Chart Peak: 9
Gaah! Again with the fake-recording-session videos. And how come she's got a microphone but the backing singers haven't?
We're staying in the clubs with this one, although it was an obvious crossover pop hit as well. Jaki Graham notched up a decent number of hits at the time, but despite her heroically massive hair seems a slightly forgotten act now, perhaps because she falls between the stools of one-hit-wonder and big star, so there's no one song that everybody remembers her for. This first hit is maybe the closest she comes to a signature hit on her own, one that broke no new ground even 25 years ago but is eminently pleasant to hear. My favourite part is the subtle downward shift of the meldy leading into the chorus, which seems to give a slight flavour of trepidation about the possibly unrequited love she's confessing here.
Also appearing on: Now 6 [with David Grant], 7, 8
Available on: Original Hits - The Girls
Charting 1997: 27th December
2 years ago