Saddled with late-'70s production techniques, there is nothing, on the surface, to recommend this record. A close look at the songwriting credits, though, will reveal a beginning of Matthews's fascination with the work of great Jules Shear. (Matthews would later do an entire album of Shear's songs). Still, even this track is burdened by a cheesy David Sanborn-style sax line.
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AllMusic Review by Jim Worbois