This 45 was released by RCA in 1972. The Nite-Liters recording of (We've Got To) Pull Together as the plug side. The flip side is Afro-Strut. Afro Strut reached 42 on Billboards Hot 100.
Harvey Fuqua and Tony Churchill assembled the Nite-Liters in 1963 in Louisville, Kentucky. The band did expand to 17 members, with a pair of vocal groups and an instrumental ensemble, so they renamed the group New Birth. Different sets of these entertainers recorded under both names until 1973 when the name "The Nite Liters" was retired. This group was known for R&B, Funk, Fusion and Instrumental Music.
This rare record is in very good condition, actually looks new. It was a copy that was sent out to radio stations with Not For Sale obvious on the label, the A side has plug side on it. Both sides are produced in mono.