Editors’ Notes The brightest jewel in Campbell’s luminous late-’60s output, Wichita Lineman gleefully batters the boundaries between pop, country, folk, and more. The Jimmy Webb-penned title track’s haunting melody, sophisticated production, and poetic narrative brought pop songwriting to a new level, but it has plenty of proud company. Campbell’s sweet, clear tenor gracefully transforms soul (“(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay”), French chanson (“If You Go Away”), and folk rock (“Reason to Believe”) into an incandescent amalgam that can only be called “Glen Campbell music.”

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Wichita Lineman
1
3:06
 
(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay
2
2:33
 
If You Go Away
3
3:42
 
Ann
4
1:59
 
Words
5
2:48
 
Fate of Man
6
2:41
 
Dreams of the Everyday Housewife
7
2:36
 
The Straight Life
8
2:59
 
Reason to Believe
9
2:19
 
You Better Sit Down Kids
10
3:16
 
That's Not Home
11
2:45