Lemon Wire, Dodie Miller-Gould
““Never Let Me Go” reminds listeners of the way water ripples when its surface is disturbed. As soon as one level of complexity is figured out another appears. Audiences have to listen to the song more than once to fully appreciate what the song has to offer. But that is a good thing. Scott’s work here is infused with beauty.” (Full Article)

JAZZIZ Magazine, Winter 2017/2018 issue (pg.32)
(Full Article in JAZZIZ Digital Edition)

Ralph A. Miriello lists “Standard Blue” among Notes on Jazz Best of Jazz 2017 (Full Article)

Straight No Chaser Podcast Interview (listen here) 30min

 JAZZ TIMES, Christopher Loudon
“Her alluring sound, formidable as ever, combines the grit-dusted smarts of Karrin Allyson with the seductive charm and crisp articulation of Lena Horne, accented with liberal hints of her blues-funk roots. ” (Full Article)

 HUFFINGTON POST, Ralph A. Miriello
“Ms. Scott’s Standard Blue, backed by an all-star band, offers some compelling renditions of blues-based, jazz standards sung by a unique songstress that knows how to bring new life to old stalwarts.” (Full Article)

ALL ABOUT JAZZ, Dan Bilawsky
“With great material, winning arrangements, a strong stable of collaborators, and fine vocal work, all of the bases seem to be covered here. Everything clearly fell into place for Standard Blue. It’s a fine addition to Scott’s discography and, quite possibly, her strongest date yet.” (Full Article)

 JAZZDAGAMA, Raul da Gama
“Marilyn Scott seems born for the blues. Her voice, with its smoky, lower register, is the ideal vehicle for this repertoire, which she exploits to particularly fruitful effect in the haunting “Willow Weep for Me”, her ineffably gorgeous interpretations of Ellingtonia (but naturally), and the surprise of the album, “Blue Prelude”, to name but a few.” (Full Article)

 AXS Review – (link)

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