Every now and then someone who I normally wouldn't have come close to buying anything by releases something so good that it just couldn't be ignored.
From it's quasi gospel opening to it's slightly synthy backing and restrained laid back vocals, this is just such a good single. I bought it at a time when the nearest I could come to a soul record was Dexy's Geno!
I must have thought it was a one off as it didn't prompt me to dig any deeper and still is the only track under "Womack" I have.
Listening to it again I don't think it has dated at all!