Etta James Top Ten was released in 1963 on the blue and silver Argo label. The album's title was derived from the tracks it contained, being the release consisted of James's ten top record hits in the past three years. It included previously released tracks such as, "At Last", "All I Could Do Was Cry", "My Dearest Darling", "Trust in Me", "Something's Got a Hold on Me", and "A Sunday Kind of Love". It also included the newer songs: "Pushover", "Stop the Wedding", and "Would It Make Any Difference to You" which all became major hits on the Rhythm and Blues Records and Billboard Pop Chart. The album was released on a 12-inch LP, available on stereo.
The album was given four and a half, out of five stars by Allmusic, although no review was provided.
This song was also used by Swedish DJ, Avicii, with the hit of "Levels." Also, The Rapper, Grammy Winner Flo Rida (no.1 song for month of July) hit's song "Good Feeling" after his rap, the main note plays, as well as Levels. Christina Aguilera covered her song with a little twist added.