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Re: CENTRAL PARK, GLEN CAMPBELL THE WM. TELL OVERTURE

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"The essential person of inestimable worth is there" -- so true, @Oznell, for those with dementia, Alzheimer's, or any disability that compromises the mind or body to the point of preventing communication.

 

Glen Campbell was blessed with bottomless talent, and he blessed the rest of us by using it to the hilt. (His "Wichita Lineman" remains one of the most haunting melodies I've ever heard.)  Thanks so much for this.

 

 

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Re: CENTRAL PARK, GLEN CAMPBELL THE WM. TELL OVERTURE


@JamandBread wrote:

If you get a chance to watch his documentary I'll Be Me, it will be worth your while. He plays a Dueling Banjos with his daughter and it is amazing. He kept his ability to play, while losing everything else.


@JamandBread. I've seen it. It's a CNN documentary and was on a few years ago.

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Re: CENTRAL PARK, GLEN CAMPBELL THE WM. TELL OVERTURE

Here’s his last song I mentioned. 

 

 

https://youtu.be/yrIW5RpvBnM

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Re: CENTRAL PARK, GLEN CAMPBELL THE WM. TELL OVERTURE

Just extraordinary, thoughtful @Teddie --  thank you for that link!