She was member of the Balanesco Quartet.In 1997, Caroline, along with the brilliant drummer/producer, John Reynolds, and Jan Wobble's former guitarist, Justin Adams, formed the trio, GHOSTLAND, representing another step in a ground-breaking approach to playing. Ghostland did a few support acts for David Gilmours shows.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant during their 1994 tour promoting the album No Quarter,
video for "Whatever" by Oasis ('94),
Toni Child ('94 with Peter Gabriel, David Rhodes and others),
The Cure ('95),
Simpley Red ('95),
Peter Gabriel ('95 live?),
Loreen McKennit (The Book of Secrets '97, with David Rhodes, Manu Katche (see Peter Gabriel) and others)(realy a nice album!),
Londom Contemporary Dance,
Carole Rowley (Garden of the Sence '00, & The River with Dominic Miller),
George Michael (at MTV),
Maimee Coleman ('01).
Sinéad O'Conner ('01).
Russel Watson ('01).
David Gilmour live ('01-'02) &
David Gray during the "Live in Slow Motion" tour,
Hothouse Flowers ('04).
the Thrills ('04).
Cara Dillon ('04).
Anja Garbarek ('06).
Snow Patrol ('06).
The Mission ('07).
John Powel ('07).
Klaus Badelt ('07).
Corinne Bailey ('07).
Jonny Greenwood ('07).
Ian Brown ('08).
On An Island (David Gilmours new album '06).
"Elegy for Dunkirk", written by Dario Mariannelli for the film Atonement,
Shenaed O'Conner live ('07),
Ron Geesin live (Atom Hearth Mother!) with David Gimour ('08)
Sharleen Spiterie 9'08)
U2's 2009 album "No Line on the Horizon" ('09).
Nightwish (Lokikirja '09),
Luz Casal ('09).
Shirley Bassey ('09).
Tori Amos ('09).
Robin Hood the movie ('10). With Troy Donockley.
I only will mention her latest album; Such Sweet Thunder ('02):
London Metropolitan Orchestra,
Musical Director: Andrew Brown Leader: Miranda Dale, all tracks except Vivaldi - Concerto in G Minor for 2 Cellos, directed by Steve Morris, Producers Caroline, Peter Cobbin, John Reynolds (with thanks to Michael Kamen).
1st Violins: Miranda Dale, Fenella Barton, Tom Bowes, Dai Emanuel, Helen Hathorn, Phillipa Ibbotson, Laurence Jackson, David Juritz, Rita Manning, Jonathan Rees, Jackie , Shave, Ralph de Souza, Rolf Wilson
2nd Violins: Steve Morris, Sue Briscoe, Martin Burgess, Ed Coxon, Simon Fischer, Ian Humphries, Patrick Kiernan, Gabby Lester, Cathy Thompson, Matthew Scrivener, David Smith, Debbie Widdup
Violas: Ivo-Jan van der Werff, Andy Parker, Nick Barr, James Boyd, Gustav Clarkson, Bill Hawkes, Yuko Inoue, Garfield Jackson, Martin Outram
Flutes & Horns: Margaret Campbell, Andy Findon, Anna Noakes,Jonathan Snowdden, Richard Bissill, Richard Watkins, Richard Aston, Richard Clews,
Harp: Hugh Webb,
Timps: Kevin Hathway,
Celli: Sian Bell, Nick Cooper,
Piano & Harpsichord: Sally Heath,
Oboe: John Anderson,
Double bass: Chris Laurence, Mary Scully, Lynda Houghton, Paul Morgan,
Guitar: David Gilmour on 'Babbie’s Daughter'.
Songs from Händel, Vivaldi, Caroline herself and one song called Babbie's Daughter by Caroline & David Gilmour.
Althrough I'm a symfo-fan, I like this album; it's classic music of course and David Gilmours playing isn't a big solo at all (so as he did for example at Liona Boyds Personna), but is very impressive, relaxing and enjoyable. Thank you Caroline.