Released 17 November 1997, this is Louise’s biggest selling hit but surprisingly one of her lower charting positions, peaking at No.10 on the UK Singles Chart.
Originally a UK hit (No.12) for Average White Band in 1980, this version was produced by long time collaborators Johnny Douglas & Nigel Lowis, whom she has worked with since her time in million selling UK girlband Eternal. This song also charted at No.5 in Netherlands, and No.8 in Scotland.
This was the second single taken from the album Woman In Me which charted at No.5 in the UK Album Chart and was certified Platinum for sales of over 300,000 copies.
The music video was filmed at London’s Canary Warf and features an epic dance routine. This video has had over 285K views on YouTube.
The Godfather of Pop Steve Anderson recently produced a new version as a mash up with Daft Punk’s One More Time for the Heavy Love Tour.
The single release had two b-sides: Just When I Thought & How You Make Me Feel. Both songs showed growth in musical direction for Louise, and are 2 of my favourites from her collection of b-sides. I personally feel that this is something really lacking in the world of music today. B-sides were great for giving unheard tracks a chance to shine if considered unfitting for the tone of an album. Bring them back I say! Who’s with me?