Glen Campbell is a country music legend that will always be remembered for his insurmountable hits like,"By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Gentle On My Mind", and the wildly popular "Rhinestone Cowboy". Which is why hearing about a 40 year old, unreleased song is beyond exciting (Ya, we thought so to!).
Rhinestone Cowboy is Campbell's 30th album and was released in 1975. The album reached the top spot that year on the Billboard Country Albums chart and remained a fan favorite for decades. To celebrate Rhinestone Cowboy's 40th anniversary, Capitol Nashville/UMe will reissue the LP on March 31st, in an expanded edition that will feature five bonus tracks, including the previously unreleased "Quits." The song is painfully beautiful, and somewhat devastating in light of the music icon having recorded his final song the Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning "I'm Not Gonna Miss You." After being diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2011, Campbell, who turns 79 this April is now in a special care facility in Nashville.
The reissue of this album is sure to be a record collectors dream! Take a listen to "Quits" below, and decide what you think of this heartbreaking ballad.
Glen Campbell: Rhinestone Cowboy (40th Anniversary Edition) track listing:
1. "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)"
3. "Count on Me"
4. "I Miss You Tonight"
5. "My Girl"
6. "Rhinestone Cowboy"
7. "I'd Build a Bridge"
8. "Pencils for Sale"
10. "We're Over"
11. "Record Collector's Dream"
12. "Coming Home"
14. "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)" (Remix)
15. "Rhinestone Cowboy" (Remix)
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