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Glen Campbell - Galveston album download

Performer:

Glen Campbell

Title:

Galveston

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1168 mb

Other music formats:

DTS MOD AAC MIDI TTA DXD AHX

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Country:

US

Date of release:

1979

Glen Campbell - Galveston album download

Tracklist

A1 Galveston
A2 Take My Hand For A While
A3 If This Is Love
A4 Got To Have Tenderness
A5 Friends
B1 Where's The Playground Susie
B2 Time
B3 Until It's Time For You To Go
B4 Oh, What A Woman

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-210 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(LP, Album, Jac) Capitol Records ST-210 US 1969
ST-210 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-210 Canada 1969
7243-5-34957-2-5, 5349572 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 7243-5-34957-2-5, 5349572 Europe 2001
3 C062-80037, ST 210, 3C 062-80037 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records 3 C062-80037, ST 210, 3C 062-80037 Italy 1969
00602557280838 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) Capitol Records 00602557280838 Europe 2017

Tracklist

A Galveston
B How Come Every Time I Itch I Wind Up Scratchin' You

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Carlin Music Corp.
  • Published By – Henney Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Al De Lory
  • Written-By – Glen Campbell (tracks: B), Jeremy Slate (tracks: B), Jim Webb* (tracks: A)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Runout - Side A): SIN + 263 + A
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Runout - Side B): SIN + 263 + B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2428 Glen Campbell Galveston / How Come Every Time I Itch I Wind Up Scratchin' You ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records 2428 US 1969
F 2428, 3C 006-80026 M Glen Campbell Galveston / How Come Every Time I Itch I Wind Up Scratchin' You ‎(7") Capitol Records, EMI F 2428, 3C 006-80026 M Italy 1969
2428 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records 2428 US 1969
2428, CSL 2428 Glen Campbell Galveston / How Come Every Time I Itch I Wind Up Scratchin' You ‎(7") Capitol Records, Capitol Records 2428, CSL 2428 Spain 1969
CP-8702 Glen Campbell Galveston ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records CP-8702 Australia 1969



On Galveston, he stuck closer to country with some pop embellishments and found a better fit. The result is a smooth, lively, sentimental, and occasionally even exciting album.

Glen Campbell’s ‘Galveston’ at 50: Inside the Album’s Classic Title Track. Released 50 years ago on March 17th, the ‘Galveston’ LP was led by Jimmy Webb’s composition. By. Stephen L. Betts. Meanwhile, the Galveston album logged 11 weeks at Number One on the country chart, but was kept at Number Two on the Billboard 200 by the cast recording of Hair. Elsewhere on the album, Campbell contributed the greatest number of tracks he had co-written for an LP - three - until 2011’s Ghost on the Canvas, which featured five songs penned with producer Julian Raymond. Certified gold in April 1969, Galveston would wait another 22 years before receiving its platinum.

Published By – Glen Campbell Music. Published By – Miller Music Corp. Galveston ‎(LP, Album, Jac).

GLEN CAMPBELL'S version of - GALVESTON. Galveston, oh Galveston I still hear your sea winds blowing I still see your dark eyes glowing She was 21 when I left Galveston. Galveston, oh Galveston I still hear your sea winds crashing While I watch the cannon flashing And I clean my gun And I dream of Galveston. Howard from St. Louis Park, MnGalveston, oh Galveston. What a great country hit for Glen Campbell. It was also part of a stellar 1968 for writer Jimmy Webb, who also hit it big with MacArthur Park and The Worst That Could Happen. Collin from Texas, TxWell, actually, I wouldn't say Glaveston attracts many hurricanes, although it did attract the worst unnamed hurricane in American history, killing more than six thousand people.

Glen Campbell - Galveston (1969). Keith Urban - Galveston. The song was originally sung by Don Ho, who introduced Glen Campbell to it when he appeared as a guest on Campbell's Goodtime Hour, and the second verse was originally transcribed: "Wonder if she could forget me "I'd go home if they would let me "Put down this gun "And go to Galveston. However, in Campbell's version, this was changed to read: "I still hear your sea waves crashing "While I watch the cannons flashing "I clean my gun "And dream of Galveston.

Live at the Royal Festival Hall. Galveston is found on the album Live at the Royal Festival Hall.

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