Another one where both sides are justified for inclusion, another one in which very little is known about the band!
"Trypt On Love" (actually the b-side) has been a HUGE favorite on the northern soul scene since the 70's, but a search for info about the band yielded nothing. What a great song it is, although it was probably written as a psychedelic exploitation track.
The actual "a" side is a very excellent cover of the Sly & The Family Stone hit.
As usual, if you have any more info, PLEASE let me know!