JIMMY WEBB: DISCOGRAPHY

This is not a complete discography; I concentrate on the first recording of a song (which is numbered), though other important interpretations are also mentioned. This kind of discography is oriented toward tracking the artistic development of the songwriter. Any corrections or additions will be appreciated. Also I should note, I have not heard many of the more obscure recordings. My special favorites are marked by an asterisk or two. Thanks for help from other Webbheads, and a special boost from Mike Howard's Bruised: A Jimmy Webb Fanzine, at "mikehoward@oakcottage.demon.co.uk".

Discography, 1965-1992

Discography, 1993 on

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1946: August 15, JW born in Elk City, Oklahoma.
1959: Starts writing songs, at age of 12 or 13.

1965
The Contessas, a girl group, arranged and conducted by JW:
1. This Is Where I Came In (also Richard Harris, My Boy; Thelma Houston, Sunshower)
2. [flip side?]

JW:
3. I Can't Quit [Get It?] (Bell 1965) (demo recorded at Audio Arts studio; released commercially as a JW single in 1970)
4. Lost Generation (published in Golden Songs, 1969)

Dianna Ross and the Supremes, Merry Christmas 1965
5. My Christmas Tree

Brenda Holloway:
6. This Time Last Summer

1966 Attends San Bernadino Valley College as music major. Writes "Up Up and Away" in 35 minutes in a practice room at the College, from an idea by William Williams (Memorabilia 18). Drops out, gets job in music business.

Don Ray Sampson (E Records):
7. Take It Easy

1967:
Strawberry Children, featuring J. Webb (Soul City -- Johny Rivers Music? 1967):
8. Love Years Coming (also JW Songbook, 1970)
9. One Stands Here (also Johny Mann Singers, 1969)

Johny Rivers, Changes (early 1967)
10. By the Time I Get to Phoenix ** (notable versions: Glen Campbell; Frank Sinatra, Cycles, 1968; Isaac Hayes, Hot Buttered Soul, 1968 (18.40); Stevie Wonder Live, 1970)

Fifth Dimension, Up, Up, and Away (Soul City, mid 1967). Arranged and conducted by JW, who also plays keyboards. Produced by Johny Rivers and Marc Gordon. All songs Johny Rivers Music.
11. Up, Up and Away ** (released as single, May 1967; went top ten; earned Grammy for record of year and song of year)
12. Which Way to Nowhere
13. Never Gonna Be the Same
14. Pattern People
15. Rosecrans Blvd.

Fifth Dimension, The Magic Garden (Soul City 1967). Produced by Bones Howe. Arranged and conducted by JW. All songs Johny Rivers Music.
16. Prologue
17. Magic Garden
18. Summer's Daughter
19. Dreams / Pax / Nepenthe
20. Carpet Man (also Johny River, Rewind, 1968)
-----[Ticket to Ride (Lennon/McCartney)]
SIDE 2:
21. Requiem: 820 Latham (also 1968 Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge)
22. The Girls' Song **
23. The Worst That Could Happen (Koppelman/Bandman/Jonathan 3 67)
24. Orange Air
25. Paper Cup
26. Epilogue

JW: Jim Webb Sings Jim Webb (Epic 1967). Orchestra arranged and conducted by Hank Levine, except for I Need You, I Can Do It On My Own, I'm In Need, arranged by JW. All Hanbo Music, c. 1966. Reportedly, these are Webb's demos, released in this form without his consent.
27. I Keep It Hid * (written ca. 1966, Memorabilia 24) (cf. version by Vogues in 1967; version in 1968 by Ray Charles on Love Country Style; 1989 version by Linda Ronstadt)
28. You're So Young
29. I'll Be Back
30. Life is Hard
31. I Need You
32. Our Time is Running Out
33. I Can Do It on My Own
34. Then
35. I'm In Need
36. Run, Run, Run

Out take of J.W. sings J.W.
37. Here's Four More,

Vogues, Turn Around Look at Me,
I Keep it Hid

Glen Campbell, By the Time I Get to Phoenix (Capitol Nov. 1967)
By the Time I Get to Phoenix

1968
JW: (single on Dunhill? 1968)
38. One of the Nicer Things (also Revelation, 1970; Richard Harris' Greatest Performances, 1973)
39. I Don't Want This Modern Religion

