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Stealers Wheel was a Scots band formed in 1972 in Paisley, by former school friends Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty and initially had within its ranks Rab Noakes, Roger Brown and Ian Campbell, although by the time the band signed a record deal with A&M Records, those three had left. Rafferty soon followed, leaving Luther Grosvenor to deputise and pretty much leaving Joe Egan at the helm. The band's initial couple of albums were produced by the famed American songwriting team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Rafferty returned to the fold for the band’s second album Ferguslie Park, which included two follow up singles to the earlier Stuck in the Middle, the highly memorable Star, written by Egan and Everything'l Turn Out Fine, co-written with Rafferty.