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No Shame: Glen Campbell Documentary Follows Singer's Goodbye Tour

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Glen Campbell's 'Canvas,' A Moving Farewell Album

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Legendary country singer Glen Campbell's new album will be his last. Campbell, who is in the early stages of Alzheimer's, has decided to release one more record as a final farewell. Collin Stark/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Glen Campbell: Forget Me Not

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Glen Campbell in Studio on WXPN, 9/3/08

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Glen Campbell, Platinum Cowboy

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