Well, as arlw suggested, "go with your gut feeling".
For the reasons I had posted previously, I did not believe Glen played guitar on "Guitar Gold".
The tracks do not sound like they came from a session (but what do I know?).
These tracks are more than just musicians jamming together at the spur of a moment on one afternoon.
Isn't it odd that the other musicians were not credited? The album notes that GC sat in with Stan "and his group".
Who is Stan Capps? Who were the musicians in his band?
The musicians on this record sound very accomplished to me; why not credit them?
Instead of identifying the band members and giving the record buyer more info about Capps and the history of his group, the LP pushes "Glen Campbell".
Based on arlw's information obtained from Glen, it could be possible that he was sitting in on these recordings, but not playing lead guitar,
Still my gut feeling is that someone was trying to make money using GC's name--after he rose to fame and won all of those first 5 Grammy Awards.
Also, I feel the single was not released. Just a hunch. If arlw doesn't have it, no one else has it! (Please prove me wrong!)
Just my two cents!
If anyone has time to do the research, it would be interesting to find out if there had been a Customtone Studio located at 2700 ___?___ Street in Houston, TX in 1958.
Also, who rented the post office box provided on the back of the album cover?
Great discussion! Thank you, The_Beach!