Terry Cade was born and raised in Toronto and made her lifetime commitment of singing career at the young age of twelve. Her extensive classical and jazz training includes the Royal Conversatory of Music, the Berklee School of Music and study with jazz great Fred Stone. With this album, Terry Cade exhibits impeccable vocal skill, combined with a vast emotionel range in her arrangements. She dances with breezy confidence in the title track "Sometimes I'm happy", and can evoke tears in her own riveting pognant ballad "I wish I could've known you better". Her sense of humour is evidenced in her skilled and witty handling of "Just you, Just me" and she and her band swing hard through "Come dance with me". In "you don't know what love is" one can hear the despair and angst of lost love through the subtle, layered textures of the vocal. Terry's Quartet provides eloquent rythmic and musical counterpoint to her instrument.