**** "Often close to Tish Hinojosa in the way she expresses herself and therefore essential for people who appreciate the sensitive and beautiful.The jazz inspired "Future One And Only", Latino flavoured "La Guitarra" and Americana and country influenced songs like the title track, "Black Water", "String of Pearls" and "Further Down The Road" marks Young's musical breadth on an album that quickly becomes a pleasure [to listen to]."
Björn Bostrand, Popgeni"Also among sophisticated feats of songwriting we rank the dreamy title track and "Further Down The Road," (not to be confused with the almost same blues song) with wonderful inimitable dobro player Lloyd Maines is a bluegrass gem. Young also explores bluesy jazz paths - ' Future One and Only ' and 'I Got Plenty', compelling piano ballads - (Guzman) and Glenn Fukunaga's soothing bass. That instrument is absolutely at the forefront as the only tool to "Ship Of Safety ', the tranquil end to a fine full-length [disc] of a fine and talented lady."
Cis Van Looy, Keys And Chords"strong catchy melodies (even a touch of THE CARPENTERS during a song like “Futher down the road”). Sue has got a fantastic clean voice which give the words extra meaning and memorable melody. 11 songs are included and it is a pleasure to listen to Sue’s melodic calm acoustic pop/rock. Definitely a great singer/songwriter who you should see live on stage."
Gabor Kleinbloesem, StrutterzineI love "Gliding".... what a lovely record! I'm really enjoying getting to know it and will be playing lots more from it in the weeks/months to come.
Mark Michaelis, Acoustic Harmony, WGDR FM