Jimmy Webb Quotes


Best Quotations by Jimmy Webb


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Honors and awards

1967 Grammy Award for Song of the Year ("Up Up and Away")
1969 Oklahoma Baptist University Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia honorary membership Pi Tau Chapter
1986 Grammy Award for Best Country Song ("Highwayman")
1986 National Academy of Popular Music Songwriter's Hall of Fame inductee
1990 Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee
1993 National Academy of Songwriters Lifetime Achievement Award
1999 Oklahoma Hall of Fame inductee
1999 ASCAP Board of Directors member (As of June 2009[update])
2000 Songwriters Hall of Fame Board of Directors member
2003 Songwriters Hall of Fame Johnny Mercer Award
2006 ASCAP "Voice of Music" Award
2012 Ivor Novello Special International Award


Discography


Original albums
Jim Webb Sings Jim Webb (1968)
Words and Music (1970)
And So: On (1971)
Letters (1972)
Land's End (1974)
El Mirage (1977)
Angel Heart (1982)
Suspending Disbelief (1993)
Ten Easy Pieces (1996)
Twilight of the Renegades (2005)
Live and at Large (2007)
Just Across the River (2010)


Collaborative albums
Up Up and Away (1966) by The 5th Dimension
The Magic Garden (1967) by The 5th Dimension
Rewind (1967) by Johnny Rivers
A Tramp Shining (1968) by Richard Harris
The Yard Went On Forever (1968) by Richard Harris
Sunshower (1969) by Thelma Houston
The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb (1972) by The Supremes
Reunion: The Songs of Jimmy Webb (1974) by Glen Campbell
Earthbound (1975) by The 5th Dimension
Live at the Royal Festival Hall (1977) by Glen Campbell
Watermark (1977) by Art Garfunkel
Breakwater Cat (1980) by Thelma Houston
The Last Unicorn (1982) by America
The Animals' Christmas (1986) by Art Garfunkel and Amy Grant
Light Years (1988) by Glen Campbell
Cry Like a Rainstorm Howl Like the Wind (1989) by Linda Ronstadt
Only One Life: The Songs of Jimmy Webb (2003) by Michael Feinstein
This Kind of Love (2008) by Carly Simon
Cottonwood Farm (2009) by Jimmy Webb and The Webb Brothers
Glen Campbell and Jimmy Webb: In Session (2012) by Glen Campbell and Jimmy Webb


Compilation albums
Tribute to Burt Bacharach and Jim Webb (1972)
Archive (1994)
And Someone Left the Cake Out in the Rain. The musical contained new songs that he and others would later record including "What Does a Woman See in a Man" "I Don't Know How to Love You Anymore" and "Is There Love After You". Webb formed his own production and publishing company that year Canopy and scored a hit with its first project an unlikely album with Irish actor Richard Harris singing an album of all Jimmy Webb songs.

E. Webb is the only artist ever to have received Grammy Awards for music lyrics and orchestration. According to BMI his song "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" was the third most performed song in the fifty years between 1940 and 1990.