Mislabeled album

I have a mis-labeled Steely Dan Pretzel LogicAlbum. Side two is ABC Records, Pretzel Logic. Side one is Rita Coolidge A&M Love has No Pride.  The recording is full Pretzel Logic. Any thoughts on this are welcome. Historically, did ABC and A&M use the same manufacturing facilities? Were they related companies in the way back? What does Goldmine's book say about it? Any extra value? or value at all? in the clear inner ring plastic- same on both sides- ABCD 808-B RE2-2 A2    except 808-A and 808-B. Just pulled out of storage, and noticed. 
Like anything else, it's worth whatever someone else will pay for it. I can't imagine that it's worth much but some collector might want it as a novelty. Personally, I'd rather hear the other side of "Pretzel Logic" than something by Rita Coolidge (sorry, Rita).
The Rita Coolidge LP with the Steely Dan label is worth BIG Bucks...

The Steely Dan LP (-w- Rita Coolidge label) not so much.

I have a copy of Stevie Wonder's Innervisions that is labeled correctly, but side two is not Stevie. It's side two of an album by Yvonne Fair called The Bitch Is Black.