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" Eileen’s fiddle tune “Deadly Nightshade” is one of the best things on the album, a three-part Gypsy- and Eastern European-inflected number beginning as a reflective air, turning into a dark, Irish-flavored dance tune, then heading into triple-time, prog-folk territory. Eileen’s “Ruth” is even more experimental and evocative, with her violins and violas double- or even triple-tracked, and both numbers show evidence of her classical background with the hint of an avant-garde sensibility. Eileen’s fiddle also spices up several other numbers, including the country-swing novelty “Eat at Joe’s.” One looks forward to hearing an entire solo effort some day by Eileen." The Berkshire Eagle, Seth Rogovoy, The Rogovoy Report