One Man Jam is the sixth and final track on 94 East's first collection of studio recordings Minneapolis Genius, featuring Prince on guitar, synthesizer and keyboards. It has been featured on every collection of 94 East's early recordings. In 1992, it was included as the sixth track on the first disc of Minneapolis Genius - Featuring Prince (as One Man Jam (Instr.)). In 1995 it was included as the sixth and final track on the first disc of Symbolic Beginning (re-released in 1999 as The Legends Collection). In 2000, it was included as the sixth track on 94 East Featuring Prince. Also in 2000, it was included as the second track on the first disc of One Man Jam. In 2002, it was included as the sixth and final track on the first disc of If You Feel Like Dancin'.
A preliminary version of the song titled Fast Freddie the Roller Disco King was recorded on 17 February 1979 at Music Farm Studios in New York, during a day of sessions led by Pepé Willie intended for Tony Silvester, leader of the group The Main Ingredient to use as demos for Little Anthony and the Imperials, who he wanted to produce (the one-day session also produced If You Feel Like Dancin', I Feel For You, Thrill You Or Kill You, With You and André Cymone's original version of Do Me, Baby).
Attributed to the Imperials the song was released as Fast Freddie The Roller Disco King in 1979.