On her second album, "The Pie-Love Sky," produced by Steve Addabbo (Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, Dar Williams), [Jodi] continues to develop the distinctive sound that puts her in a class with few peers. While her songs often recall the quiet beauty and subtle-yet-visceral impact of Chan Marshall's Cat Power, Jodi's uncommonly pretty voice and straightforward delivery is comparable to vocalists like Edie Brickel, Suzanne Vega, Natalie Merchant and Heather Nova. The Pie-Love Sky delivers a strong acoustic blend of indie and folk with Jodi's melodically intuitive style of guitar playing recalling that of the great Joni Mitchell.
-Gail Worley, Rock Critic at Large
". . . an absolutely refreshing second album of intellectual lullabies."
-Megan Donis, Producer, EGG the arts show-Thirteen/WNET, May 2003 (NYC)
". . . few, if any, have the depth, songwriting skill, and mellifluous voice of Jodi Shaw."
-Mark Kirby, Dreamforge Magazine, May 2003
"At this point it's hard to inject any kind of vibrancy in the
shop-worn folk-pop genre, but Jodi Shaw succeeds on The Pie-Love Sky."
-Time Out NY, June 2003
". . . this Newfoundland poetess sounds as much like Suzanne Vega (circa her debut LP) as anybody you've ever heard."
-The Village Voice, June 2003