Flip the disc and you have a quality stepper with plenty of 80s action in the DNA of the groove. The hi-hat beat and quirky keyboards hark back to the late 70s, but the synth and the optimistic vocals treat us to an early 80s boogie groove. The tinkling piano adds an enigmatic aloofness that hints at a jazzy flavour. The Rhodes keys, the slap bass and beautifully paced rhythm are yet another example of a rekindling interest in 80s soul / dance. Vocally, Mirjam reminds me of Jody Watley - and that's no bad thing in my book! This is more than healthy as far as I am concerned and on that note I can no nothing but heartily recommend this excellent value-for-money single.