Richard Harris, A Tramp Shining (Dunhill 1968)
40. Didn't We (written in college, for an amateur theater production, Memorabilia 9) (also Thelma Houston, 1969; Barbra Streisand, Concert at the Forum, 1972)
41. Paper Chase * (also Garfunkel, Watermark, 1978)
42. Name of My Sorrow
43. Lovers Such As I
44. In the Final Hours
45. MacArthur Park ** (previously released as a single) (written in 68 for the Association, who rejected it, Memorabilia 44) (also on Richard Harris Love Album in 1971.) Notable versions by Donna Summer (twice, including a long disco version), Waylon Jennings, Glen Campbell, Ed Ames, 101 Strings, Tony Bennett, Ray Conniff, Percy Faith, Ferrante & Teicher, Liberace, Ray Charles Singers (?); Frank Sinatra (Trilogy, 1980); Dionne Warwick, Andy Williams; and, last but not least, Weird Al Jankovic, "Jurassic Park". Elvis Presley performed this live.
46. Dancing Girl
47. If You Must Leave My Life
48. A Tramp Shining

Richard Harris, The Yard Went On Forever (Dunhill 68). Arranged by Webb, who also plays piano. All songs Canopy Music, except Hymns.
49. The Yard Went On Forever
50. Interim
51. Watermark **
52. Gayla
SIDE TWO
53. The Hymns form Grand Terrace (Ja-Ma Music)
54. The Hive
55. Lucky Me
56. That's the Way It Was (cf. version by John Gary, That's the Way It Was, same year)

Johny Rivers, Rewind (1968)
57. Do What You Gotta Do * (also Tom Jones She's a Lady, 1968; Four Tops; Nina Simone; Robert Flack, 1970, on Chapter Two; Bonnie Dobson, Early Morning Rain, 1970; Glen Campbell, 1985; Ronstadt 1993)
Carpet Man
58. Sidewalk Song (also Richard Harris version, 1971)
59. Sweet Smiling Children
60. The Eleventh Song
61. Tunesmith (also Vikki Carr, 1969, It Must be Him)

Bud Shank, Magical Mystery (1968)
Paper Cup (also Fifth Dimension, 1967)

Walter Wanderly, When It was Done, (1968)
62. When It was Done (cf. version by R. Harris, Yard Went On, '69)

Ronnie Kole Trio, New Orleans' Newest Sound, (1968)
63. Galveston *** (copyright 1965 (?); also Campbell version, 1969)

Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge, (1968)
The Worst That Could Happen (also Fifth Dimension, Magic Garden, 1968; JW, Ten Easy Pieces)

Picardy Singers, How Sweet It is, (1968)
64. How Sweet It Is (also Jefferson on Jefferson)

Peggy Lipton, on Ode label: (1968)
65. Red Clay County Line (also Fortunes, 1969)

Glen Campbell, Wichita Lineman (Capitol; late 1968)
66. Wichita Lineman *** (Canopy) (notable versions: Ray Charles; Sergio Mendes (1968, Ye Me Le); Jose Feliciano (1971, Encore))

1969
Glen Campbell, Galveston (Capitol 1969)
Galveston (cf. version by Ronnie Cole Trio in 1968)
67. Where's the Playground Susie * (Ja-Ma; Jobete?) (JW wrote this for his first real girlfriend, Memorabilia 36)

Thelma Houston, Sunshower (Dunhill 1969). Written, arranged and produced by JW. Elton Mosher arranged Cheap Lovin. All songs Canopy unless noted. Houston's first album, I think.
68. Sunshower (from "His Own Dark City") *
69. Everybody Gets to Go to the Moon * (cf. a version, also 1969, by Buddy Greco, in Let the Love Shine In)
70. To Make It Easier on You B
Didn't We (Ja-Ma Music)
71. Mixed-Up Girl
72. Someone is Standing Outside B+ (Cf. version by Patty Austin, 1988, the Real Me)
[Jumpin Jack Flash (Jagger-Richards)]
73. This is Where I Came In (Ja-Ma Music)
74. Pocketful of Keys * (JW Publishing) (first version; cf. JW version, 1971)
75. This is Your Life (Ja-Ma) (also Fifth Dimension, 1970, Portrait)
76. Cheap Lovin
77. If This Was the Last Song (JW Pub.) (also Bill Medley of Righteous Brothers)

Waylon Jennings, 1969
MacArthur Park, He gets a Grammy for this.

