London Tales – Springtime in Whitechapel

https://soundcloud.com/user1698211/springtime-in-whitechapel Written when I lived in Tower Hamlets East London Springtime in Whitechapel, © Grimes/ Marland  1979 recorded 1980  Scarred face in the moonlight - wind blows with a hard bite Darkness falls just another night. Out I crawl am I feeling right? Don’t know why I hide away - I can’t seem, can’t seem to … Continue reading London Tales – Springtime in Whitechapel

The Singers Tale Barry J Gibb

The Singer’s Tale. A Book - A Film - A Show Carol Grimes http://www.carolgrimes.com A Film Barry J Gibb | Mosaic  https://mosaicscience.com/people/ Barry J Gibb's odd career began as a molecular biologist and neuroscientist but he succumbed to creative urges and started freelancing as a hybrid filmmaker. Private Link: Award-winning documentary filmmaking that connects science … Continue reading The Singers Tale Barry J Gibb

Annie’s Little Red Trombone. August 2013. In memory of beautiful Carol Paul

Thank you to one and all... for making the afternoon so special. Thank you to those who may have danced the dance for the SUN? In secret or otherwise? A song for all with love. Sung to the tune of ... 'My Little Red Top.' Ben Kynard / Lionel Hampton) I first heard it by … Continue reading Annie’s Little Red Trombone. August 2013. In memory of beautiful Carol Paul

Interviews The Singers Tale

Busker's bottler sings the blues HERALD SCOTLAND, 19TH AUGUST 2015 Herald Scotland Carol Grimes might not include I Could Write a Book in her Edinburgh Fringe show, The Singer’s Tale. The London-born survivor of fifty years in the music business would, however, have every right to sing this Rodgers and Hart standard. Indeed, she is … Continue reading Interviews The Singers Tale

Some Reviews

Review: Carol Grimes at Lauderdale House (LJF) (Lauderdale House. 21 November 2013 - LJF. Review by Brian Blain) Carol Grimes and her current, beautifully tight band - Dorian Ford (piano), Neville Malcolm (bass) Winston Clifford (drums) and Annie Whitehead (trombone) - put them all together and we had a feast of varied music and a … Continue reading Some Reviews