Peacock, Annette

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I'm The One
Jazz Used - LP 89900 RCA
1972 German Pressing Of This Rare Psych/Jazz Album Featuring Dom Um Romao, Airto, Glen Moore, Paul Bley & More.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - I'm The One I'm The One
Jazz Used - LP LSP 4578 RCA
Beautiful 1972 Original, CC, Promo Stickr On Jacket. Rare Psych/Jazz Album Featuring Dom Um Romao, Airto, Glen Moore, Paul Bley & More. Annette Plays Synth And Does Other-Worldly Vocals. Far Out! First Copy We Have Seen In Five Years.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - X-Dreams X-Dreams
Jazz Used - LP TOM 7025 Tomato
1979 Vinyl Rarity. LP Looks Unplayed. Clean COH. “Songwriter, Composer, Singer, And Pianist Annette Peacock Seemingly Roared Out The Woodwork With X-Dreams In 1978. Few If Any Remembered Her RCA Debut I'm The One In 1970, A Synthesizer-Laced Experiment With "Straight" Rock. That Record, Known More For Its Riffs And Pop Songs Than Peacock's Now Trademark Brand Of Iconoclastic Jazz/Rock/Funk/Classical Compositions, Sold Modestly Enough That It Took Four Years Before The Completion And Release Of Her X-Dreams Follow-Up. The Large Roster Of Studio Musicians Listed In The Credits Is The Only Hint That This Record Wasn't Made In A Standard Session. And Speaking Of Musicians, Check This List: Guitarists Include Both Chris Spedding And The Late Mick Ronson; Drummer Bill Bruford Presides Here, Along With Rick Marotta; Dave Chambers And Two Others Make Up The Saxophone Choir; And Everyone From Kuma Harada, Stu Woods, And Steve Cook Plays Bass. Peacock Does Nothing But Sing And Recite Her Wild Poetry. Never Have Jazz Dynamics Come Together And Embraced Rock's Worship Of The Almighty Riff So Seamlessly. Spedding's Guitar Playing Here Is Nothing Less Than Stunning In Both Its Understatement And The Inventive Manner In Which He Keeps The Track Rooted To Its Traditional Setting While Playing Peacock's New Arrangement. One Is Truly Contained Within The Other. There Are No Weak Moments On X-Dreams, And Despite Its Age, The Album Still Sounds A Bit Ahead Of Its Time. Peacock May Have Been Wringing Her Own Personal Exorcism From These Tracks, But For The Rest Of Us, She Offered A Guidebook Of Complex Emotional Terrain, A Treatise On The Messy State Of Love, And A Musical Dissertation On How To Integrate The Nuances Of Form In Rock And Jazz.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - X-Dreams X-Dreams
Jazz New - LP TOM 7025 Tomato
Sealed 1979 Original.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - Perfect Release Perfect Release
Jazz Used - LP AUL 707 Aura
1979 UK Original With Insert. Light Stains On Cover.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - Perfect Release Perfect Release
Jazz New - LP TOM 7044 Tomato
Factory Sealed 1979 Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. Wildly Ahead Of Its Time, Perfect Release Nearly Was Perfect. Utilizing The Talents Of One Band (The Group She Met When Singing Backing Vocals On Some Linda Lewis Sessions) Rather Than A Hearty Gang Of 20 Studio Musicians As She Had On Her Brilliant Debut, X-Dreams, Peacock Constructed An Album Of Seven Extended Tracks. The Album Stitches Together The Lounge Jazz Of Lower Manhattan, The Brazilian Pop Of Tom Jobim, Nara Leao, And Caetano Veloso, The Slippery Funk Of War, And The Shifty Rock Skullduggery Of Joni Mitchell's LA Studio Period. The Opener "Lover's Out To Lunch" Has Steel Drums Crosscutting The Guitars As The Synths Shape The Hallway Peacock Has To Sing Into. The Track "Rubber Hunger" Has Peacock Singing Like Astrud Gilberto, In A Breathy, Lilting Wisp. The Lyrics Drip From Her Mouth Like Running Water As The Band Provides The Room For Her Flow, Creating A Gorgeous Groove In The Center Of The Major And Diminished Sevenths. As A Closer, There's The Beat Poetry Dissertation On The State Of Love In The World In "Survival." Robert Ahwai's Guitar Trades Eights With Max Middleton's Amalgam Of Keyboards Underscoring Peacock's Zen Poem. It's A Rap From The Here And Now About The Here And Now; History Is Relegated To Invisibility. Basslines Slip Under The Drums And Peacock Slides Under Them Both. It's Sexy, Relaxed, And Loopy; 14 Minutes Of Sensual Riffing And Rapping That Come Off As Loose As An Unbuttoned Blouse. In All, If The Record's Not A Masterpiece It Is Something Close.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - X-Dreams X-Dreams
Jazz Used - LP AUL 702 Aura
1978 UK Original. Hint Of Ring Wear, Vinyl Is Pristine. “Songwriter, Composer, Singer, And Pianist Annette Peacock Seemingly Roared Out The Woodwork With X-Dreams In 1978. Few If Any Remembered Her RCA Debut I'm The One In 1970, A Synthesizer-Laced Experiment With "Straight" Rock. That Record, Known More For Its Riffs And Pop Songs Than Peacock's Now Trademark Brand Of Iconoclastic Jazz/Rock/Funk/Classical Compositions, Sold Modestly Enough That It Took Four Years Before The Completion And Release Of Her X-Dreams Follow-Up. The Large Roster Of Studio Musicians Listed In The Credits Is The Only Hint That This Record Wasn't Made In A Standard Session. And Speaking Of Musicians, Check This List: Guitarists Include Both Chris Spedding And The Late Mick Ronson; Drummer Bill Bruford Presides Here, Along With Rick Marotta; Dave Chambers And Two Others Make Up The Saxophone Choir; And Everyone From Kuma Harada, Stu Woods, And Steve Cook Plays Bass. Peacock Does Nothing But Sing And Recite Her Wild Poetry. Never Have Jazz Dynamics Come Together And Embraced Rock's Worship Of The Almighty Riff So Seamlessly. Spedding's Guitar Playing Here Is Nothing Less Than Stunning In Both Its Understatement And The Inventive Manner In Which He Keeps The Track Rooted To Its Traditional Setting While Playing Peacock's New Arrangement. One Is Truly Contained Within The Other. There Are No Weak Moments On X-Dreams, And Despite Its Age, The Album Still Sounds A Bit Ahead Of Its Time. Peacock May Have Been Wringing Her Own Personal Exorcism From These Tracks, But For The Rest Of Us, She Offered A Guidebook Of Complex Emotional Terrain, A Treatise On The Messy State Of Love, And A Musical Dissertation On How To Integrate The Nuances Of Form In Rock And Jazz.