Four Beatles with sunglasses, with words set in an ultrageometric sans from New Zealand (Churchward Design, here probably Mecanorma’s version named Galaxy), and a display typeface of unclear provenance, both in all lowercase letters.
This face with the unusual weight distribution is shown as Santana in a Typeshop catalog from around 1977. It isn’t included in their 1973 catalog, though – nor in the 1974 catalog by Hollenstein, which would be an obvious source for wacky faces from that time and place. If you happen to know more about the origins of Santana, please let us know in a comment. [Mystery solved, see comments.]