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  • Bley/peacock - revenge lp

    Anyone seen this for sale recently or even better anyone got a spare? Something of a holy grail at the mo'.

  • #2
    Not for a while, I got it last year for £40 & considered it cheap. Top LP.
    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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    • #3
      well fingersports, that lp is an absolute gem and not many people know about it, an all time favourite. me and dom looked into re-issuing it once .'i belong to a world thats distroying itself' defys convention. i know 2 old votel dudes who own copies they might be willing to get rid of, also mccreadys got one that he might let you have. it is a rare record though. come over on sunday and well talk about peacock.
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      • #4
        I also have this along with a few more:

        Annette Peacock - I'm the One [Dig "Did You Hear Me Mommy"?]

        Paul Bley - Mr.Joy [Limelight were so ahead of their contemporaries releasing such fantastic electronic jazz]

        Paul Bley - Improvisie [Wonderful to compare the cover photography of this with the previous LP cover to chart Bley's progression into a crazed and hirsute man mountain with pipe. Music is extraordinary too!]

        Paul Bley Synthesiser Show [Talking of pipes.....My fave Bley release, Mr.Joy is just perfectly rendered electric jazz. Incredible how he created such an effortless, upbeat hook employing such a leftfield direction]. I'm guessing this would be the opposite end of the Bley-Peacock spectrum from Revenge, but it's all relative, not only for the artists involved but the concepts they were progressing through.
        it's time for some heartbeats

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Soul-Fiend @ Aug. 23 2004,23:47)]I also have this along with a few more:

          Annette Peacock - I'm the One [Dig "Did You Hear Me Mommy"?]

          Paul Bley - Mr.Joy [Limelight were so ahead of their contemporaries releasing such fantastic electronic jazz]

          Paul Bley - Improvisie [Wonderful to compare the cover photography of this with the previous LP cover to chart Bley's progression into a crazed and hirsute man mountain with pipe. Music is extraordinary too!]

          Paul Bley Synthesiser Show [Talking of pipes.....My fave Bley release, Mr.Joy is just perfectly rendered electric jazz. Incredible how he created such an effortless, upbeat hook employing such a leftfield direction]. I'm guessing this would be the opposite end of the Bley-Peacock spectrum from Revenge, but it's all relative, not only for the artists involved but the concepts they were progressing through.
          these are all great of course - just picked up annette and paul bley 'dual unity' which is live in 1970. amazing! and on a major label!
          We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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