"...if he keeps making records as good as this one, Roark is welcome to stay here as long as he likes."
-The Georgia Straight
"a relaxed funkiness that mixes easily with 1950s roots (in bluesy Maze Of Love), country, folk or rock"
-The Vancouver Sun
"a great way to start your day"
"a crafty folk experimentalist with an ear for jazz atmospherics"
"a deep unity of music and text"
"not an album you can put on as background music"
"possessed of a lyrical gift"
-New Music Buff