I'm getting goosebumps, thank you Dee, Cowpoke and siblis, I do believe the main theme of the farewell tour is he is still in full form for the fans absolutely on fire lighting up the stage, Dee has talked about the freedom in which music serves as a medium, and when I watch and listen to Glen Campbell running up and down the fretboard and hitting notes I have compared it to a fireman putting out a series of fires!
And yes, all the video links submitted here are an invaluable tool, it was only the other month that I realized wi-fi and YouTube has not only changed the way I watch TV, it has altered the way I budget for music and movies, I have to think twice if I want another CD or DVD when they are so readily available for free to view or listen to in a a variety of places, the funny thing is I heard some of the best concert clips posted on the internet are made by members of the audience that have a camera hidden in their hat.... doy!
And I am grateful that I have found and come to the best place to learn if anyone else heard the dish washing story because it really went down and resonated with me while I think everyone else were groaning or moaning including our host.
You have take into account the way he described it, John Wayne pretty much caught him by surprise and yelled really loud and by the sound of things mimicked an overgrown kid or geek even, as Glen Campbell is in touch with growing up so fast and tall for his age, "DAD, I WANNA DO THAT"!
Some serious horseplay on the set, yes.... hmmm...
I heard another account where John Wayne liked to sneak up to somebody on the set, I believe it was on an MSN post for Lee Merriwether, the press were taking pictures outdoors in her period costume and he came up in his outfit and slid his arms around her, she said that he didn't have to do that, the overall tone being the group mind is real strong on one of his sets and no doubt the pose became an instant iconic image, success and promotion for the film and cute couple.
I am very fortunate and lucky during the Farewell Tour I got to hear Glen Campbell and John Wayne geek out and will return to your clips and threads time and again, thank you everybody for the exchange.
I have pre-ordered my OST for James Keach documentary and look forward to buying and listening to the songs performed by Glen Campbell's family, and look forward to buying and listening to more product from this wonderful lineage.
Have a wonderful weekend.