Its Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell - Rhinestone Cowboy (CD)

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  1. Song information for It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell on AllMusic. Song information for It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell on AllMusic Rhinestone Cowboy: The Best of Glen Campbell. EMI Music Distribution: Greatest Love Album [United Multi Vmi].
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Rhinestone Cowboy - Greatest Hits Live by Glen Campbell Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  3. Glen Campbell - Good But Not Great! I really dont know how to define this C.D. It does have all of Glen Campbells hits. Hoever, it lacks the "Power to knock you off your feet". In opinion this was NOT a problem with the singer but a problem with re-mastering the CD. By johngilbride (Tipp Ciity, Ohio).
  4. Rhinestone Cowboy: 2: Wichita Lineman: 3: Southern Nights: 4: By The Time I Get To Phoenix Gentle On My Mind: 8: I Wanna Live: 9: Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A) True Grit: Honey, Come Back: Its Only Make Believe: Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife: Hey Little One: Times Like These Glen Campbell: Greatest.
  5. Jan 12,  · the album pictured is an anthology collection that i have never heard,in actuality the download is indeed the original RHINESTONE COWBOY album which is fantastic its more pop than some of glen campbells earlier albums the hits were the title track as well as country boy,i miss you tonight,id build a bridge,come back as well as a few others the album was excellent and well /5(33).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rhinestone Cowboy on Discogs. Label: L.T. Series - LT ,L.T. Series - LT • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  7. Rhinestone Cowboy is the 30th album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in A 40th Anniversary re-issue was released on March 31, , in North America on CD & g LP. The CD contains a previously unreleased track, "Quits", which .
  8. Dec 27,  · In , I was nine. Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy” was the first song I was ever obsessed with, the first rpm single I ever bought. The price of a song then was percent of my weekly income, which was one dollar. Costly, but worth it. As “Rhinestone Cowboy” was making its way to .

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