It's not easy for me to say I like Glen Campbell. I don't think people my age are supposed to like Glen Campbell. I guess I've thought for awhile that Rhinestone Cowboy is an alright song if I'm in the mood for old country music. Recently, though, a friend suggested his 2008 CD, Meet Glen Campbell. It's all covers and they're good. To the best of my knowledge none of the ten songs were originally country songs. I think my favorite is Times Like These, which was originally written and recorded by the Foo Fighters. I also enjoy Good Riddance / Time of Your Life (originally by Green Day) and All I Want is You (originally by U2). I have never listened to any one of the original versions of these songs and thought "Wow, wouldn't this be great done as a country song?!", but they are great done as country songs. Even though it's a different style, and probably made with a different goal in mind, it reminds me a little bit of Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (written about here by professor.knowsitall@evpl), because it's another example of how well some songs translate from one genre to another. I've enjoyed listening to this from track 1 to track 10 and have been telling friends about it, although they often respond with "Who's Glen Campbell?".