In 1973, Andy Pratt threw in the towel, only to return last July full of enough inspiration to cut two albums in one year. His fans may have missed him but the time was obviously well spent. This, his second LP, is written and performed with taste. The songs run from the mellow So Faint to the uptempo funkiness of I Want to See You Dance, aided by the fluid guitar of Mark Doyle and Andy Mendelson’s subtle keyboard work. With the stormy days behind him, the newly prolific Pratt turns out to be a rock poet in the Dylan mold.