A charity shop find that I initially thought was Harquil but turns out to be Artistik. I admit that I was momentarily misled by the fact that the sample for Artistik here on Fonts In Use uses the bell-top A that no one appears to use in practice. For good reason. The asymmetric A with overshoot, as used here on the album cover, is a better match for the rest of the letters.
Artistik was popular in the 1970s, at least judging by the Fonts In Use showings, and was a Letraset favourite. This recording is marked “℗ 1977”, and the copyright on the bottom of the Letragraphica sheet is 1977, so this might be an early use of the Letraset adaptation.
The “Quine” of the title is probably the Scots word meaning, among other things, “girl”.
The bus livery is consistent with Aberdeen Corporation busses in the 1970s, and they presumably ran the route to Torry.