|"I cannot fault any aspect of this disc. It's a mature statement.
The production is superb and the songs are 'crafted'. Her already-established
fan base will love this
one of the flagship Irish folk releases of
Shaun Belcher, BBC Radio 2
the glorious simplicity of this release feels like a homecoming
in every sense. Backed by three superb musicians, the live-in-home-studio
performances are beautifully restrained, and the vibe of both writing and
sound has a warmth and contentedness redolent of gazing through rain-lashed
stone-cottage windows in Wexford - which is, as it happens, pretty much how
Colin Harper, Mojo
a class act. One listen to the opening song on 'Yola' confirms
that this CD realises her true potential as a resourceful and gifted songwriter
Eleanor is an original, clearly enjoying her role as a songwriter
without any apparent pressure linked to her transatlantic success."
KW, Get Rhythm
a brave rejection of the predictable in favour of a more
adventuresome following of one woman's heart."
Jackie Hayden, Hot Press
"In 1994, after picking up a clutch of Irish awards, she released her
self-titled solo debut to much the same acclaim,. And yet that remains the
only oen of the albums to be released in the UK. Matters are put to rights
with this, her fourth and undoutbedly best release."
David Yeats, Birmingham Post