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Annette Peacock

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Annette Peacock

Annette Peacock is an American composer, vocalist, pianist and synthesizer player. She is widely considered a pioneer of experimental vocal techniques and electronic music. Her work has spanned many genres, including jazz, rock, classical, avant-garde and psycho-acoustic. She is best known for her albums I'm the One (1972), The Perfect Release (1975), X-Dreams (1978), Sky Touches Ever (1983), The Will (2004) and I Have No Feelings (2009). Some of her most popular songs include “A Loss of Consciousness”, “My Mama Never Taught Me How to Cook”, and “The X-Dreamer”. Annette Peacock's influential works have been lauded by many as groundbreaking and genre-defining.

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