Rebecca Pidgeon - The Raven (Japanese Edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Rebecca Pidgeon - The Raven (Japanese Edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Rebecca Pidgeon - The Raven (Japanese Edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Rebecca Pidgeon - The Raven (Japanese Edition) - AudioSoundMusic

Rebecca Pidgeon - The Raven (Japanese Edition)

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Rebecca Pidgeon - vocals, guitar

Joel Diamond - piano

Anthony Coote - guitar, background vocals

George Naha - guitar

Mitch Margold - synthesizer

David Finck - bass

Gary Burke - percussion

Juliet Haffner - viola

Erik Friedlander - cello

Laura Seaton - violin

Robert Chausow – violin

Coco Kallis - back up vocals

Paul Miller - back up vocals

Elise Morris - back up vocals

1 LP, Stoughton Printing tip-on gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Label : Evosound

Original Label : Chesky Records

Recorded at Mastersound Studios, Queens

Recorded by Bob Katz

Engineered & mixed by David Merrill

Produced by David Chesky, Joel Diamond

Remastered by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound

Originally released in 1994

Reissued in August 2023



Side A :

  1. Kalerka
  2. The Witch
  3. The Raven
  4. You Need Me There
  5. Grandmother
  6. You Got Me

Side B :

  1. Her Man Leaves Town
  2. Seven Hours
  3. Wendy's Style Shop
  4. The Height Of Land
  5. Spanish Harlem
  6. Remember Me



"Originally released in 1994, The Raven was the solo recording debut of actress and singer-songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon. ... With a pure, breathy soprano, Pidgeon is reminiscent of both early Joni Mitchell as well as Sandy Denny, and the mostly self-penned tunes on The Raven — some were co-writtten by her husband, David Mamet — encompass a range of pop, folk, and jazz-inflected styles. Yet for many listeners, the standout tune here is Pidgeon's excellent cover of Phil Spector's "Spanish Harlem." Newly mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound and plated and pressed at QRP, The Raven holds up very well musically, and the minimally-miked recording, using a custom 128x  oversampling DAC and tube gear designed by George Kaye, is outstanding in a natural as opposed to a spectacular way. Pidgeon's lovely, somewhat delicate voice is very nicely captured and surrounded by cushions of studio air." Wayne Garcia, The Absolute Sound, April 2017.


Ratings :

Discogs : 4,45/ 5 ; The Absolute Sound : Music 4 / 5, Sonics 4.5 / 5

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