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Fan photos and memorabilia talk. What collectibles are you searching for?
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Gonna chime in here--just viewed that one-sided 45...Glen Campbell is not on this record--they also list the date as 1969!! Glen was already past the studio session days!! And, if you notice the written handwriting, it is not Glen's writing at all. Anyone could have written that and then advertised it as a Glen Campbell on Guitar! Sad to do, but these days with Glen no longer recording, they try and take advantage and it's really a shame! I called/emailed the DJ here to verify and he totally agrees with me. Said to let it go!! Hope it clarifies for some people.
No doesn't ring a bell for me. But, very interesting, thanks for posting! It seems to be from Glen's days as a studio musician / demo maker. However, he always recorded (with one or two rare exceptions) in Los Angeles, not in Nashville.
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There's a one-sided 45 rpm record now on eBay from Promo Records, Nashville. "Your Hound Dog," written by Robert E. Rose with Arthur D. Noel and Glen Campbell performing. Anyone know anything further about this disc? It's a new one on me.