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Carol Kidd, MBE, is born on 19 October 1945 in Glasgow, Scotland and is a Scottish jazz singer.
She came to prominence in the mid-1970s, as the vocalist in the band led by
vibrophonist / saxophonist Jimmy Feighan. In 1990, she released her award-winning [2 ] album, The Night We Called It a Day. She has subsequently performed and recorded extensively on her own. She has won several awards at the British Jazz Awards. [3 ] In 1998, she was awarded an [1 ] MBE. [4 ]
Discography [ edit ]
Just for You (1981, Radio Clyde Music Library)
Carol Kidd (1984, ALOI)
All My Tomorrows (1985, ALOI)
Nice Work (1987, Linn)
The Night We Called It a Day (1990, Linn)
I'm Glad We Met (1991, Linn)
Crazy for Gershwin (1994, Linn)
The Best of Carol Kidd, Volume One (1995, Linn)
Gold (1996, Linn)
Carol Kidd (1998, Linn)
That's Me (1999, Linn)
A Place In My Heart (2001, Linn), with the Robert Farnon Orchestra
Debut (2004, Linn)
Gourmet Jazz (2006, Linn)
Dreamsville (2008, Linn)
Tell Me Once Again (2013, Linn)
References [ edit ]
Further reading [ edit ]
"Watch This!; Bull's Kidd". . December 2, 1978. The Glasgow Herald Crumley, James.
"A Whole Lot of Jazz - But Still Not Enough". The Glasgow Herald. March 31, 1989. (Begin at last paragraph, next-to-last column.) Young, Andrew.
"Bubble Of Jazz Effervescence Is Taking London By Storm". The Glasgow Herald. June 16, 1979. Batchelor, David.
"Third Eye Centre, Glasgow: Jazz". The Glasgow Herald. October 22, 1981. Batchelor, David.
"Ronnie Scott's, London: Carol Kidd". The Glasgow Herald. March 10, 1982. Batchelor, David.
"Third Eye Centre, Glasgow: Martin Taylor and Carol Kidd". The Glasgow Herald. December 2, 1982. Young, Andrew.
"Singer Takes Plunge". The Glasgow Herald. December 8, 1984. Mathieson, Kenny.
"Queen's Hall, Edinburgh: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. March 30, 1987. Meadow, Elliot.
"Theatre Royal, Glasgow: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. July 4, 1987. Meadow, Elliot.
"Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. June 30, 1988. Adams, Rob.
"The Jazz Singer Puts Career Back In Full Swing". The Glasgow Herald. June 23, 1989. Buie, Elizabeth.
"Theatre Royal, Glasgow: Carol Kidd and Humphrey Lyttleton". The Glasgow Herald. June 23, 1989. Wilson, Caroline.
"Singer Carol Kidd Recovers from Breast Cancer". . June 16, 2013. The Evening Times
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