The Daily Express's Paul Stewart has written a glowing review of Bettye's new album!
"The opening track, Bob Dylan’s “Unbelievable”, starts with a laid back jazzy sound, an almost Brubeck like piano in the mix and then 8 bars in, LaVette’s voice cuts in with an energy that just grabs your attention.
Her use of vocal texture, of which she has lots of shades, is perfect and really involves you with the track.
Another stand out track, the second track, “When I Was A Young Girl” is electrically charged with emotion and really tugs on the heart strings, as does the third track, “Bless Us All”.
“Stop”, the fourth track really shows Bettye LaVette’s power and range as a vocalist and at the risk of controversy, convinces me that the late Amy Winehouse was always trying to sound like LaVette (and let’s face it, she went an admirably long way towards it).
Other stand out tracks for me on this album are her version of “Complicated”, the Jagger/Richards composition, and “Wait”, the Lennon and McCartney track, coupled with the title track, “Worthy”.
But make not mistake, they are all good."