Carol Theresa East (born 15 January 1959, Kingston, Jamaica), known by her stage name of Sister Carol, is a Jamaican-born American reggae recording artist and actress. She has used many other stage names, including Black Cinderella (also the name of her record label) and Mother Culture. Originally from the Denham Town district of West Kingston, she was 14 when her family emigrated to Brooklyn, New York.
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One of the dancehall era's few successful female DJs, Sister Carol was something like reggae's answer to Queen Latifah: a strong, positive feminist voice who was inspired by her faith and never resorte. ead Full Biography.
Sister carol DID her thing, like always, on this album. I Can let IT play from start to finish and I'M glad that I made this purchase. The drum and the bass-line are of exceptional quality. After this, Sister Carol showing to be able to master the genre of Dub Poetry (Linton Kwesie Johnson, Mutabaruka) with a track livicated to knowledge about African History. The 6th track, "Lost In Space" has a slow ragga-ish vibe, and a message to think about: they go to space but they have no respect for the human race.
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Carol Denning was an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary Maximum Security. She was the sister of Barbara Denning and Debbie Denning, and is a recurring character in Season Six. She was portrayed by Henny Russell and her younger self by Ashley Jordyn. Carol Denning displays many sociopathic tendencies, such as a disregard for the feelings of others and a willingness to do almost anything to serve her own desires. She has a temper that flares up at various points.
Album The World’s Wife. The Kray Sisters Lyrics. There go the twins! geezers would say when we walked down the frog and toad in our Savile Row whistle and flutes, tailored to flatter our thr’penny bits, which were big, like our East End hearts. There was none of this mugging old ladies. or touching young girls. The collection of poems by Carol Ann Duffy entitled ‘The World’s Wife’, was first published in 1999 and presents stories, myths, fairy tales and characters in Western culture from the point of view of women. Much of literature through the ages and even today is patriarchal, presenting the world from a male perspective.
|A1||–Sister Carol||Don't Get Crazy|
|A2||–Sister Carol||Don't Get Crazy (Dub)|
|B1||–Black Steel||Crazy (Version)|