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Stan Capps And His Piano Featuring Glen Campbell - Guitar Gold Album

Stan Capps And His Piano Featuring Glen Campbell - Guitar Gold Album
Performer:
Stan Capps And His Piano Featuring Glen Campbell
Album:
Guitar Gold
Released:
1968
Country:
US
Label:
Customtone Records
Catalog:
BE-49
FLAC size:
2908 mb
MP3 size:
2795 mb
WMA size:
2526 mb


Tracklist


1Honky Tonk
Written-By – Bill Doggett, Billy Butler
6:24
2Feelin' Free6:50
3Pickaxe, Part 22:45
4Gittit And Run5:40
5St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
6:25
6Pickaxe, Part 11:50


Credits


  • Featuring, GuitarGlen Campbell
  • Liner NotesDick Bills, Stan Capps
  • PianoStan Capps


Notes


This album is result of recording session with Stan Capps and Glen Campbell in Customtone Studios at 1.8-1958.
Glen's first Stereo Recording.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): BE-49 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): BE-49 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PRP 24721 GB TVC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): PRP 24722 GB TVC


Companies


  • Pressed By – Precision Record Pressing, Inc. – 2472


Album


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Most GC collectors think this album sounds too "professional" for GC picking jazz on guitar, circa 1958. Album dates after September 25, 1968, based on the newspaper photo with Dick Bills (GC's uncle by marriage to his mother's sister) on the back cover. Album was sold out of a PO Box in Dallas, Texas, for $10 a copy. Period albums sold for $4-5 per copy at the time. Only references to "Stan Capps" point to him being a piano teacher somewhere in Kansas.
I know this was a recovered studio tape at the time. My father, Stan Capps was a jazz musician most of his life and lived in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was a piano teacher as was his father. He had a lot of fond memories of this session with GC.