Secondly, this album was a K-Tel album, but also a "Top Star Festival" album, which was the record label of the United Nations. Yeah, that United Nations. They had released several albums in the 60s and early 70s with all proceeds going to refugee aid. As far as I know, this is the only one released by K-Tel.
The album came out in 1972 and was advertised like any other K-Tel album on television. It contains hits from James Taylor, Elton John, the Osmonds, Rod Stewart and many, many more--another great sampling of music from the time.
And, as a special treat, it also has a very rare recording of Aretha Franklin covering Frank Sinatra's "My Way." This was never released until 2008. How K-Tel got a hold of that recording, I do not know.