78. How Sweet It Is, soundtrack 69?
79. Tell Them Willie Boy is Here, soundtrack 69?

Dianne Davidson, Baby, and Fortunes, That Same Old Feeling, both record in 1969:
80. "Clowns Exit Laughing"

B.J. Thomas, Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, Al Martino, Wake Up to me Gentle, and Roslyn Kind, Give Me You, all record
81. If You Must Leave My Life

Fifth Dimension, the Age of Aquarius,
82. The Hideaway

Frank Sinatra, My Way,
Didn't We

Frank Sinatra, The Sinatra Family Wish You,
83. What Ever Happened to Christmas

Johny Mann Singers, Good Night My Love,
One Stands Here (cf. version by Strawberry Children,, 1967)

Fortunes, That Same Old Feeling,
Red Clay County Line (cf. Peggy Lipton version above)

JW: The Golden Songs of Jimmy Webb (song book). (Hansen)
84. Fair Weather Lover
85. Halfway in the Middle
86. Here I'll Stand
87. How Can You Do It
88. I Can't Leave You All Alone
I Don't Need You
89. I Think Were Gonna Make It Baby
90. If You Leave Me
91. In My Wildest Dreams
92. I'll Be Back when Winter's Gone (cf. I'll Be Back, in JW sings JW, 1967; same?)
Lost Generation (cf. single, 1965)
93. Love Now
94. Mainlainer
95. Mirror Mind
96. Moving On
97. Parenthesis
98. Plow this Ground
99. Psalm for the semi-living
100. Shadows of Summer
101. The Girl who Needs Me
102. Summer Lovers
103. There aint No Doubt
104. When Eddie Comes Home
105. When I'm Dead
106. World Made of Windows


1970
JW: (Bell 70) (demo recorded at Audio Arts studio in 65)
Lost Generation
I Can't Quit

JW: Words and Music (Reprise 1970). Very positive review in Rolling Stone by Jon Landau
107. Sleepin in the Daytime **
108. P.F. Sloan ** (also Association, 1971, Stop Your Motor, and Larry Coryell, 1973, The Real Great Escape; Jennifer Warren in 1972?; Archive)
109. Love Song ** (also Glen Campbell on Highwayman, 1979; Archive)
110. Careless Weed **
111. Psalm 150 **
SIDE TWO
Music for an Unmade Movie:
112. I. Songseller *
113. II. Dorothy Chandler Blues *
114. III Jerusalem **
Three Songs **(Archive) These three songs--Let it Be Me (Curtis-Delanoe- Becaud); Never My Love (D&D Addrisi); and I Wanne Be Free (Boyce-Hart)--were not written by JW, but the arrangement is so unique that they are virtually recreated by him here.
115. Once Before I Die *

Glen Campbell, Try a Little Kindness (1970)
116. Honey Come Back (may have been recorded by Johny Mathis in 1968)

Barbra Streisand, What About Today, (1970)
117. Little Tin Soldier

Revelation, Revelation (1970)
118. Beyond Myself (also The Supremes, 1972)
119. Evie (also Johny Mathis, 1971, on a single)
Jerusalem (also JW, 1970)
One of the Nicer Things (also 1968 Webb; 1973 by R Harris)
Paper Chase (also Richard Harris, 1968)
120. See You Then ** (first version) (also JW (1971), Ray Charles (?), Robert Flack (1971), Quiet Fire; Johny River, Road, 1974)
121. Shepherd's Daughter
122. Someone is Standing Outside (also on Sunshower)

The Glen Campbell Goodtime Album (1970)(Capitol)
MacArthur Park (see 1968)
123. Just Another Piece of Paper (Ja-Ma)

Connie Stevens, single, 1970:
124. 5:30 Plane ** (cf. Supremes, 1972)

Mark Lindsay (You've Got a Friend) and Judy Mayhan (Moments) both recorded:
125. Old Man at the Fair. (also Glen Yarborough in 1971, Let Me Choose Life)

Tommy Overstreet, single.
126. The Smartest Fool (also by Joey Scarbury in sixties?)

