The musical relationship between Phil Pratt and one of reggae's most distinctive voices Horace Andy began with the song 'Black Mans Country' produced by Pratt on the Caltone label. 'Get Wise' was their followup together, released only in Jamaica in 1975, it was pressed in very limited quantities. Songs such as 'Get Wise', '80 Percent Badness' and 'Money Root Of All Evil' all reflected Andy's excellent ability to express an understanding of the nuances of a good socially conscious song. On love songs such as 'Let your teardrops fall' (which has Pratt on harmony) and 'I will forgive you' both stand up well against his classic Studio One material. The album has the usual stellar session players from the Kingston recording scene of the 1970s.