The "Let's Groove" single and the album Raise!
both sport cover art with Egyptian themes. The goddess-like figure here isn't anybody in particular, but may have been based on the goddess Isis). If you notice a lot of Egyptian themes in and around the disco era in the US, that's because the whole country was going through an Egyptian fad. (A milestone was Steve Martin's 1978 novelty hit "King Tut
." By the time of the Bangles' 1986 hit "Walk Like An Egyptian
" it was more retro.)
This craze was sparked in part by the ancient Egyptian treasures of King Tut being re-discovered, and then reintroduced to the world in 1977 via a world museum tour. Earth Wind & Fire festooned their act with a lot of Egyptian symbolism right down to their logo. Modern New Age believers right around this time adopted "Pyramid Power," even down to two books with that identical title appearing in the 1970s written by two different authors.