JW: The Jimmy Webb Songbook (1970)
127. Gypsy Moths (performed Webb)
128. I Think the Last One was the One (unknown performer)
129. Love Years Coming (performed by the Match)
130. One of the Kind (performed Webb)
131. Right Here Where You Left me
132. Summer Will End
133. That World of Yours (unknown male)
134. You'll Be Back, I Know It

1971
JW: And So: On (Reprise 1971)
135. Met Her on a Plane ** (Canopy 71; Archive)
136. All Night Show * (Canopy 68)
137. All My Love's Laughter ** (Canopy 68; Archive)
138. Highpockets *(Canopy 69)
139. Marionette * (Rivers 67)
SIDE TWO
140. Laspitch * (Canopy 71)
141. One Lady ** (Canopy 71; Archive)
142. If Ships Were Made to Sail ** (Canopy 71; Archive)
143. Pocketful of Keys * (Canopy 69)
144. See You Then ** (Canopy 70)

My Boy, Richard Harris (1971)
145. Beth (Ja-Ma 68)
Sidewalk-song (Dramatis Music Corp., 1967) (also Johny Rivers, 1968 Rewind)
Requiem (Dramatis Music Corp., 1967) (also 5th Dimension and Brooklyn Bridge, above)
146. This Is Where I Came In (Ja-Ma 65)


1972
JW:Letters (Reprise). Produced by Larry Marks. All songs Canopy 1971 unless noted.
Galveston ** (Ja Ma 63; Archive)
147. Campo de Encino **
[Love Hurts (Bryant)] **
148. Simile ** (Canopy 72)
149. Hurt Me Well **
SIDE TWO
150. Once in the Morning * (Archive)
151. Catharsis * (=Mr. Shuck and Jive) (Canopy 72) (also on Garfunkel, Watermark
152. Song Seller * (Canopy 70)
153. When Can Brown Begin ** (Canopy 70; Archive)
154. Piano (Canopy 72; Archive) **

Supremes, Supremes (Motown 1972) Produced and arranged by JW, who also played keyboards. Fred Tackett guitar, Skip Masher Bass, Ray Rich Drums. Check out the photos of JW with long, black, flowing beard and hair! He looks like a young Eastern Orthodox partriarch or something.
-----[I Guess I'll Miss The Man (Schwartz); not produced by JW]
5:30 Plane (also Connie Stevens, 1970)
-----[Tossin and Turnin (Lewis-Rene)]
Where Can Brown Begin
155. Beyond Myself
-----[Il Voce de Silenzio (Silent Voices) (Isola)]
SIDE TWO
-----[All I Want (Joni Mitchell)]
Once in the Morning
I Keep It Hid
-----[Paradise (Nilsson)]
156. Cheap Lovin

B.J. Thomas: Billy Joe Thomas (1972)
157. A Song For My Brother (evidently = Wooden Planes, see Garfunkel, Watermark (with JW on piano)

1973
The Naked Ape (Playboy, soundtrack) All Playboy Music.
9 A.M., .46
D Minor Toccata
Nake Ape Theme (Fingerpainting): Ape Inventory. 2.23
Carnivorock, .47
Arnie's Letter 2.22
Cathy's theme: Pair-Bonding 1.58
158. Saturday Suit ** (Vocal JW) (also Garfunkel, Watermark)
159. Fingerpainting ** (Vocal JW)
You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me

Jesus Loves Me (Vocal Clydie King) 1.20
Survival Rag (Vocal Donald Driver) 1.47
Gymnasts Ballet (Fingerpainting) 4.48
Arnie's Appeasement 3.31
Elephant Hunt 3.23
Naked Ape Theme (Fingerpainting): How Like an Angel 2.06

Art Garfunkel, Angel Clare, (Columbia 73)
160. All I Know **
161. Another Lullaby **

Richard Harris' Greatest Performances (1973)
Lovers Such as I
One of the Nicer Things (also Webb, 1968)

