Abstract-Contact is a music studio album recording by ANNETTE PEACOCK (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1988 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Abstract-Contact (0:12) 2. Lost In Your Speed (5:35) 3. Elect Yourself (13:34) 4. Memory Is: (0:56) 5. Living Is A (0:30) 6. We Are Adnate (7:20) 7. Disparate X's (5:00) 8. If Time Weren't (1:10) 9. Happy With My Hand (4:47) 10. Down In Blue (3:05).
An Acrobat's Heart is a solo album by Annette Peacock that was released in 2000 by ECM Records. All compositions by Annette Peacock.
Abstract-Contact is a vocal jazz music album recording by ANNETTE PEACOCK released in 1988 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Lost Is Your Speed (5:36) 3. Memory Is: (0:57) 5. Living Is A (0:31) 6. We Are Adnate (7:21) 7. Disparate X's (5:01) 8. If Time Weren't (1:11) 9. Happy With My Hand (4:33) 10. Down in Blue (3:11) 11. Until Untrust Unties (1:31) 12.
Annette Peacock (Born 1941) is an American composer, singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, and musician. Annette Peacock was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was writing music by the time she was four years old. She is self-taught except for her time as a student at The Juilliard School in the early 1970s. She grew up in California
Leggi i testi delle canzoni tratte dall'album Abstract-Contact di Annette Peacock e cerca il tuo brano preferito su MTV Testi e Canzoni. Album Abstract-Contact, Annette Peacock. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Abstract-Contact Data di pubblicazione: 1987. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Abstract-Contact. Memory Is: Living Is A.
Listen to music from Annette Peacock like Pony, Survival & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Annette Peacock. Annette Peacock (née Coleman) (born 1941, Brooklyn, New York, USA) is a vocalist, composer, poet and producer mostly active within avant-garde/free jazz, active from the mid 1960s to the present. Music critics are often quick to note that, despite some recent attention and a few re-releases, her work remains remarkably under-appreciated.
Play an Annette Peacock album from the eighties at your local coffee shop, and I guarantee that you’ll upend all current expectations of music. They are simply too unclassifiable for any playlist, suited instead to an anti-compilation mood that my friend Ibon described as When the only music that makes sense is hers. Abstract-Contact, with its groove-oriented rhythm section, feels more like a work with a band than a singer-songwriter more or less on her own. In spirit, I hear it as more connected to releases of yours from the seventies, on labels other than Ironic. Did it feel that way to you at all? I always write the scripts on my own. Afterwards, the other players’ parts are cast. I think Abstract-Contact is reminiscent of past releases because there are the traditional elements of bass and drums, and we’re back in the world of fairly traditional chord patterns, beats, and grooves.