Thomas Paul “Tompall” Glaser — a staunchly independent singer, songwriter, studio owner, publisher and recording artist and a central figure in country music’s much-vaunted “Outlaw Movement” of the 1970s — died Tuesday at his Nashville home after a long illness. Mr. Glaser, who was featured on “Wanted! The Outlaws,” country music’s first million-selling album, was 79.   This information from Nashville Newspaper “The Tennessean” read the full article here.