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Carol Grimes

Carol Grimes
Country
England
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Carol Ann Grimes is a British jazz and rock singer born 7 April 1944, Lewisham, London. She came to prominence in 1969 as a member of the group Delivery.
Website
http://carolgrimes.com
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Releases on file (8)
Carol Grimes — Daydreams and Danger Carol Grimes — Daydreams and Danger
(Voiceprint LCVP126CD, 1988/2000, CD)
Carol Grimes — Why Don't They Dance? Carol Grimes — Why Don't They Dance?
(Voiceprint La Cooka Ratcha LCVP125CD, 1987/2000, CD)
Sweet F.A. — Sweet F.A. Sweet F.A. — Sweet F.A.
(Voiceprint LCVP122CD, 1980/2000, CD)
Carol Grimes — Eyes Wide Open Carol Grimes — Eyes Wide Open
(Line INCD 9.00329 O, 1978/1987, CD)
Carol Grimes — Carol Grimes Carol Grimes — Carol Grimes
(Voiceprint LCVP123CD, 1975/2000, CD)
Carol Grimes — Warm Blood Carol Grimes — Warm Blood
(Caroline CA 2001, 1974, LP)
Uncle Dog — Old Hat Uncle Dog — Old Hat
(Voiceprint LCVP121D, 1972/2000, CD)
Delivery — Fool's Meeting Delivery — Fool's Meeting
(Cuneiform Rune 115, 1970/1999, CD)

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