This is a project recorded nearly thirty years ago, (1992) but it's still fresh and exciting. The 'live' performance shows off the very best of Cathy Segal-Garcia's range and style. It also features the wonderful and inventive piano playing of Phillip Strange. It's a 2-CD set, opening with "I'm In the Mood for Love" where Cathy sings the original melody, with quite a few of her own twists and complimentary turns, then stretches out to sing James Moody's famous rendition (Moody's Mood for Love). This is a jazz duet that is fresh and complimentary with both artists innovative and improvising on a theme spontaneously. After all, that's what makes jazz so wonderful. The freedom it reflects and the intricacies of transforming the music into something fresh and new can be quite exciting. For example, they play "You've Changed" as an upbeat Latin number. I enjoyed their take on "When You Wish Upon a Star." The two musicians, offer us twenty-three songs in this double CD set. Cathy is constantly playing with time, stretching meters like taffy, but you can clearly hear the comfort level and warm camaraderie between these two musicians during this 'live' performance.