Internationally known jazz critic, the late Leonard Feather said: "Yevette Stewart, (saxophonist's Pete Christlieb's discovery,) is that rarity, a young singer who has jazz roots (a touch of Dinah Washington?), Good taste in tunes (Blossom Dearie's "Hey John") and plenty, plenty of soul. "Feather heard Stewart when she first came to Los Angeles as part of the Pete Christlieb's quartet. And he said in his review: "...Whoever said there were no real jazz singers coming up evidently has not heard Stewart."

"Hughart (it's Hughart not Hugart) wrote most of the arrangements, as well as playing bass and contributing the superb string synthesizer parts, it's about time ... For the multi-talented singer...she essays 13 tunes that ... Look at all aspects of male-female relationships, and she nails them with a crew made up of L.A.'s' best...it's a powerhouse album, full of fun, artistry and pizazz." says Zan(not ZAM) Stewart(no relation ) jazz critic for the L.A. TIMES and writer for DownBeat and Stereophile magazine.