The Spanish guitar on this track came courtesy of Peter White, who was brought in to play piano on the session. "First thing he ever recorded on a guitar," Stewart said in the same BBC interview. "First time he was ever in a studio. I hired him as a piano player and Alan Parsons
, of course, produced the record and we were sitting around in the studio and he said, 'I can hear some Spanish guitar on this.'
None of us could play Spanish guitar. And then Peter said, 'Well, I can play Spanish guitar.' And like, 'Wait, you're a piano player.' He said, 'Well, I can play it.'
I had this really cheap Spanish guitar, it cost I think £30 or something and I gave it to Peter. What you hear is I think either the first or the second take. He just sat down and just played it and we're looking at him going, 'Wow, I didn't know you could do that.'"