Song artist 320 - Glen Campbell

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Glen Campbell Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Glen Campbell.A list of the hit albums by Glen Campbell is also available. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy 1975 US Billboard 1 - May 1975 (23 weeks), Record World 1 - 1975, Canada 1 - Jul 1975 (14 weeks), Belgium 1 - Oct 1975 (9 weeks), Eire 1 for 6 weeks - Oct 1975, Canada RPM 1 for 1 week - Sep 1975, US BB 2 of 1975, US CashBox 2 of 1975, RIANZ 2 - Aug 1975 (22 weeks), Springbok 2 - Sep 1975 (14 weeks), Grammy in 1975 (Nominated), US Radio 3 of 1975 (peak 1 14 weeks), Holland 3 - Sep 1975 (8 weeks), UK 4 - Oct 1975 (12 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Sep 1975), France 10 - Nov 1975 (1 week), WABC NY 14 of 1975, Sweden (alt) 17 - Nov 1975 (2 weeks), Scrobulate 62 of country, DDD 70 of 1975, Acclaimed 2277 (1975), UK Silver (certified by BPI in Nov 1975), RYM 130 of 1975
2 Glen Campbell Southern Nights 1977 US Billboard 1 - Feb 1977 (21 weeks), Record World 1 - 1977, Canada RPM 1 for 1 week - May 1977, Canada 2 - Mar 1977 (13 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Apr 1977), Belgium 8 - Jun 1977 (6 weeks), RIANZ 10 - Mar 1977 (15 weeks), Holland 12 - May 1977 (6 weeks), US Radio 14 of 1977 (peak 1 11 weeks), US CashBox 20 of 1977, US BB 22 of 1977, Germany 23 - Jul 1977 (1 month), WABC NY 24 of 1977, UK 28 - Mar 1977 (6 weeks)
3 Glen Campbell Wichita Lineman 1968 Canada RPM 1 for 4 weeks - Dec 1968, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000 (1968), Grammy in 1968 (Nominated), US Billboard 3 - Nov 1968 (15 weeks), Record World 3 - 1969, Canada 3 - Nov 1968 (9 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Jan 1969), Keener 5 - Oct 1968 (8 weeks), UK 7 - Feb 1969 (13 weeks), NZ Listner 10 - Dec 1968 (9 weeks), US CashBox 13 of 1969, Australia Goset 15 - Dec 1968 (15 weeks), US Radio 24 of 1969 (peak 3 10 weeks), DDD 43 of 1968, WABC NY 58 of 1969, KQV 74 of 1968, Acclaimed 161 (1968), Rolling Stone 192, WXPN 788, RYM 51 of 1968
4 Glen Campbell Galveston 1969 Canada 2 - Mar 1969 (9 weeks), Record World 3 - 1969, NZ Listner 3 - May 1969 (7 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Mar 1969 (12 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Oct 1969), Keener 5 - Feb 1969 (7 weeks), Australia Goset 5 - Apr 1969 (18 weeks), UK 14 - May 1969 (10 weeks), US Radio 45 of 1969 (peak 4 9 weeks), US BB 59 of 1969, KQV 60 of 1969, WABC NY 66 of 1969, US CashBox 70 of 1969, DDD 97 of 1969, Acclaimed 1675 (1969)
5 Glen Campbell Honey Come Back 1970 UK 4 - May 1970 (19 weeks), Australia Goset 6 - Mar 1970 (13 weeks), Keener 9 - Jan 1970 (6 weeks), Record World 10 - 1970, France 10 - Aug 1970 (1 week), Springbok 16 - Apr 1970 (4 weeks), US Billboard 19 - Jan 1970 (9 weeks), Canada 19 - Jan 1970 (5 weeks), US CashBox 83 of 1970, US Radio 145 of 1970 (peak 19 2 weeks), UKMIX 970
6 Glen Campbell It's Only Make Believe 1970 Australia Goset 1 - Nov 1970 (16 weeks), UK 4 - Nov 1970 (14 weeks), Canada 7 - Sep 1970 (9 weeks), Record World 8 - 1970, Keener 9 - Sep 1970 (5 weeks), US Billboard 10 - Sep 1970 (12 weeks), US CashBox 66 of 1970, KQV 72 of 1970, US BB 99 of 1970, US Radio 114 of 1970 (peak 10 4 weeks)
7 Glen Campbell By the Time I Get to Phoenix 1967 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2004 (1967), Grammy in 1967 (Nominated), Keener 14 - Dec 1967 (3 weeks), Canada 22 - Nov 1967 (5 weeks), US Billboard 26 - Oct 1967 (11 weeks), Record World 31 - 1967, DDD 76 of 1967, RIAA 284, Rolling Stone 450, Acclaimed 646 (1967)
8 Glen Campbell Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In LA) 1975 US Billboard 11 - Nov 1975 (14 weeks), RIANZ 17 - Oct 1975 (11 weeks), Record World 22 - 1976, Canada 26 - Dec 1975 (4 weeks), US BB 100 of 1976, US Radio 103 of 1976 (peak 11 5 weeks)
