Carol Grimes

Carol Ann Grimes (born 7 April 1944) is a British singer and songwriter.

In 1969, she joined the band Delivery and recorded one album before departing for a solo career.[1] Her debut solo album, Warm Blood (1974), was recorded with members of Area Code 615 and the Average White Band.[1] She recorded her second album in Memphis, Tennessee, with the Brecker Brothers, Donald "Duck" Dunn, and The Memphis Horns.[1] She founded the band Eyes Wide Open in 1984.[1]

Her career expanded into teaching and working in musical theatre.[1] In the 1990s, she worked with the choir The Shout.[1]


  • 1970 Fools Meeting – credited as Carol Grimes with Delivery (lead vocalist)
  • 1972 Old Hat – credited to the band Uncle Dog (lead vocalist)
  • 1974 Warm Blood (Caroline)
  • 1977 Carol Grimes (La Cooka Ratcha) (originally on the Decca label)
  • 1986 Eyes Wide Open (Line)
  • 1989 Why They Don't Dance (Line)
  • 1996 Alive at Ronnie Scott's with Janette Mason (Ronnie Scott's Jazz House)
  • 2000 Sweet Fa (La Cooka Ratcha)
  • 2003 Daydreams & Danger
  • 2003 Mother
  • 2007 Something Secret recorded with Giles Perring (Triumphant Sound)
  • 2013 CDAWN

(La Cooka Ratcha)[2]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Carol Grimes". AllMusic. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Carol Grimes | Album Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 16 March 2017.

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