I was referring to a DVD: Live Glen Campbell (1999, reissued 2005), the Dome Concert. My bad.
But I also have CDs with Live Glen Campbell as the title, but not from 1999.
I thought I had scanned the Dome CD I had purchased from an Australian seller. I know I had posted about it on the old forum and have been digging around in the archives to find that post.
Basically, the Dome CD was listed for sale as having 28 tracks (the jewel case front or back cover may also have stated this same #). When I received the CD, it only had 14 tracks. I thought I was either missing a second CD or had a bootleg in my hands. So, I returned it to the seller for a refund. I later learned the following information from someone on the forum (maybe Arlw?) and wrote the seller the following message:
I heard back again from 1 of Glen Campbell’s discographers. This is what he had to say: “Glen Campbell’s Live At The Dome” from 1991 is an Australian release by CEL label. C-901282. Under license from Henry Hadaway Organization and Castle Communications Limited. This CD is supposed to have 28 tracks and on the CD itself, there are only 14 listed. This is a misprinted CD, as there are only 14 tracks on it and the tracks do not match the back of the CD case. This might make the CD quite rare to own because of the company’s mistake; some collectors look for misprinted CDs. This is the only copy of Live At The Dome on a CD that was released. It should have been released as a double set but it was not. The CD itself is a misprint from Australia’s CEL label. (Again, I apologize and hope you can sell the CD to a collector.)
Oh, okay, now I have found the scanned copy I had made three years ago. I had scanned the back cover and the CD to send to the seller to explain why I had an issue with this CD! Scanned as a PDF (which I can't post here)! Let's see if this image capture works!
Could this be the first CD of "Glen Campbell Live at the Dome"?