Andy Pratt | Resolution

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Resolution

by Andy Pratt

When it was first released in 1976, Resolution garnered great critical acclaim. While claims by Rolling Stone that Pratt "has forever changed the face of rock" seem far-fetched, it still is one of the finest singer-songwriter albums of the '70s.
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1. Resolution
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2. If You Could See Yourself (Through My Eyes)
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3. Constant Heat
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4. Karen's Song
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5. Can't Stop My Love
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6. Everything Falls into Place (Lillian's Song)
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7. That's When Miracles Occur
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8. Some Things Go on Forever
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9. Treasure That Canary
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10. Set Your Sights
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11. Love Song
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When it was first released in 1976, Resolution garnered great critical acclaim. While claims by Rolling Stone that Pratt "has forever changed the face of rock" seem far-fetched, it still is one of the finest singer-songwriter albums of the '70s. While Pratt's expressive, but sometimes high-pitched, voice may not be everyone's cup of tea, there is no denying that the songs themselves were superb. Furthermore, the arrangements and intricacies within each selection were something to behold. No two songs sound alike, yet there is a thematic link between everything presented — that being the power of love to pull, push, and sustain every human being. The idealism and optimism that is pervasive throughout is balanced by a sense of how hard it is to reach that point, and thus the hopefulness seems real and earned.

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