This American rock track was originally a UK and U.S. No.1 for The Steve Miller Band in 1973 and featured on the album of the same name. After featuring in a Levi's jeans advert during 1990, the song was re-issued and topped the British charts again for two weeks during September 1990, and also in Ireland, New Zealand and Holland.

The 1973 B-side featured a track entitled Something To Believe In, but the re-issue included a different track, Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around. The vinyl 12" version also included the intriguingly-titled Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma, and the CD Maxi single featured a fourth track; Living In The USA.

The Joker album was released a month later than the title track in October 1973, and sounded very different to previous albums, being less psychedelic and featuring more chart-friendly rock songs. The album peaked at #2 in America achieving Platinum.


Robert Palmer  Addicted To Love

Phil Collins and Philip Bailey  Easy Lover 

Men Without Hats  The Safety Dance 

Marillion  Kayleigh

Level 42  Lessons in Love

Katrina & The Waves  Walking On Sunshine

Judas Priest  Breaking The Law