Bay Station's Go Out and Make Some CD got a great review by John Apice in No Depression. Choice words include:
"what’s startling good, as well, and allows Bay Station to be special -- is when Kwame Copeland sings with Deborah and they sound like a hybrid Jefferson Airplane – that Grace Slick-Paul Kanter vocal power and candor. This is going to be enjoyable."
"Crooks’ is simply too original to be a singer who will be known as someone who sings like…like no one. She changes gears seamlessly and in regards to Lucinda, Deborah may have a wider pallet of styles than even Lucinda."
"This band admirably reflects the wealth of music explored by Hot Tuna, they have that James Gang (Joe Walsh) metabolism, that Grateful Dead / Jerry Garcia Band (with Donna Jean Godchaux) homegrown classicism, and that ability to strike just the right chord with everyone in an appreciative audience."
You can read the full review HERE