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Did you know that you are welcome to submit your story about Carol Lloyd or Railroad Gin for publication on this site? Send your special memory to bigfan@excite.com

DID YOU KNOW?
That in recent years copies of the Railroad Gin album "A Matter Of Time" have sold for up to $100 second hand?

                   

DID YOU KNOW?
That the Railroad Gin song  "The Keeper And The  Lord" was written by the band about their former manager, Donald J. Morgan Lloyd?

                   

DID YOU KNOW?
That Railroad Gin wives Carol Brown, Margaret Evans and Annie Stone sang backing vocals on the "A Matter Of Time" album?

                   

DID YOU KNOW?
That in 1984 Carol Lloyd claimed the only legacy from her days with Railroad Gin was a bad back, from too much gyrating around stages?

                   

DID YOU KNOW?
That the second, never completed, Carol Lloyd Band album had the working title of "In That Magazine"?

                   

DID YOU KNOW?
That prior to his C.L.B. days Mark Moffatt shared accomodation in London with young, then struggling, musicians Al Stewart and Alan Parsons?

                   

Above: Carol gives her new solo album the thumbs up

Below: The Carol Lloyd Band on stage with a giant C.L.B. montage in the background on each side of the stage (Copyright: Debra Mayes)

Below: Carol, out front of C.L.B. choking in the fog of a souped up smoke machine. (Copyright: Debra Mayes)