Singer Carol Douglas is credited with being a pioneer in the disco era with her 19 hit, "Doctor's Orders". During the early days of disco, Carol Douglas was the Queen of disco. Douglas was a performer starting at age 10. Her mother Minnie, was a jazz singer and the inspiration for Cab Calloway's classic hit "Minnie The Moocher" and Sam Cooke was her cousin. She attended schools with other talented, soon to be stars like Gregory Hines, Patty Duke and Bernadette Peters among others. This album contains the very best of Carol Douglas - her hits from Midsong International.