|I'm the One|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||RCA Studios B, C, D, New York City|
|Genre||Jazz, avant-garde jazz, pop, avant-rock, electronic|
|Producer||Annette Peacock, Bob Ringe|
|Annette Peacock chronology|
I'm the One 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.
All tracks composed and arranged by Annette Peacock; except where indicated.
- "I'm the One"
- "7 Days"
- "Been & Gone"
- "One Way"
- "Love Me Tender" (Elvis Presley, Vera Matson)
- "Gesture Without Plot"
- "Did You Hear Me Mommy?"
- Annette Peacock – vocals, electronic vocals, pianos (acoustic & electric), synthesizers, electric vibraphone, liner notes, direction
- Paul Bley – synthesizer and piano on "Blood", "Gesture Without Plot"
- Mike Garson – piano & organ on "I'm the One", organ on "One Way"
- Mark Whitecage – alto saxophone
- Michael Moss – tenor saxophone
- Perry Robinson – clarinet
- Tom Cosgrove – guitar
- Stu Woods – bass
- Glen Moore – bass on "Blood"
- Rick Marotta – drums
- Laurence Cook – drums
- Barry Altschul – percussion
- Airto Moreira – percussion
- Dom Um Romão – percussion
- Orestes Vilató – percussion
- Apache Bley – piano on "Did You Hear Me Mommy?"
- Guy Mossler – recording engineer
- Richard Davis – artwork, photography (materialised)
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