In 1984, Joe Jackson released Body and Soul, an album that was recorded with older studio equipment and aimed to sound like the great platters of vinyl that Jackson loved. (The cover itself was a detail-perfect homage to a Sonny Rollins album.) There was lots of brass all over the record, including on this song, one of Jackson's most upbeat. This is a live performance, with Jackson playing sax. Two of his mainstays, Graham Maby and Vinnie Zummo, are on bass and guitar, respectively.