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“Doney’s soaring voice, its purity reminiscent of Jo Stafford (no small compliment). I would not have believed something so affecting could have come with “Furry Bear” as text, but it does. And what Woods and Doney make out of “Solitude” is a magnificent achievement.”
"....a series of affecting and stinging episodes, including one in which Supremes-like marketers hail the ringing in of the new soft rock at the expense of the old ("Shuberts a nerd, and once is too much for Beethovens Third"). The recording is generally fine, with strong input from Vicki Doney, Val Hawk and Nancy Reed as the marketing trio.
“... especially shimmering string section before Doney caps it off. Slightly melancholic, it is at once as pretty as it is unadorned.”
“Singers Vicki Doney and Bob Dorough were inspired choices: she's pliable and versatile, and he remains one of jazz's great voices”