Glen Campbell: 20 Essential Songs

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

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"She's Gone, Gone, Gone" (1989)

The hit that keeps on hitting, "She's Gone, Gone, Gone" cracked the country charts three times over a 24 year period, starting with Lefty Frizzell's original version in 1965 and ending with Campbell's Top 10 smash – his final time charting that high – in 1989. In a gracious move to his bandmates, Campbell shouts encouragement to players like Reggie Young before their respective guitar solos, shining a light on those musicians who spend their careers working on the sidelines. Once a session player, always a session player.

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