Times that (Anne) does look back with fondness include her days singing on stage and in dressing rooms with Glen Campbell, who died in August of Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 81.
“He was a wonderful man and he was so good to me,” Murray said. “Every time that I ever asked him to do anything … he was here for me always.”
There were/are three confirmed and four possible unissued tracks from the sessions that produced ANNE MURRAY/GLEN CAMPBELL still in Capitol's vaults:
Matrix 77077, "Heaven Is Here" (recorded 7/21/71)
Matrix 77078, "Break My Mind"
Matrix 77214, "Summer Knows" --likely Murray/Campbell duet
Matrix 77260, "Home Again" --likely Murray/Campbell duet
Matrix 77261, "My First Night Alone with You" --likely Murray/Campbell duet
Matrix 77262, "A Stone's Throw" --likely Murray/Campbell duet
Matrix 77485, "Oh Boy" (recorded 10/06/71; the bulk of the album tracks were recorded/assigned matrices on
this date. I believe "Oh Boy" is the Buddy Holly song.)
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