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9 thoughts on “ Memory Is: - Annette Peacock - Abstract-Contact (CD, Album) ”

  1. (Mick Ronson borrowed Peacock's arrangement for his own version on the classic Slaughter On 10th Avenue album.) I'm The One, let's not forget, emerged the same year as Lou Reed's Transformer and while it's certain that Reed and his co-producers David Bowie and Mick Ronson knew a thing or two about Brechtian presentation and melding high.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Annette Peacock - Abstract-Contact at Discogs. Complete your Annette Peacock collection/5(34).
  3. Lovers is like a long-lost, 2-disc Pat Metheny album, except it’s not – it’s too amorphous. Lovers is smooth jazz, except it’s not – there’s too much improvisation. Lovers is a set of jazz standards, except it’s not – Cline includes covers of Annette Peacock and Kim /5(41).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Abstract-Contact - Annette Peacock on AllMusic - - There might be more than a bit of avant-garde 8/
  5. Abstract-Contact Lost In Your Speed Elect Yourself Memory Is: Living Is A We Are Adnate Disparate X's If Time Weren't Happy With My Hand Down In Blue Until Untrust Unties Performer [Everything] – Annette Peacock No Winning, No Losing Lyrics By.
  6. A guide to Annette Peacock: biography, discography, reviews, links. Perfect Release (Tomato, ) continued in the lively, tuneful jazz-rock vein of the previous album with Love's Out To Lunch, Solar Systems and Rubber inenarinlecre.siosigichiptitelviportnetectithink.infoinfo bluesier American Sport, one of her most celebrated political statements, and the syncopated, Caribbean and funky A Loss Of Consciousness, proved that Peacock .
  7. Abstract-contact () An Acrobat's Heart () () An Acrobat's Heart is a solo album by Annette Peacock that was released in by ECM Records.
  8. The release of Annette Peacock's first CD in 12 years certainly is a cause for celebration for a number of reasons. She hasn't led an album since she recorded "Abstract-Contact on the Ironic label (such an appropriate label name for Peacock's music!), although she performed on Marilyn Crispell's CD, "Nothing ever was, anyway.".
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Abstract-Contact on Discogs/5(25).

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