Im pretty sure the version that was featured in Shanghai Knights wasnt performed by TMBG. From its quite different sound I assumed it was the Lambert, Hendricks & Ross version. Anyone else know? ~ Anklepants
Does anyone know why the lyrics to this song aren't in the booklet? (I have the US Version, not the UK version). At first I thought it was an instrumental only, but then I heard lyrics. Then I thought it was for the same reason as AKA Driver, but I couldn't find any product names in it. Maybe because it's a cover? But that didn't stop Istanbul... hmmm...
- Well, according to the legal-ish credits part of Mink Car, it says that all songs are administered by Warner Tamerlane, except for Yeh Yeh, which was administered by Bug and Second Floor Music. On Flood on the other hand, it says that all songs written by TMBG, except Istanbul, but still all songs were administered by WB Music Corp. So I'm guessing that if TMBG's housed under the same main label as the artist/song they're covering, then they can reprint the lyrics. ~ magbatz 19:45, 26 November 2006 (UTC)
Oh. Thanks =D
Does Linnell play sax on this? --Lemita 00:46, 12 February 2008 (UTC)
- I'm sure I saw a video of Linnell playing sax to this during a concert. Not so sure about the track itself though, but I like to think it is him. --Henry 01:15, 12 February 2008 (UTC)
The 1965 version by Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames is currently in the music rotation at Walgreens, of all places. Just about stopped me in my tracks when I heard it while standing amongst the toothpaste. --MisterMe (talk) 19:50, February 13, 2013