Glen Campbell’s Nostalgic Rendition Of “These Days” Will Have You Pining For The 60s

Easy-listening superstar Glen Campbell hits close to home with this soaring sepia-toned montage dedicated to his illustrious career as one of America’s favorite singer-songwriters.

“These Days” was written by Jackson Browne when he was only 16 years old and first published in 1967, but it wouldn’t be until 2008 that Glen Campbell would re-master the timeless melody for his billboard-chart topping album Meet Glen Campbell.

When haunting strings are paired with Campbell’s impassioned vocals, we’re left with a goosebump-inducing sound that is seldom heard in the music industry today.

As clips of a guitar-wielding Campbell are interspersed with images from his earlier days as a touring artist, it’s enough to transport you back to history’s most ground-breaking era of music – the 60s.