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"Records rarely stop me in my tracks...this is such a jawdropper. My CD player calls this...the disc to beat in 2002...this is transcendent!!
—Mark Gallo, Blues Bytes - August 2002
"Just may be her finest recording yet. Her guitar work is simply magnificent. Alice Stuart...has a flair for capturing easy-flowing rhythms and verse which are visual and alive".
—Greg Johnson, Cascade Blues Association Notes/ Nov 2002
"...Stuart has a passion for the Blues. Her sinewy. electric leads and guttural growl make her an essential American Blueswoman."
—Relix Magazine. Feb 2003
"Stuart's guitar recalls that of B.B. King, relying on style more than speed. She says a lot with a few well-placed notes."
—Michael Cote, Blues Review Magazine, Feb 2003
"...Her comeback should have been heralded as a major event. A first rate artist"
—Dirty Linen, Feb 2003
"Alice Stuart inhabits the Blues, she wraps her voice around songs, squeezes the blues out of electric and acoustic guitars and tickles the dark corners of the soul with a bottleneck...two of the best songs on this CD are originals..."
—Mark Whittington, the San Jose Mercury News, Sept 2003
"Stuart has an incredible sense for each song she performs. She can play the acoustic and electric guitar with equal deftness and passion...she lays it all on the line in every song. This woman is a monument to the blues. It's time she got all the respect she deserves as one of the most important contributors to the genre and a trailblazer for women artists all over the world"
—Keith "Muzikman" Hannaleck, Blues Matters, U.K. Jan 2003
"On Can't Find No Heaven, Alice Stuart proves she deserves mention in the same breath as Bonnie Raitt and Rory Block as a blues interpreter."
—Acoustic Guitar Magazine, Feb 2003
"This is one of the best blues releases by a lady for many a year. She's brilliant"
—John Bates, Blues Association of Southeast Queensland (Australia) March, 2003
"Alice can put many male and female bluz guitar slingers acronnin' with their tails tucked between their legs...not a sleeper song on the whole CD. She can kick out some rough & ready roadhouse blues-n-boogie that would make Muddy Waters step to the side and ask her to join him...she kicks some major frigging ass people. She has a voice that could melt the Polar Ice Cap..."
—Steve "Big Daddy" Harvel, Bluz Harp, August 2002
"A warm, soulful sound from a Stateswoman of the Blues, which should put Alice back in the National spotlight."
—Sounds of Seattle, Vol 4, Summer 2002
"She blew us away. Alice is a full-of-energy, captivating performer...it's her electric playing that will really set you on your ear. Onstage she moves as fluidly as a 20 year old, and looks as comfortable as if she were in her own living room. She'll knock your socks off."
—Steve Witt, Silver Platter Chatter Newsletter, March, 2000 (Seattle)
"The years haven't diminished her much. She can still play guitar and make you wanna' cry."
—Willamette Week, (Oregon) Oct. 2000
"Stuart has one of those tough, pure, believable voices that crop up every once in a while...(she's) also the kind of Gibralter-solid rhythm guitarist musicians love to hear chugging behind them in a band She has an amazing ability to play right in the pocket."
—Paul de Barros, The Seattle Times, Feb 2000
"She gives the impression that she has not lost years of career but has saved them..."
—David Wilson, Mountain Messenger, Sept 1999