Ram appears to have been a DIY label. It was responsible for just one record: a double-'A'-sided single by Emile & The Rams with 'Lose Again' on one side and 'Rock 'N Roll & Boogey' on the other.  The catalogue number of the single was LAM-7, with the '7' presumably referring to the record's size rather than indicating that there were six previous Rams.  There's no date on the labels but the typeface has a '70s look to it and the songs have a 'dance-orientated Glam Pop' air to them that suggests somewhere around 1974-75. I would guess that it was pressed to sell at gigs, as he did with several records in the '70s and '80s on labels such as Alpha, Transdisc. Met-El-Ford and Interclub (album only). Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

74 Emile And The Rams Lose Again RAM LAM 7

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