Album review: Glen Campbell, “Ghost on the Canvas”


Its tracks, relentless heartstring-tuggers all, tend toward either gentle, early ’60s-style countrypolitan or slender country-folk. Campbell is in near-top vocal form, though he’s often let down by an impressive roster of collaborators that includes Paul Westerberg, Jakob Dylan, Billy Corgan and Guided by Voices’ Bob Pollard (who contributes to the simple, pretty, un-Pollard-esque “Hold on Hope”), all united to wrest every last drop of sentiment from a set of songs that would have been melancholy enough without their efforts

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