenix 1968
26 Grand Funk Railroad We're an American Band 1973
27 Heart Heart 1985
28 James Taylor James Taylor 1968
29 Joe South Introspect 1968
30 John Lennon Imagine 1971
31 Johnny Mercer Accentuate the Positive 1957
32 Judy Garland Judy at Carnegie Hall 1961
33 Katy Perry Teenage Dream 2010
34 Kingston Trio Kingston Trio 1958
35 Knack Get The Knack 1979
36 Les Paul and Mary Ford Les and Mary 1955
37 Linda Ronstadt Heart Like a Wheel 1974
38 Louie Prima The Wildest 1956
39 Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly 1977
40 Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See 1993
41 MC Hammer Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em 1990
42 Megadeth Peace Sells 1986
43 Merle Haggard Mama Tried 1968
44 Miles Davis Birth Of The Cool 1957
45 Nancy Wilson How Glad I Am 1964
46 Nat King Cole Unforgettable 1953
47 Natalie Cole Unpredictable 1977
48 Neil Diamond The Jazz Singer 1980
49 Norah Jones Come Away With Me 2002
50 Peggy Lee Is That All There Is 1969
51 Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon 1973
52 Radiohead OK Computer 1997
53 Raspberries Raspberries 1972
54 Richard Thompson Rumor & Sigh 1991
55 Ringo Starr Ringo 1973
56 Robert Glaspar Black Radio 2012
57 Rosanne Cash Black Cadillac 2006
58 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour 2014
59 Steve Miller Band Fly Like an Eagle 1976
60 Tavares In The City 1975
61 Tennessee Ernie Ford Sixteen Tons 1960
62 The Band Music From Big Pink 1968
63 The Band The Band 1969
64 The Beach Boys Surfer Girl 1963
65 The Beach Boys Pet Sounds 1966
66 The Beatles Meet The Beatles 1964
67 The Beatles Revolver 1966
68 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1967
69 The Beatles The Beatles 1968
70 The Beatles Abbey Road 1970
71 Tina Turner Private Dancer 1984
72 Various Oklahoma 1955
73 Various Funny Girl 1968
74 Wanda Jackson There's a Party Goin' On 1961
75 Wings Band on the Run 1973

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