duo based in London who came to the attention of music director Charles Blackwell and were signed by manager Don
Arden, here with their debut single, a one-off on Decca. The press release
(which omits surnames) has useful biographical
The blurb states that Jemima had an
ambition to record in Nashville, which was eventually fulfilled. The duo visited the
U.S.A. and recorded two singles there for RCA, both issued in the UK.
The duo stayed together, obviously spending time in America, until
Jemima married Duane Eddy in 1969, becoming wife No. 3 (No. 1 unknown;
No. 2 was Miriam
Johnson, later better known as Country singer / song-writer Jessi
Colter, whom Eddy married in February 1962 and divorced in 1968; there
was at least one more Mrs. Eddy in later years as he married Deed Abbate
in December 1979).
Carolyne (publicity sheet spelling)
returned to London after Jemima married; she became a singer with the
group Storyteller, through which she met Andy Bown and in 1971
married him. They remained married until her death from cancer on 4th July, 2001.