See You There is the sixty-third and penultimate studio album by Glen Campbell. It was recorded around the same time as Ghost on the Canvas and was put on hold when Campbell undertook his Goodbye Tour from 2011 to 2012. The album was released on August 13, 2013 on vinyl, CD and digital.
Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. While Glen Campbell was recording his "final" studio album-knowing in advance that Alzheimer's disease would take his memories and his musical talents soon after the final farewell tour-he sang some old hits for posterity's sake and had a few newer tracks left over. These recordings have been assembled here by producers Dave Darling and Dave Kaplan, who strip the strings from such classic Campbell songs as "Wichita Lineman," "Gentle on My Mind," "Galveston," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," and "Rhinestone Cowboy
Ghost on the Canvas was designed and promoted as Glen Campbell's farewell album but, unbeknownst to all who were not in the studio, the country legend also recorded a bunch of new vocals to old hits (plus a couple of curious deep cuts) during those 2011 recording sessions. Producers Dave Darling and Dave Kaplan then took these vocals, added new instrumentation, and released the whole shebang as 2013's See You There. Darling and Kaplan may refer to the Rick Rubin/Johnny Cash playbook, but See You There isn't an exercise in noir nostalgia.
Glen Campbell Live (1981 album). Glen Campbell Live is the thirty-eighth live album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, a UK only release from November 1981 (see 1981 in music). Side 1: "Rhinestone Cowboy" (Larry Weiss) - 3:15. Gentle on My Mind" (John Hartford) - 2:06. Wichita Lineman" (Jimmy Webb). Galveston" (Jimmy Webb). Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in . " (Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter). By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (Jimmy Webb) - 2:45.
Glen Campbell celebrates his 77th birthday today, April 22, but it's fans who are getting the gift. The country-pop icon will release a new album, See You There, on Aug. taking a fresh look at some of the biggest hits in his illustrious career, including "Gentle on My Mind," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston" and "Rhinestone Cowboy. The album was co-produced by Dave Darling and Dave Kaplan, founder of Surfdog Records, the label releasing the 12-track collection. A d track, "Waiting on the Comin' of My Lord," rounds out the set. (See the full See You There track list below.
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Glen Campbell’s last LP, 2011’s surprising Ghost on the Canvas, set him up impressively with songs by Paul Westerberg, Robert Pollard and other offspring. This set combines new songs with remakes of Campbell’s signature singles. Surprise again: What could be a late-game throwaway instead has near-definitive versions of Wichita Lineman, Galveston and Gentle on My Mind, conjuring the originals with a patina of age and minus the arrangement lard. Campbell’s voice sounds great, and his phrasing has only improved (listen to how he carves the end note of the Wichita chorus).
Glen Campbell takes a fresh look at his quintessential hits in 'See You There', set for release on August 12th by Surfdog. Glen Campbell, who just celebrated his 77th birthday, will release a new album, See You There, which offers stunning new takes of his career-defining hits, including 'Gentle On My Mind', and 'Rhinestone Cowboy'. During the sessions for 2011's acclaimed 'Ghost On The Canvas', Campbell for the first time laid down new vocals for many of his classic hits.