Marcia's debut CD has been described as folk with a little Enya, Joni and jazz mixed in. Easily bored with 'pure' folk styles, she loves to experiment with complex rhythms and counterpoint. Linda Waterfall, Seattle based composer and producer writes: 'I want to say how very much I like this CD. The vocals and use of instruments are inventive. . .her voice is so unconventional and refreshing. She doesn't sound like many other pop artists and she uses the high voice in a sweet and delicate way. It's so rare to hear a recording like hers--it is so unusual. Her CD bears--begs for--repeated listening. The more you listen, the more you hear.' Rachel Nelson, Appalachian and Celtic fiddler, writes: 'Her intricate and rhythmically inventive guitar work complements equally thoughtful lyrics to produce a wide range of contemporary folk moods. . .I LOVE her song 'Old Mississippi,'. . .the incredible image of the river wrapping around her city.' Wendy Vickers, editor of the folk newsletter 'Local Blend' writes: 'The Twin Cities continues to produce a bumper crop of strong women singer/songwriters. . . [Marcia's CD contains] an emphasis on strong instrumentation, sharp polyrhythms, and counterpoint.'