" It is very seldom in the world of jazz that a group of musicians of different generations and remarkably different backgrounds get together in a chamber hall ( in this case, Yoshi's jazz spot) and work through a set of varied material... Such was the case on Tuesday when guitarist Robben Ford, his vocalist wife Anne Kerry Ford, pianist Roger Kellaway, drummer Donald Baily and bassist Stan Poplin worked through music from such disparate sources as Kurt Weill, Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern, as well as, of course, original material. It was an evening of music both satisfying and varied... Ford has both a clear, strong, wonderfully melodic voice as well as an intimate style. She sang of rain, stars, love and loneliness - nowhere trying to emulate, say, Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald, but her voice and style are marvelous... With the amount of innovation and clever use of dynamics it was clearly a definitive mainstream jazz performance, and a good one at that."

- Phillip Elwood, San Francisco Examiner, 3/17/99