The song was originally written & recorded by Jackie Edwards. However, it did not become a hit until recorded by The Spencer Davis Group. Chris Blackwell, who produced the recording, was trying to get his own ‘Island’ label established in the UK and was managing the Spencer Davis Group. He obtained funding from Scala Brown Associates for the single by offering a sizable share of his label as security. The success of the single meant that he was quickly able to repay the loan. It was a No.1 hit in the UK charts in January 1966, in the US it only reached number 76.
The Spencer Davis version was included in the soundtrack of the 1988 film “Buster” and was used during the film's opening sequence that saw "Buster Edwards" (Phil Collins) steal a suit from a shop window for a friend's funeral.
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