“Ottawa’s Missy Burgess is as credible a blues interpreter as she is a singer/songwriter. Here Burgess covers Robert Johnson’s suggestive Come On In My Kitchen, catches the moodiness of Jann Arden’s It Looks Like Rain, and delivers a rich, bittersweet take on her own lovelorn Blue Sweater. Front and centre, right where they belong, are Burgess’ direct, smoky vocals, sometimes reminiscent of her old pal Penny Lang’s.”Pat Langston
“It’s that “Edith Piaf” feel in the “moody” songs and that balsy bluesy feel that grabs me —– great listening Missy”.
Penny Lang“Exquisite playing. Good tunes and monstrous production from James Stephens. Willie P. Bennett can be found playing harmonica on this gem of a CD. Pick it up now!”
Pat Langston (Ottawa Citizen, Jan. 12/08)