Glen Campbell - Sings For The King FLAC album
Genre: Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: Sings For The King
FLAC version ZIP size: 1704 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1516 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1132 mb
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Glen Campbell recorded an 18-track album intended only for Elvis Presley's ears back from 1964 to 1968. The songs, written by the King of Rock & Roll's longtime songwriters Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne, were discovered by Executive Producer Stephen Auerbach who found the recordings on long-forgotten reel-to-reel tapes in Weisman's storage space
The great lost Glen Campbell album! Sings For The King brings together 18 previously unreleased songs that Glen Campbell and the studio band the Wrecking Crew recorded for Elvis Presley between 1965 and 1967. Before he became a global superstar in his own right, Campbell was known as one of the best session musicians in the business, and his extraordinary pitch made him the perfect fit for these tracks for The King.
Hype Sticker: The Great Lost Glen Campbell Album. Featuring Songs Glen Recorded For Elvis Presley Between 1965-1967.
Back in 1964, Elvis Presley's reign as the King of Rock was fading. The British Invasion had arrived on American shores and taken over the charts and the youth audience. didn't have a top ten single that year.
Glen Campbell's connection to Elvis was evident but didn't appear to be particularly strong prior to the 2018 release of Sings for the King. As part of Los Angeles' famed Wrecking Crew, he played guitar on the soundtrack for Presley's 1963 flick Viva Las Vegas but that was his only session for Elvis. By the time Presley considered Campbell part of his TCB touring band, Glen's star was ascendant, so he never supported the King.
Released November 16, 2018. Sings For The King Tracklist.
Hear Glen Campbell’s ‘Any Old Time’ From Lost Elvis Demos. Sings for the King,’ out November 16th, features Campbell’s late-1960s recordings songs intended for Elvis Presley’s ears. By. Stephen L. Betts. Sings for the King, recorded between 1964 and 1968, includes the completely unreleased 1966 cut, Any Old Time, which Rolling Stone Country premieres today. Originally intended for Presley’s ears only, the song was penned by Sid Wayne and Ben Weisman and is one of the six tunes on the upcoming 18-track LP that ultimately went unrecorded by Presley. Weisman, however, had a staggering 57 of his compositions cut by the King during his career. The reel-to-reel tapes of these recordings were discovered by the album’s executive producer Stephen Auerbach in a storage space belonging to Weisman, his.
It features 18 recently unearthed and unreleased tracks from the recordings that Campbell made between 1964 and 1968 for Elvis Presley. The pair’s friendship stretched across three decades, from their first meeting during Elvis’ rise to fame to the days when both were adored worldwide.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||We Call On Him
Featuring – Elvis Presley
|A2||Easy Come, Easy Go|
|A3||Any Old Time|
|A4||Anyone Can Play|
|A5||I Got Love|
|A6||I'll Never Know|
|A7||All I Needed Was The Rain|
|A8||How Can You Lose What You Never Had|
|B2||I'll Be Back|
|B3||Love On The Rocks|
|B4||Stay Away, Joe|
|B5||Cross My Heart And Hope To Die|
|B7||There Is So Much World To See|
|B8||Do The Clam|
NotesDownload Card Inside.
We Call On Him Is A Duet With Elvis Presley.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602567584841
|00602577005848||Glen Campbell||Sings For The King (CD, Album)||UMe||00602577005848||Europe||2018|
|B0028405-01||Glen Campbell||Sings For The King (LP, Album)||UMe, Capitol Records||B0028405-01||US||2018|
|none||Glen Campbell||Sings For The King (CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)||Capitol Records, UMC||none||2018|