Charlie Peacock Releases New Improvisational Jazz Album, Lemonade

LEMONADE – pianist, composer, record producer and Grammy Award Winner Charlie Peacock’s collection of twelve solo piano improvisations is an unexpected, yet winsome next musical step after his much-admired 2012 Folk-Americana release, No Man’s Land. Paste Magazine’s Holly Gleason proclaimed No Man’s Land “a cocktail of Dust Bowl feels, Cajun beats and shuffles, raw banjos and fiddles, steel guitars that pool, and spacious arrangements. This is music of red dirt and high humidity, different worlds that share the same sort of soul.””

You can read the rest of the Press release here, as well as find links to purchase this digital-only album.

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1 comment for “Charlie Peacock Releases New Improvisational Jazz Album, Lemonade

  1. January 9, 2014 at 9:23 pm

    Its a very fine record… as I think I’ve made clear in my review: http://godsmindinthatmusic.com/2014/01/07/lemonade-new-jazz-from-charlie-peacock/

    Thanks, Charlie!

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