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Annette Peacock

Annette Peacock
Country
United States
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Annette Peacock (born in 1941) – American composer, arranger, producer, musician, writer, singer.
Website
http://www.annettepeacock.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (4)
Bruford — Rock Goes to College Bruford — Rock Goes to College
(Winterfold BBWF009CD, 1979/2006, CD)
Annette Peacock — X-Dreams Annette Peacock — X-Dreams
(See for Miles SEECD 451, 1978/1996, CD)
Bruford — Feels Good to Me Bruford — Feels Good to Me
(Winterfold BBWF003CD, 1977/2005, CD)
Annette Peacock — I'm the One Annette Peacock — I'm the One
(FDR 601, 1972/2012, CD)

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