9 Glen Campbell Where's The Playground Susie 1969 NZ Listner 9 - Jul 1969 (8 weeks), Australia Goset 12 - Jun 1969 (8 weeks), Record World 13 - 1969, Keener 15 - Apr 1969 (3 weeks), Canada 18 - May 1969 (4 weeks), US Billboard 26 - May 1969 (8 weeks)
10 Glen Campbell Gentle On My Mind 1967 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008 (1967), Canada 10 - Jul 1967 (8 weeks), US Billboard 39 - Sep 1968 (9 weeks), DDD 48 of 1967
11 Glen Campbell Sunflower 1977 Belgium 17 - Sep 1977 (6 weeks), RIANZ 20 - Aug 1977 (10 weeks), Germany 23 - Sep 1977 (2 months), US Billboard 39 - Jul 1977 (11 weeks)
12 Glen Campbell Try A Little Kindness 1969 NZ Listner 4 - Dec 1969 (8 weeks), Australia Goset 10 - Dec 1969 (10 weeks), Record World 16 - 1969, US Billboard 23 - Oct 1969 (11 weeks), UK 45 - Feb 1970 (2 weeks)
13 Glen Campbell True Grit 1969 Oscar in 1969 (film 'True Grit') (Nominated), Golden Globe in 1969 (film 'True Grit') (Nominated), Record World 28 - 1969, US Billboard 35 - Jul 1969 (7 weeks)
14 Glen Campbell Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife 1968 Canada 5 - Jul 1968 (5 weeks), Keener 17 - Jun 1968 (4 weeks), US Billboard 32 - Jul 1968 (8 weeks), Record World 34 - 1968
15 Glen Campbell Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) 1971 Record World 21 - 1971, US Billboard 31 - Mar 1971 (7 weeks), UK 39 - Mar 1971 (3 weeks), Australia Goset 50 - May 1971 (4 weeks)
16 Glen Campbell I Knew Jesus (Before He Was A Star) 1973 Australia Goset 27 - Jul 1973 (4 weeks), Record World 37 - 1973, US Billboard 45 - Mar 1973 (12 weeks)
17 Glen Campbell I Wanna Live 1968 Canada 7 - Apr 1968 (9 weeks), Record World 28 - 1968, US Billboard 36 - Apr 1968 (12 weeks)
18 Glen Campbell Everything a Man Could Ever Need 1970 UK 32 - Sep 1970 (5 weeks), Australia Goset 40 - Sep 1970 (6 weeks), US Billboard 52 - Jul 1970 (8 weeks)
19 Glen Campbell Turn Around, Look At Me 1961 Canada 9 - Dec 1961 (12 weeks), US Billboard 62 - Oct 1961 (10 weeks)
20 Glen Campbell Don't Pull Your Love 1976 RIANZ 23 - Jun 1976 (6 weeks), US Billboard 27 - Mar 1976 (10 weeks)
21 Glen Campbell Universal Soldier 1965 Record World 30 - 1965, US Billboard 45 - Sep 1965 (7 weeks)
22 Glen Campbell Hey Little One 1968 Canada 39 - Jan 1968 (3 weeks), US Billboard 54 - Jan 1968 (7 weeks)
23 Glen Campbell Ocean In His Eyes 1975 RIANZ 21 - May 1975 (2 weeks)
24 Glen Campbell Too Late To Worry, Too Blue To Cry 1962 US Billboard 76 - Aug 1962 (2 weeks)
25 Glen Campbell Can You Fool 1978 US Billboard 38 - Oct 1978 (10 weeks)
26 Glen Campbell I Don't Want To Know Your Name 1981 US Billboard 65 - Jan 1981 (5 weeks)
27 Glen Campbell I Love My Truck 1981 US Billboard 94 - Aug 1981 (3 weeks)
28 Glen Campbell Something 'Bout You Baby I Like 1980 US Billboard 42 - May 1980 (10 weeks)
29 Glen Campbell Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye 1976 US Billboard 27 - Mar 1976 (10 weeks)
30 Glen Campbell I May Never Pass This Way Again 1972 US Billboard 61 - Aug 1972 (7 weeks)
31 Glen Campbell One Last Time 1972 US Billboard 78 - Dec 1972 (7 weeks)
32 Glen Campbell Houston (I'm Comin' To See You) 1974 US Billboard 68 - Feb 1974 (6 weeks)
33 Glen Campbell The Last Time I Saw Her 1971 US Billboard 61 - Jun 1971 (7 weeks)
34 Glen Campbell Oh Happy Day 1970 US Billboard 40 - Apr 1970 (8 weeks)
35 Glen Campbell I Say a Little Prayer 1971 US Billboard 81 - Oct 1971 (5 weeks)
36 Glen Campbell Lonely My Lonely Friend 1969 Australia Goset 11 - Dec 1969 (3 weeks)
37 Glen Campbell Lovelight 1975 RYM 130 of 1975
38 Glen Campbell Fate of Man 1968 RYM 51 of 1968
39 Glen Campbell Guess I'm Dumb 1965 RYM 143 of 1965
40 Glen Campbell That's All Right 1965 RYM 143 of 1965

