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    would like to buy some Rebecca Pidgeon albums , anybody have any recommendations what to start with ??

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    A new name for me. Great voice!!

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    The Raven is the audiophile must have she made. It contains her version of Spanish Harlem which a lot of people use to demonstrate vocal purity. The rest is ok, all well made if perhaps a little folky. For me. The Raven was the very first high definition download I ever purchased.

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    ta !!

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    Don't forget to have a listen to her band Ruby Blue, "Down from Above" is a record that regularly visits my turntable.
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    Hi Andy, I must give Si a ring. How are things with you?

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    Aye up Gary


    I am good mate thanks hope you and yours are too.


    Not seen or heard from Si since about May due to a combination of various things events and personal problems that have rather overtaken Hi Fi this year.


    I must make a point of dropping him a line myself before Christmas as I am slowly easing myself back into the hobby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cable Monkey View Post
    The Raven is the audiophile must have she made. It contains her version of Spanish Harlem which a lot of people use to demonstrate vocal purity. The rest is ok, all well made if perhaps a little folky. For me. The Raven was the very first high definition download I ever purchased.
    I only know her from Spanish Harlem, had it on a Chesky compilation awesome voice!

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