(125) Nate Chinen, New York Times -- September 9, 2005

...It maintains an aura of wistful lyricism and dreamy self-reflection, not unlike the music of (Norah) Jones. But the songs are structurally diverse, ranging from the gently twangy "Song of the Open Road" to the circus march "Moe Hawk" to the sepia-tinged border postcard "Satellite." More crucially, the album's septet consists of musicians who, like Ms. Scheinman, playfully apply jazz techniques to many varieties of folk music.

Nate Chinen
New York Times
September 9, 2005