Andy Pratt | Shiver in the Night

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Shiver in the Night

by Andy Pratt

Shiver In The Night sounds like a stab at a hit record for Andy Pratt. Though Arif Mardin is retained as producer, the sound is not quite as ornate or complex as Resolution.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. All I Want Is You
5:19 $0.99
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2. Rainbow
3:29 $0.99
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3. I Want to See You Dance
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4. My Love Is so Tender
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5. So Faint
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6. Keep Your Dream Alive
3:07 $0.99
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7. Landscape
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8. What's Important to You
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9. Mama's Getting Love
3:40 $0.99
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10. Dreams
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11. Born to Learn
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Shiver In The Night sounds like a stab at a hit record for Andy Pratt. Though Arif Mardin is retained as producer, the sound is not quite as ornate or complex as Resolution. On several cuts, including the opening "All I Want Is You," it sounds as if Pratt and/or Mardin are trying to emulate the Bee Gees mid 70's disco sound. (Mardin had produced the Bee Gees' "comeback" album Main Course) Not that it is a bad cut; in fact, it is one of the highlights and hollers "hit single." (It has a great hook) The following song, "Rainbow" is also very strong and hints at Pratt's later conversion to Christianity. Elsewhere, there are other songs that are more lyrically in line with the "heaviness" of Resolution. "Mama's Getting Love," is, on the other hand, very erotic and has a very unusual twist on carnality. It is not the usual type of song one expects to hear from Andy Pratt.

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