At Christmas that year, a single was released with "Dave" on the B-side and with "Santa Claus and His Old Lady" (a sketch not available on any LPs) on the A-side. The single peaked at #38.
A possible bootleg of this LP has appeared on the Melody label (Melody SS-6020) with the same selections. The cover is totally different from the copies on Ode and later reissued on Warner Brothers. The Melody label was based in West Caldwell, New Jersey.
^("...four-month old first album..." from an issue published December 14, 1971) Fong-Torres, Ben (January 6, 1972). "Cruisin' at Holy Cross with Cheech and Chong". Rolling Stone (Straight Arrow Publishers, Inc.) (99): 8.