Here is Neil Sedaka with "In The Pocket."
Elektra 6E-259 from 1980. Produced and arranged by Robert Appere &
Neil Sedaka. Here's a guy with a really interesting musical history.
He also had a cousin named Eydie Gorme' who was a singer, too.
Side 1: Do It Like You Done It When You Meant It; Junkie For Your Love; Letting Go; You Better Leave That Girl Alone; My Friend.
Side 2: It's Good To Be Alive Again; You; Should've Never Let You Go; You're So Good For Me; What A Difference A Day Makes.
Album cover is in great shape with only a couple wrinkle lines at the side. Back cover is perfect, too. Plain white inside sleeve. Red Elektra label is perfect. Vinyl is shiny. Vinyl only has a couple of small surface scratches on both sides. Sound quality was great! No skips, pops, or crackles.
I rate the cover as Excellent (EX) and the Vinyl as Excellent (EX) also!