"Where Are You Tonight?" was first released on "The Caution Horses" in 1990, was on last year's "Sharon" release which looked at the band's first pass at recording that material, was included in the "200 More Miles" live album and is still often included in the live set to this day.
So what makes a song such a hardy perennial in the Junkies' huge catalogue, why has it endured and where did it spring from in the first place?
Michael Timmins and Alan Anton have the answers on this episode of "Music Is The Drug"...
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