1974
JW: Land's End (Asylum) (All Canopy 73) Prod. by JW in assoc. with Robin Cable.
162. Ocean in his Eyes **
163. Walk Your Feet in the Sunshine * (also Fifth Dimension 1974; Archive)
164. Cloudman **
165. Lady Fits Her Bluejeans *(Archive)
166. Just This One Time (also Glen Campbell, Reunion, 1974; Cher, Stars (Warner Bros. 1975; Archive)
SIDE TWO
167. Crying in My Sleep ** (also Garfunkel, Watermark; Archive)
168. It's a Sin (also Joe Cocker; Glen Campbell 1974)
169. Alyce Blue Gown *
170. Land's End / Asleep on the Wind ***(Archive)

Joe Cocker, I Can Stand a Little Rain, (A&M)
171. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress *** (first recording) (also Glen Campbell, Reunion, 1974; JW, Mirage, 1977; LR, Get Closer, 1982; Judy Collins, ____; Joan Baez, Recently, 1987)
It's a Sin When You Love Somebody (Canopy)

Glen Campbell, Reunion (Capitol). Arranged JW, produced by Jimmy Bowen. (Released on CD by Rainbow Records in Australia.)
-----[Roll me Easy (George)]
Just This One Time
172. You Might as Well Smile ** (=Shine It On Me, on Garfunkel, Watermark)
173. Wishing Now
-----[About the Ocean (Susan Webb)]
SIDE 2
Ocean in His Eyes
Moon's a Harsh Mistress
I Keep it Hid
174. Adoration
It's a Sin (cf. Cocker version, same year)

1975
Earthbound, Fifth Dimension (ABC). Produced and arranged by JW. All Webb songs White Oak Songs.
175. Earthbound/Prologue (Webb) — Be Here Now (G. Harrison)
---[Don't Stop For Nothing (J. Johnson)]
---[I've Got a Feeling (Lennon-McCartney)]
---[Magic in My Life (J. Johnson)]
Walk Your Feet in the Sunshine
SIDE TWO
176. When Did I Lose Your Love
177. Lean On Me Always
178. Speaking With My Heart
---[Moonlight Mile, Jagger/Richards]
179. Earthbound - Epilogue

Come Get to This, Nancy Wilson
This Time Last Summer (cf. version in 1967 by Brenda Holloway?)
Cher, Stars
Arrangements by JW.
1976
Glen Campbell, Bloodline,
180. Christiaan No **

1977
JW: El Mirage, prod., arranged and conducted by George Martin (Atlantic 77). All White Oak Songs unless noted otherwise.
181. Highwayman ** (1977) (famous version by Jennings etc. in 1985; another by Glen Campbell, 1979, on The Highwayman; Hogan's Heroes, Live at Montreux; Archive)
182. If You See Me Getting Smaller ** (1976) (cf. Jennings version, 1977)
183. Mixed Up Guy (Canopy 1970)
Christiaan No ** (1975; Archive)
184. Moment in a Shadow (1976)
185. Sugarbird (1975)
SIDE TWO
186. Where the Universes Are ** (1976; Archive)
PF Sloan ** (Canopy) (1970)
[Dance to the Radio (Tackett)]
Moon is a Harsh Mistress *** (74; Archive)
187. Skylark (A Meditation) * (Webb/Skylar) (Sonsie music)

Southern Nights, Glen Campbell (Capitol)
188. This is Sarah's Song * (White Oak Songs) (Arranged and conducted, JW)
189. Early Morning Song * (White Oak Songs)

Waylon Jennings, Ol' Waylon (1977)
If You See Me Getting Smaller (cf. Webb version, 1977)


1978
Garfunkel, Watermark, (Columbia). JW, keyboards.
Crying in My Sleep ** (Canopy, 74)
Marionette * (EMP, 67)
190. Shine It On Me ** (White Oak Songs 74) (also GC version, Reunion
Watermark ** (Canopy 68)
Saturday Suit ** (Leeds Music, 72)
All My Love's Laughter ** With The Chieftans (Canopy 68)
SIDE TWO
-----[What a Wonderful World ** (Cooke, Alpert, Adler)]
Mr. Shuck n Jive * (Canopy, 72)
Paper Chase ** (Canopy 68)
----[She Moved Through the Fair ** with The Chieftans, Trad., Arr. JW and Paddy Moloney. (White Oak Songs)]
191. Someone Else (1958) * (White Oak Songs 77)
Wooden Planes ** (Canopy 71) (also B.J. Thomas 1972)

Donna Summers.
MacArthur Park. Goes to number one.

