Becoming a bona fide living legend isn't as easy as Glen Campbell makes it look. First, you have to have a solid foundation of talent on which to build - like being one of the hottest guitar players in the world. Then, you have to record songs that will stand the test of time - standards such as 'By The Time I Get To Back Phoenix' and 'Wichita Lineman'. And, of course, to be a 'living' legend, you need to survive the harsh reality of a celebrity lifestyle. Check, check and check. Although he was already hitting the top of both the country and pop charts by 1969, the Goodtime Hour gave his career 'legs'. The popular CBS musical variety series was simulcast on the BBC from England to Singapore to Australia and paved the way for five BBC specials. The exposure gave him a global perspective he continues to enjoy to this day, 35+ years later. He has toured the UK, Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. As recently as 2000, his popularity in the UK sustained a 31-day tour of the region. 10 UK top hits ensure his place in the all time Hall of Fame.
Tracklisting: 1. Rhinestone Cowboy. 2. Gentle On My Mind. 3. Wichita Lineman. 4. Galveston. 5. Country Boy. 6. By The Time I Get Back To Phoenix. 7. Heartache Number 3. 8. Please Come To Boston. 9. Trials and Tribulations. 10. Blue Grass Instrumental (with Carl Jackson. 11. Milk Cow Blues. 12. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry. 13. Southern Lights. 14. Amazing Grace. 15. Try A Little Kindness. 16. Mull of Kintyre.