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
Some of the Books where my life collided with the Author. Politics. Interviews & Photos etc Rock Against Racism came into existence in the autumn
Early Recordings. 1960s -1970s Delivery 1970s Uncle Dog 1970s WARM BLOOD RECORDED IN NASHVILLE USA RECORDED IN MEMPHIS USA Recorded in London UK 1980s -1990s
On the skin, human skin. A Poem to Music. Photo Carol Grimes Skin- side Out © My POem set to sounds and music with Mark Hewins
Alone? Lonely? Reflecting on the passing of time and being alone. Loneliness. Solitude. Isolation or seclusion? Forsaken? Banished, not belonging. Outside? A Stone. A Stone.
Uncle Dog 1972 a track with Paul Kossof – Guitar Old Hat. Uncle Dog. This album conjures up memories of Notting Hill Carnival in the