In his autobiography - which he co-wrote with Mick Wall - music supremo Don Arden said that after Britt Ekland appeared on Rod Stewart's "Tonight's The Night
" video, there was some interest in her, and Arden arranged for her to record this track in her own right.
"She told me she had always wanted to be a singer first and an actress second. It wasn't a bad record, either - there have been a lot worse - but there was no hope really. During the first couple of weeks we worked it fairly hard, but there was no reaction whatsoever. It was a dud."
Arden is right, the song is certainly a good dance track, but ultimately it is the record buying public who decide if a song should succeed commercially.
Recorded on the Jet label, it is credited to Nissenson, Grody and Delia, produced by Joel Diamond and arranged by Kenny Lehman. The B Side was "Private Party
Alexander Baron - London, England