"As you listen to Sandy Bainum sock out pop and show tunes in perfect pitch with a crystalline soprano that only gains in substance the harder she emotes over the large orchestra, she seems the personification of a leading lady at her zenith. She’s that good. At times, her skilled soprano and seamless phrasing recalls Barbara Cook or Judy Collins in their primes. She sings with unerring smoothness, harmonizing precisely with a flute’s fluidity, making musical magic. This well-produced album..."
—John Hoglund, Cabaret Scenes