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By The Time I Get To Phoenix

Glen Campbell, Jimmie Haskell, Leon Russell

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1
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Glen Campbell
2:44
2
Homeward Bound
Glen Campbell
2:40
3
Tomorrow Never Comes
Glen Campbell; Jimmie Haskell
2:30
4
Cold December (In Your Heart)
Glen Campbell
2:29
5
My Baby's Gone
Glen Campbell; Leon Russell
2:51
6
Back In The Race
Glen Campbell
1:57
7
Hey Little One
Glen Campbell
2:32
8
Bad Seed
Glen Campbell
2:18
9
I'll Be Lucky Someday
Glen Campbell
2:26
10
You're Young and You'll Forget
Glen Campbell
2:17
11
Love Is A Lonesome River
Glen Campbell
2:06
Total Playing Time    26:50
Billboard Country Albums - #1 (1967)

"Campbell's emerging vocal abilities eventually overshadowed his much-admired musical skills as a guitarist ..."
- The Guardian

This 1967 album by country star and guitarist Glenn Campbell features the Grammy award winning single "By The Time I Get To Phoenix", named the third most played song between 1940 and 1990 by BMI. The album features songs written by Paul Simon, Ernest Tubb, Bill Anderson and Jerry Reed.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Nashville Studio Masters

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