“While Ella embodied swing and scat, Sarah reveled in range, and Billie Holiday wrapped her arms around agony, it has to be asked what would draw you, the listener to Marky Quayle?  After one listen, you’ll know; she has that rare quality that only a few vocalists are able to possess. Like Sinatra, she can make a song sound as if she’s singing it directly to you.” – George Harris, Jazz Weekly & The Jazz Messenger