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - X-Dreams X-Dreams
Jazz New - LP TOM 7025 Tomato
Sealed 1979 Original With Cut Corner.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - Sky-Skating Sky-Skating
Jazz Used - LP IRON 2 Ironic
Rare 1982 UK Original With Lyric Insert. Jacket Is VG With A Top Seam Split And The Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - X-Dreams X-Dreams
Jazz New - LP TOM 7025 Tomato
Sealed 1979 Vinyl Rarity. Clean Cut Out Hole. Custom Artist Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Songwriter, Composer, Singer, And Pianist Annette Peacock Seemingly Roared Out The Woodwork With X-Dreams In 1978. Few If Any Remembered Her RCA Debut I'm The One In 1970, A Synthesizer-Laced Experiment With "Straight" Rock. That Record, Known More For Its Riffs And Pop Songs Than Peacock's Now Trademark Brand Of Iconoclastic Jazz/Rock/Funk/Classical Compositions, Sold Modestly Enough That It Took Four Years Before The Completion And Release Of Her X-Dreams Follow-Up. The Large Roster Of Studio Musicians Listed In The Credits Is The Only Hint That This Record Wasn't Made In A Standard Session. And Speaking Of Musicians, Check This List: Guitarists Include Both Chris Spedding And The Late Mick Ronson; Drummer Bill Bruford Presides Here, Along With Rick Marotta; Dave Chambers And Two Others Make Up The Saxophone Choir; And Everyone From Kuma Harada, Stu Woods, And Steve Cook Plays Bass. Peacock Does Nothing But Sing And Recite Her Wild Poetry. Never Have Jazz Dynamics Come Together And Embraced Rock's Worship Of The Almighty Riff So Seamlessly. Spedding's Guitar Playing Here Is Nothing Less Than Stunning In Both Its Understatement And The Inventive Manner In Which He Keeps The Track Rooted To Its Traditional Setting While Playing Peacock's New Arrangement. One Is Truly Contained Within The Other. There Are No Weak Moments On X-Dreams, And Despite Its Age, The Album Still Sounds A Bit Ahead Of Its Time. Peacock May Have Been Wringing Her Own Personal Exorcism From These Tracks, But For The Rest Of Us, She Offered A Guidebook Of Complex Emotional Terrain, A Treatise On The Messy State Of Love, And A Musical Dissertation On How To Integrate The Nuances Of Form In Rock And Jazz.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - I'm The One I'm The One
Jazz New - LP FDR 601 FDR
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition Gatefold Reissue. Originally Released In 1972. Remastered From The Original Tapes With Liner Notes By Mikey ‘IQ' Jones And Includes Never Before-Seen Archive Photos. Featuring Dom Um Romao, Airto, Glen Moore, Paul Bley & More. Annette Plays Synth And Does Other-Worldly Vocals.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - I'm The One I'm The One
Jazz New - LP LSP 4578 RCA
Sealed 1972 Foil Cover Original. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - Been In The Streets Too Long Been In The Streets Too Long
Jazz Used - LP Ironicrecords No.3 Ironic
1983 UK Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock. “Perhaps By The Very Nature Of What It Is And How It Is Assembled, Annette Peacock's Self-Released Been In The Streets Too Long, Issued In 1983, Is Her Most Challenging And Experimentally Poetic, If Disjointed, Recording. For Starters, Its Nine Tracks Were Recorded Between 1974 And 1983, Almost All Of Them Stripped Back To The Barest Essentials, Like Demos In Approach, But Fully Realized In Production. Some Tracks, Like The Title (1975), "Song To Separate" (1974), And "Pillow-Lined Prison" (1975), Feature Only Peacock's Plaintive Yet Sensual Voice Accompanied By Her Haunting Piano. Others Are Duets And Trios. Some Of These Come Off As Deeply Moving Paeans Of Strained And Wasted Desire, Such As "Safe Inside The Fantasy," A Duet With Saxophonist Evan Parker (In His Straightest And Most Lyrical Performance Ever) Began In '75 And Finished In '83. And Others Still, Such As The Instrumental "It Hurts" With Bill Bruford, Brian Godding, And Chris Spedding, Are Slices Of Vanguard Improvisation Held In The Expressionistic Frame Of Peacock's Avant Pedigree That Began With Her Former Husband Gary Peacock In Albert Ayler's Band In The 1960s. But Overall, This Is A Recording About Broken Things: Spirits, Finances, Amorous Relationships, Ideals, And The Longing For, If Not New Ones, A Total Acceptance Of Things As They Are…..” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Peacock, Annette - I Have No Feelings I Have No Feelings
Jazz Used - LP IRONIC 4 Ironic
1986 UK Original With Insert. LP Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 

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