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  • RIP Glenn Campbell

    I grew up listening to him and there will never be another like him.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ffdkwelc3Lg

  • #2
    Netflix has a show on him, fairly recent. Kind of shows his decline as the show progresses . Sad , terrible disease

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    • #3
      Originally posted by fdieck View Post
      I grew up listening to him and there will never be another like him.
      yep, me too

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      • #4
        Me 3. My folks were big fans, and I by proxy also appreciate his music. I don't have any of it, but I do like it.
        I do know that 'Like a Rhinestone Cowboy' was everywhere in my early years, as it was on the charts a couple years before I was born.

        What a great tune, and a great loss.
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        • #5
          My sixth grade teacher had a big crush on him, picture on his desk among other Campbell trinkets.

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          • #6
            I had no idea he was such an accomplished guitarist until I watched a documentary on the Wrecking Crew. He played on so many chart toppers!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by tom_s View Post
              I had no idea he was such an accomplished guitarist until I watched a documentary on the Wrecking Crew. He played on so many chart toppers!
              ​I too was surprised when other musicians spoke about his guitar talent. I never knew he was viewed that way by people in the business.

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              • #8
                I did not know he was a guitarist ! a lot of the performers from back in the day had a lot of talent , we only got to see a small part of it ! some were better known as song writers than they were as performers . a lot of behind the scene by a lot of them .
                donc


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                • #9
                  Could listen to him all day.
                  Kenny

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                  • #10
                    Rainy morning in S.Jersey so after researching about the "Wrecking Crew" I was blown away by the songs they were involved in crafting. A very diverse group of
                    ​artists that they produced hits for. I looked at some of the bio's of the musicians and checked out an interview of the only female in the group (guitar/bass) Carol Kaye
                    ​it is on youtube about an hour long but worth it. She played bass on some of the most memorable songs of Americana music, including most of Glenn Cambells songs
                    ​I watched it in 2 segments and was impressed with her ability to just play anything truly amazing artist.

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