Jan242021

Lieutenant Pigeon

Lieutenant Pigeon was a British novelty popular music group, originating from Coventry. Career Lieutenant Pigeon were briefly popular in the early 1970s, and a spin-off from the experimental music band, Stavely Makepeace. Fronted by Rob Woodward, Lieutenant Pigeon's sound was dominated by the heavy ragtime-style piano played by his mother, Hilda Woodward. Lieutenant Pigeon achieved two UK hits: "Mouldy Old Dough", written by Rob Woodward and bandmate Nigel Fletcher, which reached number one in 1972, and "Desperate Dan" (number 17 in 1973). Read more on Last.fm

Track: Mouldy Old Dough

Most Played Tracks as Scrobbled to Last.fm

#TitlePlays
1Mouldy Old Dough
34342
2The Villain
4808
3Mouldy Old Dough - Single version
3687
4Desperate Dan
1523
5Nut Rocker
1066
6And The Fun Goes On
664
7I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
640
8Opus 300
590
9Rockabilly Hot Pot
424
10Oxford Bags
313

Other Album Releases:

Where's Brexit?
Banger Racing Pigeons
Pigeon Legacy
When the Fun Went On
Mouldy Old Dough
Mouldy Old Dough and Other hits
Oriental Roll
Desperate Dan (UK Chart Top 20 - No. 17)
An English Trilogy
Hang Dog

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