Carol Douglas (b. April 7, 1948 in Brooklyn, New York) is an actress and singer who is best known for her disco hits "Doctor's Orders" (1974) and "Midnight Love Affair" (1976). Douglas comes from a musical family background, her mother being blues and jazz singer Minnie Newsome and her cousin, soul legend, Sam Cooke. After a few years as an actress Douglas decided to concentrate on her music career and in the early 1970s she landed the role of lead singer for the reformed soul group The Chantels.
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