* This album was a critics pick in the New York Times.
“Rebecca Martin has a warm, unguarded voice, an instrument of modesty and forbearance…with her own songs, she manifests a deeper, more easeful authority. She can make the same phrase seem philosophical and conversational, and about as natural as sighing.”
– Nate Chinen, The New York Times
“Rebecca Martin’s name keeps showing up in the jazz press, but she’s more appropriately classified as one of the best singer/songwriters today…Martin is much more than a songwriter clinging passionately to a dogma of honesty in lyric and harmony, and achieving it. Emotion radiates from her recordings at an unusual level—one that demands reciprocation.”
– Phil DiPietro, All About Jazz
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