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Beth Orton (born December 14, 1970), is an English singer and songwriter. Perhaps best described as a folk / electronica artist, the six-foot-tall Beth Orton was born in East Dereham, Norfolk and moved to East London at age 14. Beth Orton first gained notice for her vocals on the Chemical Brothers' track "Alive Alone". The highlight of her career was in 2003, when she played to a packed Royal Albert Hall in London.

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Beth Orton's debut album was the difficult-to-find Superpinkymandy, which was released in Japan alone. Some of its material was recycled for her worldwide debut, Trailer Park, which was released on Heavenly Records in 1996 and earned her nominations for two Brit awards and the Mercury Music Prize in 1997. Beth Orton toured that summer with Lilith Fair, as well as releasing the Best Bit EP. Her next album, Central Reservation, was released in 1999 and led to her Best British Female award at the 2000 Brit Awards. She was also shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize for the effort.

Beth Orton is well known for her collaboration (stemming from a relationship) with William Orbit in which she lends her voice for the Strange Cargo albums. The best-known Strange Cargo track featuring Beth Orton singing lead is probably "Water from a Vine Leaf". She also collaborated with American pop artist Beck on his Midnite Vultures album, providing backing vocals on the track "Beautiful Way".

In July 2002, Beth Orton released the album Daybreaker, followed in 2003 by The Other Side of Daybreak, an album consisting mainly of remixes of songs from Daybreaker, created by artists such as Roots Manuva. A double-album "Best Of" album, entitled Pass In Time, was released in 2003. Beth Orton's fourth studio album, Comfort of Strangers, was released in February 2006. The release sees her move away from the electronica element that she is usually associated with, to a more traditional alt-folk album.