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Buried Treasure: Annette Peacock's I'm The One

Martin Aston, MOJO, November 2009

"IN THE '60s," Annette Peacock vouches, "everyone was an individual. Hendrix, Sly Stone, Dylan, Joplin… If you were of your time, you had to find your own voice, to be totally honest with your essence of who you were. Being derivative or directly influenced was not a choice I could make."

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