Rebecca Pidgeon

Rebecca Pidgeon

Also known as Pidgeon, R. Pidgeon, Rebeccam Pidgeon
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Discography of Rebecca Pidgeon:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Raven 13 Audio 1994 Chesky Records
2 Learn To Pray 3 Audio 2006-10-09 Miso
3 Learn To Pray 4 Audio 2007-08-00 Miso
4 Tough On Crime 11 Audio 2005
5 Retrospective 13 Audio 2003 Chesky Records
6 The New York Girls Club 12 Audio 1996 Chesky Records
7 Slingshot 12 Audio 2011 Toy Canteen Records
8 Get Up Get Out/Disintegration Man 2 Audio Not On Label
9 Disintegration Man/Get Up Get Out 2 Audio 2012 Toy Canteen Records
10 I Loved No-One 3 Audio 2012 Decca
11 The Raven 13 Audio 1994 Chesky Records
12 Retrospective 10 Audio 2003 Chesky Records
13 Learn To Pray 3 Audio 2006-10-09 Miso
14 The New York Girls Club 12 Audio 1996 Chesky Records
15 The Raven 13 Audio 1994 Chesky Records


Rebecca Pidgeon, Scottish actress, has also displayed her gift as a singer/songwriter on her several well-received albums. Taking elements from folk, pop, jazz, and Celtic traditions, Pidgeon crafts lilting, intimate poetry.

She made two acclaimed British albums with the folk-pop band [a=Ruby Blue], shared the stage with [a=Lyle Lovett] and [a=Van Morrison], and played a series of New York gigs with [a=Anthony Coote].

By the age of 23, the actress had found work in theater, film and on television, starring with the likes of Anthony Hopkins, David Warner, Ian Holm, and Dame Peggy Ashcroft. She moved to America in 1990. Pidgeon's emigration to America was, in fact, a homecoming. She was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1965. At the age of five, she moved with her parents to Edinburgh, Scotland, where she stayed until enrolling in London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at 18, where she studied drama, music, and voice.

Her first release on Chesky Records, [i]The Raven[/i], featured Pidgeon's stunning version of "Spanish Harlem." This album went on to become an audiophile classic.


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