An extract from A singer’s Tale. © War Time London. Bombs, Songs and a Baby. London SE13 in 1944. Mother Son Daughter Songs. my songs ‘Where
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The Singer’s Tale. Reviews.
“I’ve just come to the end of an extraordinary read – the first part of an autobiography by the legendary singer and songwriter Carol Grimes. It’s a beautifully and quite uniquely-written account of a really amazing life that I would highly recommend to anyone. A fascinating portrait of London and it’s burgeoning blues, rock and folk scene throughout the 1960s, as well an insight into 70s America and it’s own scene.”
The Singers Tale – Roots – Writing – Mother. London.
From CD Mother I thank Ian Shaw for making me record this song. A catharsis for a life of not knowng my Mother and never meeting
The Singers Tale- Writing – Soundscape. ©
My generation, 1944 – ? + A soundscape.
The Singers Tale – Roots- Extract from my book- Writing.
War Bombs Marches and listening to Music. 1962-1963. CND. Activism. Extracts. The Singer’s Tale. Roots. My Grandfather Percival Brimblecombe WW1 BEWARE We have been here