Glosson recorded "I Want My Mama" circa 1957 possibly at WCKY in Covington, Kentucky. Arlen Vaden somehow acquired these masters (he was also on WCKY for a time) and issued them on his Vaden label in Trumann, Arkansas, on an EP. The record was released in 1958 with only few attention by the public. WCKY was a very powerful station back then with stars like Glosson and Raney, selling all sorts of mail-order products. Nelson King was the most popular DJ there. He hosted the WCKY Jamboree and also sold many Big 4 Hits soundalike EPs that were produced by Carl Burckhardt's Rite Record Productions in Cincinnati just across the Ohio River.
A complete discography of Vaden Records can be found at Arkansas 45rpm Records.