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Glen Campbell - The Capitol Albums Collection, Vol. 3 (2015)

18-05-2015, 13:36
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Glen Campbell - The Capitol Albums Collection, Vol. 3 (2015)

Artist: Glen Campbell
Album: The Capitol Albums Collection, Vol. 3
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Capitol Records Nashville / Universal Music
Genre: Country, Pop Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 07:08:26
Total Size: 984 mb | 2.61 gb


Album #1: Reunion: The Songs of Jimmy Webb (1974)

01. By the Time I Get to Phoenix
02. Wichita Lineman
03. Roll Me Easy
04. Just This One Time
05. You Might as Well Smile
06. Wishing Now
07. About the Ocean
08. Ocean in His Eyes
09. The Moon's a Harsh Mistress
10. I Keep It Hid
11. Adoration
12. It's a Sin When You Love Somebody

Album #2: Arkansas (1975)

01. Arkansas
02. That's All That Matters
03. She Called Me Baby
04. Less of Me
05. Sunny Day Girl
06. A Place in the Sun
07. Just Another Man
08. It's Over
09. You've Still Got a Place in My Heart
10. Freeborn Man

Album #3: Live in Japan (1975)

01. I Believe in Music
02. Galveston
03. It's Only Make Believe
04. Lovelight
05. I Honestly Love You
06. Annie's Song
07. Song for Y'all
08. Coming Home
09. Try to Remember/The Way We Were
10. Hits Medley
11. My Way
12. William Tell Overture
13. Amazing Grace

Album #4: Rhinestone Cowboy (1975)

01. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)
02. Comeback
03. Count on Me
04. I Miss You Tonight
05. My Girl
06. Rhinestone Cowboy
07. I'd Build a Bridge
08. Pencils for Sale
09. Marie
10. We're Over

Album #5: Bloodline (1976)

01. Baby, Don't Be Givin' Me Up
02. See You on Sunday
03. Don't Pull Your LoveThen You Can Tell Me Goodbye
04. Christiaan No
05. Bloodline
06. Everytime I Sing a Love Song
07. Lay Me Down (Roll Me Out to Sea)
08. The Bottom Line
09. I Got Love for You Ruby
10. San Francisco Is a Lonely Town

Album #6: Live at the Royal Festival Hall (1977)

01. Sunflower
02. If You Go Away
03. God Only Knows
04. Medley: Good Vibrations/Help Me Rhonda/Surfer Girl/Surfin' U.S.A.
05. Southern Nights
06. Try a Little Kindness
07. Streets of London
08. Loving You
09. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Loving You
10. Dreams of the Everyday Housewife
11. Medley: Stars/Rhinestone Cowboy
12. By the Time I Get to Phoenix
13. Galveston
14. Wichita Lineman
15. Macarthur Park
16. This Is Sarah's Song
17. Classical Gas
18. William Tell Overture
19. Soliloquy
20. That's When the Music Takes Me
21. Amazing Grace

Album #7: Southern Nights (1977)

01. Southern Nights
02. This Is Sarah's Song
03. For Cryin' Out Loud
04. God Only Knows
05. Sunflower
06. Guide Me
07. Early Morning Song
08. (i'm Getting) Used to the Crying
09. Let Go
10. How High Did We Go

Album #8: Basic (1978)

01. (You've Got to) Sing It Nice and Loud for Me Sonny
02. Stranger in the Mirror
03. Can You Fool
04. I See Love
05. (When I Feel Like) I Got No Love in Me
06. Love Takes You Higher
07. Never Tell You No Lies
08. I'm Gonna Love You
09. California
10. Let's All Sing a Song About It
11. Grafhaidh Me Thu

Album #9: Highwayman (1979)

01. Highwayman
02. Hound Dog Man
03. I Was Just Thinking About You
04. Love Song
05. My Prayer
06. Tennessee Home
07. Don't Lose Me in the Confusion
08. Cajun Caper
09. Darlin' Darlinka
10. Fool Ya

Album #10: Somethin' 'bout You Baby I Like (1980)

01. Somethin' 'bout You Baby I Like
02. If You Could See You Through My Eyes
03. That Kind
04. Part Time Love
05. Hollywood Smiles
06. If This Is Love
07. Hooked on Love
08. Show Me You Love Me
09. Late Night Confession
10. It Goes Like It Goes

Album #11: It's the World Gone Crazy (1981)

01. Why Don't We Just Sleep on It Tonight [duet with Tanya Tucker]
02. I Don't Want to Know Your Name
03. In Cars
04. It's the World's Gone Crazy (Cotillion)
05. Rollin'
06. Nothing Quite Like Love
07. A Daisy a Day
08. Any Which Way You Can
09. It's Your World
10. Shoulder to Shoulder

By 1972, Campbell's record sales started slipping. After "Manhattan Kansas" reached number six that year, he had trouble having Top 40 hits for the next two years. Furthermore, his television show was canceled. As his career slowed, he began sinking into drug and alcohol addiction, which continued even through his mid-'70s revival. In 1975, he returned to the Top Ten with "Rhinestone Cowboy," a huge hit that reached number one on both the country and pop charts. Over the next two years, he had a number of Top Ten country hits, including "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)" and "Don't Pull Your Love"/"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," which also reached the pop charts. In 1977, he had his final number one hit with "Southern Nights," which topped both the country and pop charts.

Following the success of "Southern Nights" and its follow-up, "Sunflower," Campbell stopped reaching the country Top Ten with regularity, yet he had a string of lesser hits and was an immensely popular performer in concert and television. During the mid-'80s, he experienced a brief commercial revival, as the singles "Faithless Love," "A Lady Like You," and "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" all reached the country Top Ten. By that time, he had begun to clean up his act. Over the course of the mid-'80s, he kicked his addictions to drugs and alcohol and became a born-again Christian. Appropriately, he began recording inspirational albums, yet he didn't abandon country music. As late as 1989, Campbell's smooth, synth-laden contemporary country-pop was reaching the country Top Ten; his last two Top Ten country hits were "I Have You" (1988) and "She's Gone, Gone, Gone" (1989).

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