Twilleys second 45 for the label id further proof that the mans muse, indeed never abandoned him. The prime cut, "A Little Less Love", easily stands up to even the best of the earliest Twilley Band ballads. Longingly melodic and tinged by heartbreak, the doughy-eyed hook makes the nostalgic worldview as easy to swallow, as on, say, Big Stars "Thirteen". The new holiday hymn on the back has the added musical benefit of a pair of Cowsills (Susan on backing vocals and John on drums) lending helping hands, and Twilley writes one of the most eerily solo-Lennon like melodies of his or anyone elses career. He also gives a performance to match.