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9 thoughts on “ My Mama Never Taught Me How To Cook - Annette Peacock - X-Dreams (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Annette Peacock's stint with Aura Records in the late '70s coincided with her greatest level of commercial viability, though in truth any singer given to songs with titles like "Real & Defined Androgens," "Rubber Hunger," and "The Succubus" was going to be fighting an uphill battle to sell units to Joe Q. akinoragavironkalas.xyzinfo recordings' mix of jazz fusion, album-oriented rock, and Peacock's unusual 9/
  2. Sep 12,  · Mama Never Taught Me How To Cook is way beyond Halloween! Be careful who you discuss it with - freaked a buddy of mine out - I think he misunderstood, but he no longer listens to Annett, sadly. I have a boatload of suggestions if you weren't only looking for Doors kind of things.
  3. Apr 06,  · My Mama Never Taught Me How To Cook Written-By – Annette Peacock: A2: Real & Defined Androgens Written-By – Annette Peacock: A3: Dear Bela Written-By – Annette Peacock: B1: This Feel Within Written-By – Annette Peacock: B2: Too Much In The Skies Written-By – Annette Peacock: B3: Don't Be Cruel Written-By – Elvis Presley, Otis /5(38).
  4. Lyrics for My Mama Never Taught Me How to Cook by Annette Peacock. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business. Sign in Sign up. LyricsMy Mama Never Taught Me How Annette Peacock. Lyrics not available. Be the first to add the lyrics and earn points. Add lyrics.
  5. There's the sinister shuffle of "My Mama Never Taught Me How to Cook", with Peacock's erotic, threatening vocal lodging itself between the ears, or the tender, spacey torch song of "This Feel Within'. And it's the voice that's the main focus; imagine Laurie Anderson, Patti Smith and Sarah Vaughan rolled into one and you're halfway there/5(6).
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  7. X-Dreams kicks off with “My Mama Never Taught Me How to Cook,” a low-simmer blues/funk piece that represents a statement of defiance and liberation on multiple levels. The song has no discernible structure in the traditional sense; the “verses” vary in length and form and there is nothing that even resembles a chorus.
  8. X-Dreams, an Album by Annette Peacock. Released in on Aura (catalog no. AUL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Art Rock, Jazz Fusion. Featured peformers: Annette Peacock (vocals, producer), Mick Ronson (guitar), Chris Spedding (guitar), Jim Mullen (guitar), Tom Cosgrove (guitar), Phil Lee (guitar), Brian Godding (guitar), Kuma Harada (bass), Jeff Clyne (bass), Stu Woods (bass.

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