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ANNETTE PEACOCK X-Dreams (1978 UK 7-track LP, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows little sign of age & the vinyl is flawless. This copy is complete with a press pack containing a 6-page press biography & a 10" x 8" black & white promotional photo! A UL702)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK The Perfect Release (1979 UK 7-track vinyl LP, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only light signs of shelfwear, and the vinyl is in superb near 'MINT' condition! AUL707)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK X-Dreams (1978 UK 7-track LP, opening with the great, sleazy Soul-Funk of 'My Mama Never Taught Me How To Cook' & featuring appearances from Chris Spedding, Mick Ronson & Bill Bruford, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a li ttle light shelfwear & the vinyl remains near 'as new' with few signs of play AUL702)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK I Have No Feelings (1986 UK Ironic Records 13-track vinyl LP, from the accomplished songwriter, composer, singer, and pianist, picture sleeve & original lyrics insert. The sleeve shows only very minor signs of spine rubbing, and t he vinyl is flawless - a great copy! IRONIC4)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK Been In The Streets Too Long (1983 UK Ironic Records 9-track vinyl LP, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows signs of minor spine scuffing and slight ringwear and creases to the reverse but the vinyl shows barley any signs of play and has a great sheen to it IRONIC NO.3)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK X-Dreams (2006 UK issue 7-track LP pressed on 180gram VIRGIN VINYL featuring the classic 1978 release by the free jazz / moog / avant rock pioneer [who was the first to use the Moog synthesizer live and to use it to electro nically modify vocals!] which creates a sexually charged & oneiric journey through experimental jazz rock and features appearances from Chris Spedding, Mick Ronson and Bill Bruford, presented in a sealed and stickered picture sleeve)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK I'm The One (Original 1972 US 9-track vinyl LP, metallic effect green & bronze picture sleeve. The sleeve has a small deletion cut out, but the vinyl is in superb 'mint' condition! LSP4578)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK Sky-Skating (1982 UK 12-track vinyl LP, featuring the mega-talented Annette Peacock on synthesizer, keyboards & vocals, glossy picture sleeve complete with lyric insert. The sleeve has a little edge scuffing & a few spots of disco louring yet the vinyl looks barely played. A lovely copy IRONIC2)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK I'm The One (Rare 1972 UK 9-track LP, Annette's daring debut which fused blues, jazz, avant garde, early use of electronics with free form poetry & rap, plus her own voice through a Moog synthesiser! A groundbreaking album in stun ning condition, the front laminated picture sleeve shows hardly any wear with age & the vinyl appears near 'as new' SF-8255)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK & PAUL BLEY Dual Unity (Scarce 1972 UK 4-track LP, featuring incredible early use of synthesizers backed by the relentlessly entertaining Han Bennink on drums. The picture sleeve is fully laminated and shows barely any signs of we ar with age. The vinyl looks mint)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK Live In Paris (Rare 1981 German Metronome label 5-track LP, recorded in January 1981 at the Bataclan in Paris, France; complete with glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve is strictly graded EX/EX+, with only some minor shelfwear. The vinyl remains a beautiful EX++ with just a couple of light surface marks which do not affect play)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK Love's Out To Lunch (1979 UK solid centre 7" vinyl single taken from the The Perfect Release album which was recorded following her work with Allan Holdsworth on Bill Bruford's Feels Good To Me album, also including Rubber Hung er, issued in an Aura company die-cut paper sleeve AUS113)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK X-Dreams (1979 US 7-track LP, released six years after her electrifying solo debut, I'm The One [label mate, David Bowie was highly impressed], with a more fleshed-out team of Jazz-Rock pros in the mix, including Bill Bruford, Chris Spedding, Mick Ronson & ex-High Tide bassist, Pete Pavli, picture sleeve with company inner. The sleeve has very little wear & the vinyl looks barely played TOM-7025)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK I'm The One (1972 UK 9-track LP, Annette's daring debut which fused blues, jazz, avant garde, early use of electronics with free form poetry & rap, plus her own voice through a Moog synthesiser! A groundbreaking album in great con dition, the front laminated picture sleeve grades VG+ with some ring wear & very minor paper wear through the laminate just about visible on the front by the bottom edge. The vinyl appears Excellent with few signs of play SF-8255)

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ANNETTE PEACOCK The Perfect Release (Sealed 1979 US 7-track vinyl LP, lounge Jazz-Funk beats with poetic lyrics, picture sleeve. This copy is still sealed in its shrinkwrap from new and is Mint and unplayed TOM7044)

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