There are, altogether, four different issues of this. They are:
1 - (3-100). Red and white swirl label with torch logo. Credited to 'The Show Stoppers'. Bruce Charles production credit. Issued 1968.
2 - (3-100). Yellow label. Small torch logo in circle. Credited to 'The Show Stoppers'. Bruce Charles production credit. Issued 1968
3 - (BEA 100). Green label - completely different design. Credited to 'The Show Stoppers'. Bruce Charles & Milton Samuel production credit. Issued 1971.
4 - (BEA 100). Orange label - again, a different design to any of the above. Credited to 'Showstoppers'. Bruce Charles production credit and Irving Weinroth executive producer credit. Issued 1972.
Side A - STR - 101 A scratched in; "MASTERED BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE" stamped in.
Side B - STR - 101 B scratched in; "MASTERED BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE" stamped in.
Both sides are fabulous dancers.
@Reginald Fodstain Is your copy one of the Red and White "swirly" copies? If so it probably actually has "MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE PHILA" stamped in the dead wax (mine certainly does), though the "PHILA" bit is only really prominent on the "B" side. Also my copy has STR-101A (For "Houseparty") and STR-101B (For "What Can A Man Do") stamped into the dead wax, these being the catalogue number of the U.S. release on ShowTime Records 101. This suggests to me that the U.K. pressings used the same original master as the U.S. one.