Man, Google's awesome. To learn more about Gleason the musician, Click Here (spaceagepop.com)
Capitol Records W-455 - 1957. This was originally a 10" EP (H-455) containing eight fewer tracks. I don't think there's a stereo version (label number would begin "SW" instead of "W"), at least not after spending an entire minute on Google and that's all you get because I'm LAZY
Purchased: 1 Mar 2001 From: Probably Big Al's Record Barn in San Jose, CA Price: $1?
And finally, if you're REALLY adventurous (and/or bored), you can read the liner notes on the back cover by clicking here. (102K JPEG)
Gleason also released an album called "Jackie Gleason Presents Music to Remember Her". And believe me, it works! I listened to it last week, and I can't believe I forgot I has a twin sister. Not to mention my wives from Utah and West Va.!
For those interested, here's some more peculiar albums:
I agree with Luther College, but I would also suggest Live at Red Rocks. Listener Supported is good, too. It's just a setlist preference with Red Rocks. Listener Supported is also available on DVD, which is a nice bonus.