BOBBIE GENTRY - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GLEN CAMPBELL - HFSID 287745
BOBBIE GENTRY and GLEN CAMPBELL LP album of their duets, signed by both on their respective images on front cover Record Album Cover signed: "Bobbie Gentry", "Glen/Campbell", 12½x12½.
Sale Price $450.00
BOBBIE GENTRY and GLEN CAMPBELL
LP album of their duets, signed by both on their respective images on front cover
Record Album Cover signed: "Bobbie Gentry", "Glen/Campbell", 12½x12½. LP record album from Capitol, Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell Recod included,signed by both in black felt tip on front cover. Best-known for her crossover smash "Ode to Billie Joe," BOBBIE GENTRY (b. 1944) was one of the first female country artists to write and produce much of her own material. The self-penned "Ode to Billie Joe" topped the pop charts for four weeks in August 1967 and sold three million copies. Gentry won three Grammy awards, including Best New Artist and Best Female Vocal. She was also named the Academy of Country Music's Best New Female Vocalist. Gentry had a TV show in Britain, and a long-running show in Las Vegas. An excellent guitarist, GLEN CAMPBELL (b. 1936) backed a who's who of popular recording artists, including Presley and Sinatra. He filled in as a Beach Boy in 1965, turning down an offer to join that band permanently. Beginning in the late 1960s, Campbell had many pop and country hits of his own, including "Wichita Lineman", "By the Time I Get To Phoenix", "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife", "Galveston", "Dream Baby" and "Rhinestone Cowboy". Campbell hosted two of his own TV variety shows, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour (1969-1972) and The Glen Campbell Music Show (1982-1983), and appeared in feature films, including True Grit (1969) and Any Which Way You Can (1980). From the 1990s, Campbell focused on live performances at his Goodtime Theater in Branson, Missouri. After releasing this duet album in 1968, Gentry and Campbell toured together frequently in the 1970s. Corners and edges worn and creased. Bottom left corner chipped. Toned on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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