The band was reduced to essentially a two-piece, Dan Stuart
and Chuck Prophet
, and some hired help, including Eagle Bernie Leadon
. The album's best tracks are the slow ones; "Good Patient Woman" and the crawling "You Couldn't Get Arrested." Produced by Glyn Johns
, it's an OK record; it's just that by this time Stuart
's drunken-loser schtick has worn thin. Really thin.