This isn't a Your Guilty Pleasure*. It's a great song.
This interview/focus on the song from BBC radio (which starts around 1:04), is a lovely remembrance of an unforgettable song and an empathetic, agile artist who, sadly, leave much of a legacy.
Man, this song has it all: screaming guitar solo, hip-shaky bongo noises, soaring,otherworldly riffs, and that take-it-to-the-bank saxophone solo, which, as explained in the BBC piece, was created by Gerry Rafferty, not saxophonist Raphael Ravenscroft.
It is so legendary that I submit that the Sexy Sax Man pick up his shiniest axe and purvey this smooth riff across some Kohlses and hell, why not a Thanksgiving Day parade, this fall.
And guess what? I can dig into this song myself as the nights begin to chill and shadows lengthen earlier and earlier.
*a song that you didn't know you liked, liked but didn't want anyone
else to know, or that you find is making your mind or butt involuntarily