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    I thought this was very interesting. I didn't know that Glen Campbell and Alice Cooper were close friends.

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    RIP Glen Campbell
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelz777 View Post
    I thought this was very interesting. I didn't know that Glen Campbell and Alice Cooper were close friends.

    I saw this as well. I love the segment about Van Halen wanting a lesson with Glen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelz777 View Post
    I thought this was very interesting. I didn't know that Glen Campbell and Alice Cooper were close friends.

    That was a great tribute. Thanks for sharing it.
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    I just watched the documentary 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' on Netflix. It's about his Alzheimer's and the final tour. It was very sad, but also very uplifting. And yes, he was one of the greatest ever.
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    Glen Campbell on the GHB as he sings Mull of Kintyre.
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    This is one of my favorite Glen Campbell videos. I like this video because Campbell is playing the song that made him famous (written by John Hartford, with whom Campbell played the song frequently) and because this is how I want to remember Campbell -- having a great time playing music with his friends. And there's an amazing guitar solo, too.


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    I heard someone say his friend dod not invite im to his charity golf tournament. Campbell asked why he wasn't invited. His friend said he was aare of Campbell's busy schedule. Campbell replied something like, you cheated me out of being a blessing to someone else. The talent is obvious, this demonstrates the character.

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