The late Lowell George (of Little Feat fame) is my favourite singer and guitar player, and one of my favourite songwriters ever. This was his only solo record, and while it has good songs on it, it also shows that by this time (1978) his creative forces had begun to decline.
The album has only four songs which George has written/co-written, and even the song in which he is the only writer (Two Trains) is just a new version of the old Little Feat song (it's fine, but there's nothing wrong with the original!)
Having said that, this is a very good - albeit short - collection of songs, and Lowell George's voice (which never sounded better) is simply honey to my ears.
The album is surprisingly vocal-oriented, and there's not much George's trademark slide guitar playing, but it's ok; I like his singing even more.
Lowell George was a great musician, and this record shows some of his genius, but it really could have been so much more. It is still worth a purchase, though.