Cathy's second recording was released in 1988, and has Cathy's songs "done up" with a great jazz band, including tenor saxophone. The players are all Ottawa veterans, and include Brian Tansley on sax, Ron Drake on piano, Paul Bourdeau on guitar, Bruce Wittet on drums and Phil Bova on bass. Guests on the session were Terry Tufts on slide guitar, and Mary Simpson on harmony vocals. The songs include: "Since I Fell For You" (Buddy Johnson), "Someone Else Is Stepping In" (Denise LaSalle), "If It Weren't For Those Tears", "Last Day of Pompeii" (Michael Smith), "There's No Guarantee", "How Much Are The Blues", "Heart Calls", "Love Letters in the Snow", and "Living on the Edge". It was produced in Ottawa by Ian Tamblyn.
Produced - Ian Tamblyn
Cathy Miller - lead vocals and acoustic guitar
Paul Bourdreau - acoustic and electric guitars
Phil Bova - bass
Ron Drake - piano
Brian Tansley - soprano and tenor saxophones
Bruce Wittet - drums
Terry Tufts - slide guitar and harmony vocals
Mary Simpson - harmony vocals
Ian Tamblyn - piano and synthesizer on "Living on the Edge"
Horn arrangement on "Someone Else is Stepping In" - Brian Tansley
All songs by Cathy Miller except "Last Day of Pompeii" - Michael Smith,
"Since I Fell for You" - Buddy Johnson,
"Someone Else is Stepping In" - Denise LaSalle