Glen CampbellEverybody's Talkin'3:01
Glen CampbellJust Like Always3:56
Glen Campbell With Willie NelsonFunny How Time Slips Away3:36
Glen CampbellArkansas Farmboy3:36
Roger MillerAm I All Alone (Or Is It Only Me) (Intro)0:47
Glen Campbell With Vince GillAm I All Alone (Or Is It Only Me)2:47
Glen CampbellIt Won't Bring Her Back3:35
Glen CampbellDon't Think Twice, It's All Right 2:41
Glen CampbellShe Thinks I Still Care4:01
Glen CampbellPostcard From Paris4:40
Glen CampbellA Thing Called Love2:23
Glen CampbellAdiós3:07

Credits (18)


Filter by
    8 versions
    Image, In Your Collection, Wantlist, or Inventory
    Version DetailsData Quality
    Cover of Adiós, 2017-06-09, CDAdiós
    CD, Album
    UMe – B0026502-02US2017US2017
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Adiós, 2017-06-09, VinylAdiós
    LP, Album, Stereo, 180g
    UMe – B0026500-01US2017US2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Adiós, 2017-06-09, CDAdiós
    CD, Album; CD, Compilation
    UMe – 5764976, Capitol Records – 5764976Europe2017Europe2017
    Cover of Adiós, 2017-06-09, VinylAdiós
    LP, Album
    UMe – 00602557479287, Universal Music – 00602557479287UK & Europe2017UK & Europe2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Adiós + Greatest Hits , 2017, CDAdiós + Greatest Hits
    2×CD, Album, Limited Edition, Special Edition, Walmart Exclusive
    UMe – B0027471-02, Capitol Records – B0027471-02US2017US2017
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Adios, 2017, VinylAdios
    LP, Album; LP, Compilation, Bonus LP
    UMe – B0027476-01, Capitol Records – B0027476-01US2017US2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Adiós, 2017, CDrAdiós
    CDr, Album, Promo, Watermarked
    UMC – none20172017
    New Submission
    Cover of Adios, 2017-06-09, VinylAdios
    LP, Limited Edition, Gold, Limited to 500
    UMe – B0026598-01US2017US2017
    New Submission



    • drvinyl57's avatar
      This is worth having for the tracks on the Adios disc. This is a fitting farewell executed with the help of the more than capable Carl Jackson, Glen Campbell’s longtime guitarist and banjo player. There are nice guest turns by Willie Nelson and Vince Gill and Glen’s family lends some heartfelt harmonies on Postcard From Paris (1 of 4 Jimmy Webb songs featured on the album).

      As mentioned by the previous reviewer, the sound quality of the Greatest Hits album is terrible. I thought there was something wrong with my system at first since there was suddenly no soundstage or depth on the first two tracks. Things got a little better on Southern Nights, but I grabbed my OG Greatest Hits album and everything sounded great as usual. Consider the Greatest Hits album a throwaway as it is practically unlistenable. Such a shame, too since the song selection is outstanding.
      • CompoSW
        This has to be the saddest album to listen to knowing Glen would never record again Rhinestone Cowboy Wichita Lineman
        Southern Nights By The Time I Get To Phoenix Galveston memories of growing up
        • XETSOF's avatar
          Edited 7 months ago
          Campbell's estate need to say "Adios" to UME for this insulting pressing. Some great moments, and some absolute shockers - in particular "Rhinestone Cowboy" & “Galveston”. The sound quality is nothing short of abysmal.
          • smokeycockatiel's avatar
            Fantastic Album :-) Shows that he still had it . Rest Peacefully Sir

            Master Release

            Edit Master Release
            New Submission

            For sale on Discogs

            Sell a copy


            • Avg Rating:4.32 / 5
            • Ratings:76

            Videos (1)