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“When, later, she reprises the song with her own picture perfect vocals the result is just as good and, given Atherton’s prowess as a vocalist, it’s surprising that she sings on only three other tracks. The first, ‘Whenever You Come Around’, is a breathtaking example of smooth R & B that has the added benefit of Darin Brown on keys whilst the heartfelt ‘Send Down An Angel’ allows Atherton to demonstrate another side of her myriad talents.-Dennis Poole”

Smooth Jazz Vibes

“The first cut on this new release, "Herbie" kicks butt right out of the gate! Paula's singable solos on flute are backed by a tight foundation--- her crisp, excellent rhythm section. Paula's sultry voice on "Can't Get You Out Of My Mind" and "Let It Be" arouse desire and longing but in a very sophisticated and classy way-Joe Caroselli”

Jazz Monthly

“I've loved the whole CD but the next song sent me into orbit! I thought it was a cover but, no, Paula, composed the truly blues-exciting "JB" and wails her alto with a soulfulness that prove the "JB" here was the one and only James Brown. Talk about funk! Greg Adams of Tower of Power adds some great trumpet licks. Paula's alto is right up there with him. And there's some incredible hard-pressed unison playing that just knocks me out of my chair. Paula Atherton is a major talent that should become a superstar. FIVE STARS -Mike Holmes”


“To say that Paula Atherton has the right formula for success as a competent force to reckon with in smooth jazz would obviously be an understatement. If her previous releases — including “Groove With Me,” her last release before this project—haven’t brought you on board yet, hop on this groove vehicle. You’re truly bound to enjoy the ride. – Ronald Jackson ”

Smooth Jazz Ride

“As well as being a wonderful sax player and flautist, Paula also has a singing voice with the power to captivate. For those of you who have yet to discover the magic of Paula Atherton there has never been a better time to start. ”

Smooth Jazz Therapy