Glen Campbell, Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Capitol) (5 Webb songs, including a 7 minute MacArthur Park, and Phoenix, Galveston, Wichita, and This is Sarah's Song)



1979
JW, Voices (Planet/MGM, soundtrack). Published MGM
192. I Will Always Wait for You (vocal Burton Cummings)
Rosemarie's Theme
Disco If You Want To
193. Children's song (vocal, Andrew and David Williams)
Family Theme
(Anything That's Rock n Roll, Petty)
I Will Always Wait for You, (instrumental)

194. On a Stage (vocal Burton Cummings)
Across the River
(Bubbles in My Beer, Duncan, Walker, Wills)
Rosemarie and Drew
Children's Song (Instru.)
195. Drunk as a Punk (vocal Burton Cummings)
Children's Song (Instru.)
Rosemarie's Dance / I Will Always Wait for You (reprise)

Thanks, I'll Eat It Here, Lowell George
196. Himmler's Ring (cf. live versions in 1992 Cinegrill shows)


1980

Thelma Houston, Breakwater Cat, (RCA 1980)
197. Before There Could Be Me.
198. Breakwater Cat.
199. Gone
200. Long Lasting Love
201. What Was that Song

Leah Kunkel, I Run with Trouble,
202. Let's Begin (covered by Bob Dylan at some time, apparently)
203. Never Gonna Lose My Dream of Love Again

Tanya Tucker, Dream Lovers,
204. Tennessee Woman

Johny Logan, Johny Logan
205. Slippin Away


1981
Garfunkel, Scissors Cut,
206. Scissors Cut **
207. In Cars ** (also Glen Campbell 1981, in It's the World Gone Crazy; JW 1982)
208. That's All I've Got to Say ** (from Last Unicorn).

JW: The Last Unicorn (Virgin, import; soundtrack)
Bull-Unicorn-Woman.
Forest Awakens: Unicorn Forest - Hunters
Haggards Unicorns
In the Sea
Man's Road
209. Now That I'm a Woman * (sung by Mia Farrow)
The Red Bull Attacks
Red Soup
210. That's All I've Got to Say ** (sung by Jeff Bridges)
the Cat
211. The Last Unicorn 1, 2 * (sung by America) (also Kenny Loggins)
the Tree
Unicorn and Lear
Unicorns in the Sea

Arlo Guthrie, Power of Love 1981
212. Oklahoma Nights

1982

JW: Angel Heart (Columbia/Lorimar) All songs White Oak Songs 82, except:
213. Angel Heart **
214. God's Gift *
215. One of the Few **
Scissors Cut ** (80-81)
216. Work for a Dollar *
SIDE TWO
217. His World *
218. Our Movie ** (version on Glen Campell, Light Years)
219. Nasty Love *
In Cars ** (1981)
220. Old Wing Mouth ** (1980) (version by Fire Fall in 1980?)

Glen Campbell, Old Home Town, (Atlantic 1982 (1983?))
221. I Was Too Busy Loving You ** (White Oak Songs)

Linda Ronstadt, Get Closer, (Asylum 1982)
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (White Oak Songs 74)
222. Easy for You to Say * (White Oak Songs 82) A-

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1982)
Angelina's Chili.
Deep Inside.
223. For Sure For Certain, For Always (also Glen Campbell, 1987)
Hannah
Hold On
If I Ever
I'm a Ramblin' Ranchin' Man
Let's Get the Show on the Road
Long Gone Highway
Old Scar Back
224. Saturday Night
225. Seven Brides for 7 brothers: main theme
Stomp and Holler
Election Song
You Gotta treat a woman Like a Horse

226. It's Not a Bad Dream, in TV Serial: "Score"

Joe Cocker, Sheffield Steel (1982)
227. Just Like Always **

Everly Brothers, Living Legends (1982)
228. She Never Smiles Anymore

1983

1984

229. Stereo, performed by America

1985
Glen Campbell, It's Just a Matter of Time, (Atlantic). Strings arranged by JW on these songs.
230. Cowboy Hall of Fame (White Oak Songs) *
Do What You Gotta Do (EMP Music) (also Rivers, 1968)
231. Shattered (White Oak Songs) ** (also Ronstadt 1989)

