glen campbell Archive

Three New Video Packages Worth Viewing

Let’s wrap up (or almost wrap up) 2017 with a look at three video packages on my desk. Ernie Kovacs — Take a Good Look I remember a time back in the early 1980s when PBS Television ran some really, really fascinating programs. One was a re-airing of the groundbreaking 1960s miniseries The Prisoner, starring

Best of 2015: Video (DVD and/or Blu-ray)

It takes a good bit more time and effort to screen a DVD or Blu-ray than it does to check out an album. With the latter, I can let the CD or record spin while I’m doing something else (I can multitask to some degree), but the former requires sitting in a comfortable chair, watching

Kim Campbell on Husband Glen Campbell’s Film “I’ll Be Me”

Glen Campbell has enjoyed a long and distinguished career. He providing hired-gun guitar services on countless pop records of the 1960s (as a member of that loose aggregation known as The Wrecking Crew). He took Brian Wilson‘s place in the touring Beach Boys. He released a long string of highly regarded pop-country albums. He hosted