Vinyl LP pressing. Gentle on My Mind is the sixth album by American singer-guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1967 by Capitol Records. The centerpiece of the album is "Gentle on My Mind". Campbell heard songwriter John Hartford's original version on the radio and fell in love with this song about memories of a lost love. At the time, Campbell was under contract with Capitol Records as a solo artist but had little success in establishing a name for himself in the public eye. Campbell gathered some of his fellow session players from the famous Wrecking Crew gang (which included Leon Russell) to come into the Capitol studio to record a demo version that he could pitch to his producer. Between phrases and stanzas, Campbell would yell instructions to the players. He then left the rough recording for his producer to listen to. His producer fell in love, not only with the song but with the recording itself. Without telling Campbell, he took the tape back into the studio and removed the unwanted verbiage from between the phrases. He then released the demo recording, which became a mega-hit for Campbell when it was released.
Track List: 1.1 Gentle on My Mind (2001 - Remastered) 2:58 1.2 Catch the Wind (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:18 1.3 It's Over (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:04 1.4 Bowling Green (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:20 1.5 Just Another Man (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:12 1.6 You're My World (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:35 1.7 The World I Used to Know (Digitally Remastered 01) By Leon Russell ; Glen Campbell 2:26 1.8 Without Her (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:15 1.9 Mary in the Morning (Digitally Remastered 01) 3:03 1.10 Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow (Digitally Remastered 01) 2:41 1.11 Cryin' [Digitally Remastered 01] 2:51