While preparing material for Spirit's sophomore album, The Family That Plays Together, someone mentioned to guitarist Randy California that the band needed that sure-fire "radio hit." Whether California took that advice to heart or if the muse simply struck at the right time, the band ended up with their only real Top 30 hit. Driven by a fabulously funky guitar riff and some very accessible lyrics, the song is a rock classic from beginning to end. It's also one of the few Spirit recordings where California temporary abandoned his trademark multi-track guitar orchestrations, and his magnificent solo comes across with a vague Tex-Mex feel. Underlying all of this is Spirit's finely executed harmonies, a talent that the band is rarely recognized for.