"...simply a party on a platter. A dandy example of the blues, chasing the blues away from start to finish."
Chris Spector, Editor/Publisher - Midwest Records
“...what really stands out is her unique voice. In one song you might hear a hint of Sippie Wallace, or a hint of a Lou Ann Barton-like rasp, but in the end, the voice is hers alone, and she makes it a perfect fit for every style of blues to which she pays tribute.”
Pat Jennings - Wichita Blues Society
“The best thing about Red Top is that the record is as much about great songwriting as great playing. Mandeville puts her own songwriting voice out there to get the party started."
Mike O'Cull - Bluesource.com
“Liz rocks and rolls, purrs and cajoles thru these fifteen gems. Whenever that "little Red Top comes to your town," be sure and catch her if you can!!!”
Don Crow - Music City Blues Review
"Chicago guitarists and redhead (they call her "Red Top") Mandeville continues to show a knack for clever, often cheeky lyrics with her brand of windy city blues. Tongue in cheek takes it to the extreme. That pretty much describes this fun (for a lack of a better word)."