Live In London (SJPCD109)

…her version of Bonnie Raitt's 'Talk To Me' really rocks out whilst her cover of Dr.John's 'There Must Be A Better World Somewhere' is a lovely bluesy song which really highlights her sweet voice as does the Jazz tinged blues of 'Sweet & Slow'…

Steve Ward, Wondrous Stories (April 2002)

…there'll doubtless be those who can't get enough of the lady's (now) Elkie Brooks-like musical charms.

Ian Shirley, Record Buyer and Music Collector (April 2002)

…an eight-song set recorded in the legendary Ronnie Scotts in 1984 with a solid band…'Talk To Me', 'Sweet And Slow' 'Rio De Janiero Blue' are among the highlights of a powerful performance

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (May 2002)

…the music moves effortlessly from soulful swinging rock to smouldering blues…

Hartlepool Mail, May 2002

…this sees the Greenwich Village born singer in fine voice, presenting a mixture of songs from her varied output over the years that has included gospel, blues and jazz-tinged pop…This is a good aural snapshot of a time when she was still absorbing and learning.

Tony Shevlin, East Anglian Daily Times (July 27 2002)

...this gospel tinged live set is a much more gutsy and powerful piece of work...It's been unavailable for many years, but this more than merits this rather belated re-issue now. vastly impressive fare.

Kevin Bryan, (August 2002)'ve got to hand it to her, she's one hell of a singer. This is the first time this album has appeared on CD. Just love it.

Modern Dance, (Issue 41 November 2002)

For here Muldaur's styles include raunchy rock…reggae…and gospel…And let's not forget 'Sweet 'nd Slow', sung with such sultry sexiness that. listening to it, I needed to excuse myself for a cold shower…Throughout, Muldaur sings beautifully and very persuasively, sounding toally absorbed in her lyrics.

Trevor Hodgett, jazzwise (March 2003)