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See You There

by Glen Campbell

See You There by Glen Campbell

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See You There

by Glen Campbell

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Label: Surfdog Records
Backed by arrangements that attempt to strip down those rich Nashville strings of old, See You There finds Campbell re-recording a few of his hits in a style more contemplative: The idea may be that his fading voice will render these tunes more poignant than ever. While that can't happen -- tracks like "Galveston" and "Wichita Lineman" were impossibly poignant the first time -- there remain moments (the former's "I am so afraid of dying," for one) where the concept works and a new layer of meaning appears. It's no American Recordings, but it's a fine end to a remarkable career.

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Backed by arrangements that attempt to strip down those rich Nashville strings of old, See You There finds Campbell re-recording a few of his hits in a style more contemplative: The idea may be that his fading voice will render these tunes more poignant than ever. While that can't happen -- tracks like "Galveston" and "Wichita Lineman" were impossibly poignant the first time -- there remain moments (the former's "I am so afraid of dying," for one) where the concept works and a new layer of meaning appears. It's no American Recordings, but it's a fine end to a remarkable career.

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About This Album

Backed by arrangements that attempt to strip down those rich Nashville strings of old, See You There finds Campbell re-recording a few of his hits in a style more contemplative: The idea may be that his fading voice will render these tunes more poignant than ever. While that can't happen -- tracks like "Galveston" and "Wichita Lineman" were impossibly poignant the first time -- there remain moments (the former's "I am so afraid of dying," for one) where the concept works and a new layer of meaning appears. It's no American Recordings, but it's a fine end to a remarkable career.