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Annette Peacock

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Annette Peacock: I'm the One

Press Release by uncredited writer, RCA Records, November 1971

THE SUMMER IS probably the best time to go down there, to the far reaches of the west West village. It's really calm, quiet and ...

Annette Peacock: Primitive Bird Tries New Thing

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 7 September 1974

ANNETTE PEACOCK, erstwhile prisoner in the Bowie/DeFries camp, reveals big plans for what you've all been waiting for... Yes folks, it's THE NEW MUSIC. Here ...

Annette Peacock: X-Dreams

Review by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, 22 July 1978

WITH HER first album for six years, Annette Peacock softens the fabric. Glancing curiously and greedily at the rhythms and advantages at the tip of ...

Annette Peacock: The Lyceum, London

Live Review by Brian Case, New Musical Express, 12 August 1978

ONE OF THOSE musical experiences devised as a tape-loop for the Pavlov Institute, Pekin, the oddly assorted fare at the Lyceum drew a deservedly tiny ...

Annette Peacock: A Rock & Role Alternative

Interview by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 23 September 1978

"I THINK what happened was, after I left New York all the anger and the toughness and the hostility seemed to dissipate – and in ...

Annette Peacock: The Perfect Release (Aura)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 3 November 1979

ANNETTE PEACOCK is, I am reliably informed, very well thought of in bohemian circles. This is unsurprising, the surprise being only that her work is ...

Annette Peacock: A British Rail Breakfast With The Artbreak Kid

Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 1 December 1979

TIMING: a while ago someone asked Bob Geldof — famous vocalist and composer with the extremely well-known Boomtown Rats pop group — for his definition ...

Annette Peacock: The Venue, London

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 2 February 1980

ANNETTE PEACOCK is a lovely enigma. Once in a while she emerges from obscurity to titillate her panting public with her possibilities and her perversities... ...

Colour Tails: Annette Peacock: I Have No Feelings (Ironic)

Review by Fred Dellar, New Musical Express, 20 February 1986

NOTHING YOU CAN pin down here. Nothing you safely stick a label on and file for easy access. ...

Buried Treasure: Annette Peacock's I'm The One

Retrospective and Interview by Martin Aston, MOJO, November 2009

"IN THE '60s," Annette Peacock vouches, "everyone was an individual. Hendrix, Sly Stone, Dylan, Joplin… If you were of your time, you had to find ...

She's The One: Annette Peacock Interviewed

Interview by John Doran, The Quietus, 3 June 2014

Annette Peacock is a stone cold original — an innovator, an outlier, authentically sui generis. John Doran talks to her about the timely reissue of ...


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