I'm the One (Annette Peacock album)

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I'm the One
I'm the One (Annette Peacock album).jpg
Studio album by Annette Peacock
Released January 1972
Recorded RCA Studios B, C, D, New York City
Length 36:24
Label RCA
Producer Annette Peacock, Bob Ringe
Annette Peacock chronology
I'm the One
Dual Unity

I'm the One was the second album by Annette Peacock, and was released by RCA in 1972. In 2010 Peacock remastered and reissued it on her label, ironic US, in a collector's edition, signed CD at annettepeacock.com.

I'm the One featured Peacock's multiple vocal and instrumental talents. The album fuses blues, jazz, avant-garde electronic music (including extensive treatment of her own voice through a Moog synthesizer) and free form poetry and rap. It was recorded live and mostly in single takes.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed and arranged by Annette Peacock; except where indicated.

Side A[edit]

  1. "I'm the One"
  2. "7 Days"
  3. "Pony"
  4. "Been & Gone"

Side B[edit]

  1. "Blood"
  2. "One Way"
  3. "Love Me Tender" (Elvis Presley, Vera Matson)
  4. "Gesture Without Plot"
  5. "Did You Hear Me Mommy?"


  • Direction: Annette Peacock
  • Tom Cosgrove - guitar
  • Stu Woods - bass
  • Rick Marotta, Laurence Cook - drums
  • Mike Garson - piano & organ on "I'm the One", organ on "One Way"
  • Paul Bley - synthesizer & piano on "Blood", "Gesture Without Plot"
  • Glen Moore - bass on "Blood"
  • Laurence Cook - drums on "Gesture Without Plot"
  • Michael Moss - tenor saxophone
  • Mark Whitecage - alto saxophone
  • Perry Robinson - clarinet
  • Barry Altschul - percussion
  • Airto Moreira - percussion
  • Orestes Vilató - percussion
  • Dom Um Romão - percussion
  • Apache Bley - piano on "Did You Hear Me Mommy?"
  • Annette Peacock - singer, electric vocals, pianos (acoustic & electric), synthesizers, electric vibraphone, liner notes
  • Guy Mossler - recording engineer
  • Richard Davis - artwork, photography (materialised)