Some of Glen Campbell's albums are "Big Bluegrass Special," released in 1962; "Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry," released in 1963; "The Big Bad Rock Guitar of Glen Campbell," released in 1965; "By the Time I Get To Phoenix," from 1967; and 1987's "Still Within the Sound of My Voice." "Houston (I'm Coming to See You)" is another Glen Campbell album from 1974. Capitol Records released all of these albums.
Glen Campbell released his first album, "Big Bluegrass Special," during the college folk revival of the 1960s. During this period, Glen worked with Dale Fitzsimmons and Carl Tanberg of the Green River Boys to record the tracks that would end up on his first album. These tracks include "There's More Pretty Girls than One," "One Hundred Miles Away from Home," "This Old White Mule of Mine," "Poor Boy Lookin' for a Home" and "Rainin' on the Mountain." In 2001, Capitol-Nashville Records remastered and re-released "Big Bluegrass Special."
Other noteworthy Glen Campbell releases include 1971's "The Last Time I Saw Her," 1973's "I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star)," 1975's "Rhinestone Cowboy" and the 1968 Christmas record "That Christmas Feeling." As of 2015, his most recent release is 2004's "Love is the Answer: 24 Songs of Faith, Hope, and Love."