History Music / CharliePeacock

24th Aug '16 12:02:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Homage}} -- "Lady Soul/Aretha In The AM" is an homage to {{Aretha Franklin}}.

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* {{Homage}} -- "Lady Soul/Aretha In The AM" is an homage to {{Aretha Music/{{Aretha Franklin}}.
28th Jan '15 2:25:22 PM StFan
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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] {{self-titled album}} through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.

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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] {{self-titled album}} {{New Wave|Music}} SelfTitledAlbum through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.
6th Oct '14 12:44:59 PM m8e
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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a Music/{{new wave}} {{self-titled album}} through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.

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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a Music/{{new wave}} [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] {{self-titled album}} through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.
7th Apr '13 12:00:38 PM Nocturna
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* {{Out Of Genre Experience}} -- Done with a track that's [[IncrediblyLamePun actually called "Experience"]] in the album Secret of Time. "Experience" is seemingly a hip-hop/rap track, but The Secret of Time is more of a R&B/gospel album. This is also done with "Human Condition," a folksy country-sounding track on Lie Down In The Grass, an otherwise acoustic pop-oriented album. Though the guitar predominantly used in "Human Condition" briefly appears in a few other songs on the album.

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* {{Out Of Genre Experience}} -- Done with a track that's [[IncrediblyLamePun actually called "Experience"]] "Experience" in the album Secret of Time. "Experience" is seemingly a hip-hop/rap track, but The Secret of Time is more of a R&B/gospel album. This is also done with "Human Condition," a folksy country-sounding track on Lie Down In The Grass, an otherwise acoustic pop-oriented album. Though the guitar predominantly used in "Human Condition" briefly appears in a few other songs on the album.
1st Jan '12 10:45:09 PM nombretomado
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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a {{new wave}} {{self-titled album}} through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.

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In 1984, Peacock released his debut acoustic-pop album ''Lie Down in the Grass,'' to much critical acclaim. He continued his musical career throughout {{the eighties}} and released a {{new Music/{{new wave}} {{self-titled album}} through Island Records. Peacock released three albums independently in the late 80's: the West Coast Diaries Volumes One, Two and Three, which consisted of recorded material from his touring band and solo projects.
28th Oct '11 5:52:12 AM MagBas
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** {{Not Christian Rock}} -- However, many of his lyrics are written vaguely enough to be considered this instead. Peacock considers Jesus (as well as a variety of jazz artists) to be the inspiration for his lyric-less jazz music. {{YMMV}}
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