Cash, Jennings, Nelson, Kristofferson, Highwayman,
Highwayman (also Webb in 1977)

Glen Campbell, No More Night,
232. Before There Could be Me (see 1980)

1986
Garfunkel, Amy Grant, JW: Animal's Christmas (Columbia). Prod. Garfunkel, JW, Geoff Emerick. JW, piano. London Symphony Orch, conducted by Carl Davis.
233. Annunciation **
234. Creatures of the Field
235. Just a Simple Little Tune
236. The Decree
237. Incredible Phat
238. The Friendly Beasts
Side Two
239. The Song of the Camels
240. Words from an Old Spanish Carol
241. Carol of the Birds
242. The Frog
243. Herod
244. Wild Cheese

1987

245. Hanoi Hilton, soundtrack.

Glen Campbell, Still Within the Sound of My Voice (MCA 1987 (1988?))
246. Still Within the Sound of My Voice ** (also Ronstadt, 1989)
For Sure For Certain For always (cf. 7 Brides, 1982)

1988
Glen Campbell, Light Years (MCA 1988)(now on CD)
247. Lightning in a Bottle (also Jennifer Warnes, in movie Winter People
248. If These Walls Could Speak *** (1987) (also Amy Grant, Lead Me On (1988); Sean Colvin, Cover Girl; Nanci Griffith and JW, 1994; JW on Ten Easy Pieces)
249. More Than Enough (also Steve Wariner, 1988, I Should Be With You)
250. Brand New Eyes
[Show Me the Way (Tweel)]
251. Light Years **
[Heart of the Matter (Smotherman)]
252. Almost Alright Again
Saturday Night (cf. 7 Brides soundtrack version, 1982)
Our Movie ** (Webb, Angel Heart)

Webb performs live in L.A. (Cinegrill) and N.Y. New songs: Kangaroo Tennis Shoes ** (from Dandelion Wine), Just Like Marilyn **, Only One Life (from Bennett musical). Only the latter is yet recorded.

Toto, The Seventh One (1988)
253. Home of the Brave

Kenny Rankin, Hiding in Myself (1988)
254. She Moves, Eyes Follow


1989
Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind, Linda Ronstadt (Elektra 1989). All White Oak Songs except I Keep.
Still Within the Sound of My Voice ** (1986) JW on piano.
255. Adios ** (1981 or 83) Orchestra arranged by JW.
I Keep It Hid * (Hanbo 1967). Piano JW.
Shattered ** (81) (also Glen Campbell, 1985)

Barry Manilow
256. Once and For All

1990
John Denver, The Flower that Shattered the Stone
257. Postcard from Paris

Oliva Newton-John and BJ Thomas
258. Grow Young (also Elaine Paige)

Memorabilia, music book

1991
JW, live at the Cinegrill, 7/30 to 8/10, new songs: Elvis and Me, Too Young to Die, It Won't Bring Her Back (all three would appear on Suspending Disbelief), and When This Moment is Through **

Glen Campbell, Show Me Your Way,
259. Where I am Going
260. The Four Horsemen

Kenny Rogers, Back Home Again
261. They Just Don't Make Em Like You Anymore


1992
INSTANT INTIMACY, musical, first reading. Being developed with the Tennessee Repertory Theatre. A 1998 reading of this musical included the following songs:
262. Other People's Lives
263. Wasn't There A Moment (see Michael Feinstein, 1995)
264. Instant Intimacy
265. It Only Takes One Guy To Tap
266. Two Women
267. That's How A Lady Learns To Flirt
268. What Does A Woman See In A Man (recorded by JW, Suspending Disbelief 1993)
269. Defiance
270. Boat People Are Beautiful
271. Yours For The Taking
272. I Don't Know How To Love You Anymore (recorded by JW, Suspending Disbelief 1993)
273. Close By
274. Is There Love After You

JW, live at the Cinegrill. New songs: What Does A Woman See in a Man, Sandy Cove, and the old folk hymn, I Will Arise (all of which will appear on his Suspending Disbelief); Time Enough for Love (later on Feinstein Forever); and Winners Tell Jokes *, Yours for the Taking

Glen Campbell, Wings of Victory (New Haven 1992)
275. Only One Life *

Ferngully . . . The Last Rainforest
276. A Dream Worth Keeping (Sheena Easton)


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