The muses of La Musa: Annette Peacock

She is one of the most important names of avant garde music, a figure who has been able to collaborate with people such as Salvador Dalí and Timothy Leary and to leave a profound mark on artists such as David Bowie, Brian Eno and Jaco Pastorius. With a career that spans over forty-five years, Annette Peacock can boast that she has given wings to free-jazz and at the same time has maintained a revolutionary and ground breaking spirit. It is not for nothing that she is considered to be one of the pioneers in the use of synthesizers and her discography, forever changing and full of long silences, is the perfect example of radicalism at the service of creation. A unique opportunity.

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