One of my favorite New York singer/songwriters." - John Platt, WFUV” - John Platt

— WFUV

Wild Women Don't Worry..."  Wool&Grant were featured in AcousticLive! in July, 2013.  It’s difficult to express how much enjoyment I got out of hearing the old chestnut, “Wild Women,” written by Ida Cox and sung by Wool&Grant on a recent John Platt Sunday Morning Breakfast Show on WFUV- FM. The song is one of a host of gems from their new self-titled debut CD.Click the link below to view the rest of the article. AL_July_2013.pdf” - Richard Cuccaro

— AcousticLive! In New York City

Wool is one of the best singer-songwriters around, and from the start,  she's had an adventurous side.   She writes the kind of heart-stopping songs you find on albums from Jackson Browne, Nanci Griffith and Lucy Kaplansky, three masters of the craft who know how to forge experiences, personal and otherwise, together with winning melodies and heartfelt singing to create an art that both moves and satisfies.”” - Tom Staudter

— The Gazette (Croton-on-Hudson, NY)

If her next CD is called 'Songs About Sitting in the Waiting Area at H&R Block,' I'll buy it.  She discovers the mystery and meaning in a loaf of bread and a jug of wine, small gestures, a layer of ice, and lying awake at night." INDIE-MUSIC.COM, Jennifer Layton” - Jennifer Layton

Indie Music

Wool writes excellent songs and sings with passion.” - David Johnson

— Boston Globe

Moon Over 97th Street plays like a scrupulously conceived fin de siecle classic.” - Mitch Ritter

— Dirty Linen

Ina May Wool then did an earth shattering version of 'Down to You,' bringing such a dark soulfulness to the song that she virtually reinvented it for her own voice and sensibility” - Louise Crawford

— founder Brooklyn Social Media about Court and Spark Turns 40!

Crack it Open is joyous, spirited, occasionally playful, and absolutely perfect from first note to last….I can feel Wool's creative spirit floating out of the speakers and soaring around the room. If I opened the front door right now, the rain would probably stop. This whole album feels like an embrace.” - Jennifer Layton

— Indie Music

Ina May Wool has made a strong follow-up to her debut. She's got the knack for telling stories with her songs. "Taxi" tells of a struggling taxi driver in New York in an interesting way. "Frida" gives us the life story of Frida Kahlo in a compelling manner. "Big Black Bear reminds me of Suzanne Vega's intricate folk-pop. "When Tears Come Down" is just gorgeous. "Lucky" is a lovely little song. It's a positive love song, but not an exuberant song, rather it's like a whisper low enough for lovers to hear if they listen closely. I think that shows a lot about Ina May Wool's gift for understatement. This album's a treasure. (stjarnell@yahoo.com)” - Anna Maria Stjarnell

Ectophiles Guide to Good Music

Ina May Wool's song, "Boxcutters and Knives" is included on Vigil, an album compiled by Suzanne Vega after 9/11. There aren't many songs about September 11th that are as powerful (except the one by Steve Earle).” - Anna Maria Stjarnell

— Ectophiles Guide to Good Music

When I cracked open Ina May Wool's new CD, Crack It Open, I was treated to a pleasant cross of Lisa Loeb/Syd Straw/Rickie Lee Jones...She's got a good thing going on."Included in Voice Choices” - Andrew Aber

— Village Voice

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