Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. Released in 1979, this prophetic stew of spoken word, jazz, and funk from Annette Peacock was wildly ahead of it's time and is still salient today. Her unflinching examinations of capitalism, sex, religion, et al. Are underscored by lengthy, gorgeous grooves. Peacock wields her voice with wild abandon, at times delivering a melody like a Beat poet while other times wailing out of her throat like a saxophone, hitting blue notes as she pleases. Where most musicians riff, she creates sonic space. Perhaps too esoteric to garner commercial praise at the time, with this reissue we're proud to encourage the discovery and praise that The Perfect Release deserves.
Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. Released in 1979, this prophetic stew of spoken word, jazz, and funk from Annette Peacock was wildly ahead of it's time and is still salient today. Her unflinching examinations of capitalism, sex, religion, et al. Are underscored by lengthy, gorgeous grooves. Peacock wields her voice with wild abandon, at times delivering a melody like a Beat poet while other times wailing out of her throat like a saxophone, hitting blue notes as she pleases. Where most musicians riff, she creates sonic space. Perhaps too esoteric to garner commercial praise at the time, with this reissue we're proud to encourage the discovery and praise that The Perfect Release deserves.
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Perfect Release [Colored Vinyl] (Red)
Artist: Annette Peacock
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.08
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1. Love's Out to Lunch
2. Solar Systems
3. American Sport
4. A Loss of Consciousness
5. Rubber Hunger
6. The Succubus
7. Survival

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Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. Released in 1979, this prophetic stew of spoken word, jazz, and funk from Annette Peacock was wildly ahead of it's time and is still salient today. Her unflinching examinations of capitalism, sex, religion, et al. Are underscored by lengthy, gorgeous grooves. Peacock wields her voice with wild abandon, at times delivering a melody like a Beat poet while other times wailing out of her throat like a saxophone, hitting blue notes as she pleases. Where most musicians riff, she creates sonic space. Perhaps too esoteric to garner commercial praise at the time, with this reissue we're proud to encourage the discovery and praise that The Perfect Release deserves.