The Montreal Gazette
"She was once known as Chris Whiteley's daughter and Ken's niece, but that was before she won a best roots album Juno for Hopetown in 2004. Now Jenny Whiteley is her own woman, though with the family gift for melody and a writer's sharp eye. Her latest tones down the old timey in favour of spare roots arrangements that accentuate her warm, strong voice, beginning with the melancholy Indoor Lightning through to the equally sad closer, When It Rains I Pour (a classic title, or what?). In between you'll find the up-tempo, Banjo Girl, and the upbeat, Take Your Time and Do It Right. Vancouver growler Jim Byrnes duets on the pedal-steel soaked Other Side of Life, a pairing that would fit right in on a honky-tonk jukebox, right between George and Tammy or Emmylou and Gram."