Ram Jam - Keep Your Hand On The Wheel Album
|1||Right On The Money|
Written-By – B. Bartlett
|2||Keep Your Hands On The Wheel|
Written-By – M. Millius, T. Graves
|EPC 5806, EPC S 5806||Ram Jam||Keep Your Hand On The Wheel (7", Single)||Epic, Epic||EPC 5806, EPC S 5806||Germany||1977|
|S EPC 5806||The American Ram Jam Band||Keep Your Hands On The Wheel (7", Single)||Epic||S EPC 5806||UK||1977|
|8-50451||Ram Jam||Keep Your Hands On The Wheel (7")||Epic||8-50451||Canada||1977|
|S EPC 5806||Ram Jam||Keep Your Hands On The Wheel (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||S EPC 5806||UK||1977|
|S EPC 5806||The American Ram Jam Band||Keep Your Hands On The Wheel (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||S EPC 5806||UK||1977|
- Producer – J. Kasenetz And J. Katz
A: Adbredar Music
B: Kaskat Music, Inc.
℗ 1977 CBS Inc.
From the LP EPC 82 215 "Ram Jam"
Made in Germany
Title A appears as 'Keep Your Hand On The Wheel' on the sleeve, as 'Keep Your Hands On The Wheel' on the center label and in the tracklisting of the sleeve rear.
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 0199
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): 5806-A-Ⅱ
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): 5806-B-Ⅱ
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Distributed By – CBS
- Copyright (c) – CBS Grammofoonplaten B.V.
- Published By – Adbredar Music
- Published By – Kaskat Music Inc.
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