This is a 1973 release by The Osmonds on MGM Records. Both sides of this 45 were produced by Alan Osmond. Let Me In was written by A. Osmond, W. Osmond and M. Osmond. The flip side was written by the same three Osmonds.
This 45 was used in radio although it is not a promo record. That would explain the radio station timing information on the label.
This record sounds excellent and is in good condition.
The Osmonds are an American family music group who established themselves with their highest profile in the 1970's.The group consists of siblings who are all members of the actual Osmond family. The Osmonds is a family of musicians from Utah. The group has been nationally recognized since the 1960's.
When Donny joined the group they became known as The Osmonds; performing both as teen idols and as a soft rock band. They actually peaked between 1970 and 1975.
A revival of the original Osmond Brothers lineup came in the 1980's where they achieved moderate success in country music. The Osmond Brothers have sold more than 77 million records.
As of 2018, The Osmond Brothers as a group is composed of original members Merrill and Jay along with Jimmy, who perform as a trio.