In addition to the above listed songs Glen Campbell also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell All I Have to Do is Dream 1970 UK 3 - Dec 1969 (14 weeks), Springbok 3 - Jan 1970 (10 weeks), Norway 4 - Jan 1970 (7 weeks), Australia Goset 4 - Feb 1970 (16 weeks), NZ Listner 7 - Feb 1970 (7 weeks), Keener 20 - Feb 1970 (3 weeks), US Billboard 27 - Feb 1970 (10 weeks), Record World 29 - 1970
2 Rikki & Daz & Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy (Giddy Up Giddy Up) 2002 UK 12 - Nov 2002 (8 weeks)
3 Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell Let it Be Me 1969 US Billboard 36 - Jan 1969 (9 weeks)

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2 Aug 2016

Napier, New Zealand Concert+

Do you have any info/pictures etc on Glen's tour of the above 'subject' .Cannot remember the year

This site only has charts, no details of tours etc. Given that (as this page shows) he had hits in 1975-1976 in New Zealand (which were not big elsewhere) we would guess that the year was 1975


20 Nov 2011

It's Only Make Believe

by Glen Campbell also went to No.2 on New Zealand Chart and Dream Baby to No. 17 - http://www.flavourofnz.co.nz/index.php?qpageID=searchlistener&qartistid=721#n_view_location


31 Oct 2011

G. Campbell

Glen Campbell's song 30 is a collaboration with Bobbie Gentry. I think, that Top 40 hits like "Can You Fool" or "Oh, Happy Day" have to be "higher" than songs, that were not as successfull as them. And I also think, that his "Wichita Lineman" deserves to be one of Top 40 hits of 1968.

The Bullfrog listing clearly credits Glen Campbell alone with the song "Let it be me". However, checking this on a few sites does show that on this occasion the Bullfrog listing is wrong.

Thanks for the correction, the data has been fixed.

You also suggest that a song peaking at 38 in 1978 should be listed higher than one peaking at 94 in 1981. We agree that does, at first sight, seem wrong.

We could cop out and say that by the time we are listing songs that far down the list the order is fairly arbitrary, what the listing here is really saying is that the last 18 or so songs were all 'minor hits'. We also could point out that 451 songs made the Billboard top 100 in 1978, while in 1981 there were 408, in other words it was harder to have a hit in 1981.

But while both these are true they don't explain why we have this particular situation. One thing to notice is that the peak of 11 in the Australian charts is rated as less important than reaching number 81 in the US. This is, of course, fair, since the population of Australia (22 million) compared with the USA (309 million) means that the music market in Australia is about 6% of the size of that in the US.

The explanation for this strange situation is rooted in the same basic process. The calculation of "overall success" can take various aspects into account, some distort the top ranking songs and some the lower ranking ones. There are no simple approaches (that we've found so far anyway) which don't leave anomalies somewhere, when you push down the wrinkle in the carpet of values all that happens is another bump appears on the far side of the room. Our choice has been to focus on getting the highest rated items 'correctly ordered' and we have felt that if this results in some odd situations towards the end of each artist's lists that is a price worth paying. Most users are interested in the ording of the top songs, not the last few.

If you, or indeed anyone, can suggest an approach that does a better overall job we would be happy to adopt it. The spreadsheet on the versions page provides the data you need to try things out.

Finally you suggest that "Wichita Lineman" deserves to be one of Top 40 hits of 1968. The scores are really quite close, no doubt an alternative approach would place Glen Campbell higher, but on this site we pick the algortithm and apply it. No one gets to fiddle with the results (even the administrators). So "deserves" really doesn't come into it, every song gets the position its chart entries entitle it to.

Once again if you can suggest a fairer scoring system we'd be happy to hear from you.


27 Oct 2011

Glen Campbell

Wichita Lineman went to No. 1 in Canada in December 1968, not 69.

You are completely correct, our mistake. Thanks for pointing it out.