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Annette Peacock - I Belong to a World That's Destroying Itself [Expanded Edition] (2014)

18-06-2015, 16:45
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Annette Peacock - I Belong to a World That's Destroying Itself [Expanded Edition] (2014)

Artist: Annette Peacock
Title Of Album: I Belong to a World That's Destroying Itself
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Ironic Records
Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde, Electronic
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 48:06 min
Total Size: 110 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. A Loss Of Consciousness 6:42
02. The Cynic 3:35
03. I Belong To A World That's Destroying Itself 4:30
04. Climbing Aspirations 1:40
05. I'm The One 4:30
06. Joy 7:07
07. Daddy's Boat (A Lullaby) 7:28
08. Dreams (If Time Weren't) 4:11
09. Flashbacks 3:32
10. Anytime With You

This is Annette Peacock's extraordinary first solo album - and historically the first known instance of a vocalist singing through synthesizers - recorded 1968-69. It was originally titled Revenge and finally released on LP in 1971 under the group name Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show, although Bley only on three of the eight tracks). Ms. Peacock has retitled it "I Belong To A World That's Destroying Itself." (track 3) for this new edition. This 2014 edition is the first appearance of this album on any media in 43 years, and also its worldwide CD debut, which INCLUDES 2 PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED BONUS CUTS! Ms Peacock personally remixed and oversaw the digital mastering of this edition, and has released it on her own Ironic Records US label. Its still rough (in 1968, engineers had no experience recording bands with synthesizers played in real time alongside the other players), young and tough, unabashed vanguardist attitude is Annette Peacock's ecological electronica, pre-punk prophecy. As well, it contains the first recorded version of one of her mainstay anthems, 'I'm The One', which was subsequently re-recorded for her more widely-known legendary 2nd album of the same name released in 1972. (Ms. Peacock also personally remastered that album for a 2010 signed, collectors edition release on her Ironic label) Ms. Peacock wrote, arranged, sang, and produced this album, also programming and playing the Moog and electric vibraphone. Musicians supporting her on the various tracks include: guitarist Tom Cosgrove, bassists Stu Woods, Gary Peacock, Glen Moore, Richard Youngstein; drummers Rick Marotta, Laurence Cook, Barry Altschul, Steve Haas; keyboardists Mike Garson, Paul Bley, Bob Mason; saxophonists Mark Whitecage, Michael Moss; and Perry Robinson on clarinet.

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