New York, NY (Top40 Charts / UMe)
The official destination for all things Glen Campbell, the Glen Campbell
Official Webstore launched today with several exclusive, limited edition releases and an advance pre-order for a special double LP version of Campbell's acclaimed farewell album Adiós. The vinyl-only release combines Adiós with Greatest Hits, his 16-track best-of collection - never before released on vinyl - which includes the late legend's biggest songs including "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Wichita Lineman," "Southern Nights," "By The Time I Get To Phoenix," "Gentle On My Mind" and "Galveston." Releasing December 8 via UMe, the album is available for preorder now at https://store.glencampbell.com
The webstore is also offering exciting limited edition color pressings of and three of Campbell's classic albums. With only 500 copies of each titled pressed for the world, is on 180-gram translucent gold vinyl, Wichita Lineman is on pink vinyl, Gentle On My Mind is on clear green vinyl and Galveston is on coke bottle clear vinyl. 100 bundles of the three classic LPs are available or each can be purchased separately. Order the exclusive color pressings here: https://store.glencampbell.com
In the coming weeks, the store will feature a host of exclusive items such as t-shirts, lithographs, photography, artwork and more.
Earlier this month, Campbell was honored at the 51st Country Music
Association Awards with a riveting musical tribute and the posthumous award for Musical Event of the Year for "Funny How Time Slips Away," his poignant duet with Willie Nelson, from Adiós. As the stage went dark, Campbell's lifelong musical collaborator Jimmy Webb and country superstars Little
Big Town performed an emotional version of "Wichita Lineman," one of Campbell's signature songs written by Webb.
Adiós capped off an extraordinary career for Campbell that spanned more than six decades and 50 million albums sold. Hailed as one of the best of his career, the album received an incredible reaction around the world from the likes of Rolling Stone, USA Today, NPR, Uncut and many others. It debuted in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200 garnering Campbell his 16th Top 40 album and his 19th Top 10 Country Record.