Posts tagged "Glen Campbell"
Song Of The Day – “Hot Rod High” by The Knights Here’s a follow up to yesterday’s post by The Super Stocks. Once again, it’s Gary Usher and company from 1964 giving The Beach Boys a run for their money. The song was even co-written by Beach Boys collaborator Roger Christian. The expert backing... Read more »
Song Of The Day – “The Rest Is Silence/There Is No Me…Without You” by Glen Campbell Glen taps into his inner Beatles and Beach Boys on this track from his latest album, “Ghost On The Canvas.” The record is being marketed as his last record ever due to his illness with Alzheimer’s disease. If it... Read more »
by Eric Berman Song Of The Day – “Walls” by Glen Campbell In a musical world rife with comebacks and reformations that are letdowns at best, comes a welcome return in the form of the 2008 album “Meet Glen Campbell.” When paired with a collection of fine songs including this Tom Petty cover, Campbell became... Read more »
By Eric Berman Glen Campbell cut his teeth as an in-demand Los Angeles session guitarist playing on countless hits by The Monkees, The Mamas & The Papas, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. He became a touring member of the Beach Boys in 1965 when Brian Wilson could not go on the road anymore, leaving in 1967 to... Read more »