Glen Campbell's Lost Album 'Sings For The King,' With Tracks For Elvis Presley, Discovered & Released 50 Years Later

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Glen Campbell sits in on an Everly Brothers recording session at United Western Recorders on Jan. 7, 1967 in Los Angeles.

Glen Campbell recorded an 18-track album intended only for Elvis Presley's ears back from 1964 to 1968. The songs were never released, until now. 50 years later on Nov. 16, Sings for the King, will be available via Capitol/UME. The collection will also be available on a limited edition 180-gram clear vinyl.

The songs, written by the King of Rock & Roll's longtime songwriters Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne, were discovered by Executive Producer Stephen Auerbach who found the recordings on long-forgotten reel-to-reel tapes in Weisman's storage space. Campbell was originally given the task to record the songs due to his perfect pitch and an ability to match Elvis’s key and even mimic his delivery.

Fans can pre-order the album here. See the full track list below.   

1. We Call On Him (A Duet With Elvis Presley) *
2. Easy Come, Easy Go *
3. Any Old Time 
4. Anyone Can Play 
5. I Got Love 
6. I’ll Never Know *
7. All I Needed Was The Rain *
8. How Can You Lose What You Never Had *
9. Spinout *
10. Magic Fire 
11. I’ll Be Back *
12. Love On The Rocks 
13. Stay Away, Joe *
14. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die *
15. Clambake *
16. There Is So Much World To See *
17. Do The Clam *
18. Restless

* Recorded by Elvis Presley