Reunion: The Songs of Jimmy Webb

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Reunion:
The Songs of Jimmy Webb
Glen Campbell Reunion album cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 1974
Recorded1974
StudioHollywood Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California
GenreFolk
LabelCapitol
ProducerJimmy Bowen
Glen Campbell chronology
Houston (I'm Comin' to See You)
(1974)
Reunion:
The Songs of Jimmy Webb

(1974)
Live in Japan
(1975)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars link
Rolling Stone4.5/5 stars link

Reunion: The Songs of Jimmy Webb is the twenty-seventh album by American singer and guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1974.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs were written by Jimmy Webb, except where indicated.

Side 1:

  1. "Roll Me Easy" (Lowell George) – 2:38
  2. "Just This One Time" – 3:42
  3. "You Might as Well Smile" – 3:31
  4. "Wishing Now" – 3:12
  5. "About the Ocean" (Susan Webb) – 2:57

Side 2:

  1. "Ocean in His Eyes" – 3:25
  2. "The Moon's a Harsh Mistress" – 3:04
  3. "I Keep It Hid" – 3:24
  4. "Adoration" – 3:14
  5. "It's a Sin" – 2:24

Note: On the Capitol CD reissue from 2001 of this album, the 'bonus' tracks "By the Time I Get To Phoenix" and "Wichita Lineman" were added, chronologically before the original track listing of the album.

Personnel[edit]

Music
Production
  • Jimmy Bowen – producer
  • Jimmy Webb – arranger
  • John Guess – engineer
  • Sid Sharp – strings conductor
  • Roy Kohara – art director
  • Emerson-Loew – photography

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (United States)

Chart Entry date Peak position No. of weeks
Billboard Country Albums 12/14/1974 18 11
Billboard 200 11/16/1974 166 5

Singles - Billboard (United States)

Year Single Hot Country Singles Hot 100 Easy Listening
1974 "It's a Sin When You Love Somebody" 16 - 39[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Erlewine, Stephen. "Reunion: The Songs of Jimmy Webb". AllMusic. Retrieved September 30, 2013.
  2. ^ "Billboard's Top Album Picks". Billboard Magazine. 86 (44): 54. November 2, 1974. Retrieved January 21, 2010.

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