Glen Campbell: 20 Essential Songs

From his signature "Rhinestone Cowboy" to an unconventional Foo Fighters cover

"Country Boy (You Got Your Feet in L.A.)" (1975)

Released one month after "Rhinestone Cowboy" took Campbell to the top of two different charts – Billboard's Hot 100 and Hot Country Singles – in the same week, "Country Boy" helped extend the singer's winning streak. A Beverly Hillbillies-worthy tale of a redneck stuck in the big city, the song cemented Campbell's reputation as a singer who, like John Denver, spent most of the Seventies with a foot planted on either side of the country-pop divide.