One of the more obscure albums from this groundbreaking singer – a mid 80s UK recording that may have Annette Peacock
at her most experimental ever! The record features Peacock
handling most instruments herself – and that also includes her voice, which is used as much as a musical element as it is a delivery system for lyrics – captured with an amazing sense of sound, and touched with just a bit of percussion work from Roger Turner. The album may well be one of Annette
's most personal ever – much more jazz than avant rock – and titles include "Nothing Ever Was Anyway", "You've Left Me", "A Personal Revolution", "Not Enough", "This Almost Spring", "Sincereless", "I Have No Feelings", and "The Cynic".
(We're not sure, but we've been told that these are still the original copies.)