Ray Stevens put aside the satires that had made him a country icon and released "Turn Your Radio On" in the winter of 1972. The title track had been written by Al Brumley in the late 30's, and is one of two Brumley compositions Stevens covered, the other being "I'll Fly Away". Stevens wrote two other tracks for the album, which was later reissued on Columbia.
Mind the fact that the screen does appear to have been cut on the left side. That's, I think, to avoid the copyright police.
You might not realize this, but most of the backing vocals were also done by Stevens in the studio.