Glen Campbell Plays 12 String Guitar

Glen Campbell Plays 12 String Guitar contains instrumental songs only, the majority of which were taken from The Swinging 12 String originally released by The In Group featuring Glen Campbell on twelve string guitar and Leon Russell on harpsichord.

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