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For the album, see Wichita Lineman (album). For the horse, see Wichita Lineman (horse). Wichita Lineman" is a song written by the American songwriter Jimmy Webb in 1968. It was first recorded by the American country music artist Glen Campbell with backing from members of The Wrecking Crew and was widely covered by other artists. Wichita Lineman" single cover. Single by Glen Campbell. from the album Wichita Lineman. Other covers of the song include that of Wade Hayes, who released a version in August 1997 that peaked at number 55 on the US country music charts. It was to have been included on an album entitled Tore Up from the Floor Up, but due to its poor chart performance, the album was delayed.
Highways & Heartaches is the fourth studio album by American country music artist Wade Hayes. His final studio album and his only album for Monument Records, it produced the minor singles "Up North (Down South, Back East, Out West)" and "Goodbye Is the Wrong Way to Go", which peaked at and respectively, on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts.
Tony Wade Hayes (born April 20, 1969 in Bethel Acres, Oklahoma) is an American country music artist. Signed to Columbia Records in 1994, he made his debut that year with his gold-certified album Old Enough to Know Better. Wichita Lineman Album.
Wichita Lineman (album). Studio album by Glen Campbell.
Album: Wichita Lineman (1968). Charted: 7 3. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Joel from Wheeling, WvHate to admit it but I do like this song. Wade Hayes rerecorded it. Ned from Falls Church, VaI'd like to think "Lineman" is a metaphor for G. Campbe-LL's: life, love, love-lost, lonliness & lust (need/more than want). If you've driven on the plains-or anywhere desolate-you know it can be romantic, but also errie, & definately lonely.
Wade Hayes was born and raised in Bethel Acres, Oklahoma. His father, Don Hayes, also a professional country musician, inspired him to begin playing music as well. Initially, Hayes had learned to play mandolin, but later switched to guitar after his father bought him one. When he was eleven years old, his family moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where his father signed with an independent record label. In 1997, Hayes also issued a cover of Glen Campbell's song "Wichita Lineman" as the first single for a third album which was to have been titled Tore Up from the Floor Up. This cover failed to reach Top 40, however, and the album was delayed. It was followed with "The Day That She Left Tulsa (In a Chevy)", which reached No. 5 on the country charts.
Wichita Lineman - Wade Hayes. 2. On a Good Night - Wade Hayes. Audio CD (August 26, 1997). A soulful rendition of Glenn Campbell's hit Wichita Lineman.