I've added photos of the picture cover. The picture cover included mock-ups of the "A" and "B" side record labels, though curiously they differed significantly from the labels used on the record itself.
Added full front cover (with thanks to Santa Claus for sending me one, lol) - the stitching (via ICE) hasn't worked all that well so we still don't have the best image, but better at least.
This is a remake of a 1985 release on the Prelude label, "Love Itch" by ROCHELLE FLEMING (formerly of FIRST CHOICE). The songwriters on Rochelle's original are given as L. Lee and L. Carmichael.
The "B" side label might indicate that "Open Sesame" was a 1979 release but it first came out in 1976.
Interesting that the Picture Sleeve spells Miss Patterson's first name with just one 'L' whereas on the record label it has two.
Better quality covers added.
Seasons Greetings :-))
"Jam Song" was also recorded as "Jam Tonight" by its co-writer FREDDIE JACKSON.
Aso released in Atlantic's "long version" series as LV 8. However the LV version seems to have the full length version of the vocal whereas the 12" of K 11180 has the 7" edit as the "A" side.
Also released, apparently, in Atlantic's "long version" series as LV 9.
The record was issued on transparent (Kleeer) vinyl in a transparent (Kleeer) sleeve. The label describes both sides as "Keeep Your Body Workin'" without saying which is the vocal and which is the semi-instrumental version. The sleeve (or should that be "sleeeve") inlay...