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Tracklist

I'm The One6:45
7 Days3:54
Pony6:15
Been & Gone2:20
Blood2:00
One Way6:12
Love Me Tender3:45
Gesture Without Plot3:29
Did You Hear Me Mommy?1:44

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Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album
RCA Victor – LSP-4578US1972US1972
Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album
RCA Victor – SF 8255UK1972UK1972
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Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album
RCA – RCA-6025Japan1972Japan1972
New Submission
Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album, Promo
RCA – RCA-6025 Japan1972Japan1972
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Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album
Indianapolis pressing
RCA Victor – LSP-4578US1972US1972
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Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album
Hollywood Pressing
RCA Victor – LSP-4578US1972US1972
Cover of I'm The One, 1972, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album, Stereo
Rockaway Press
RCA Victor – LSP-4578US1972US1972
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Cover of I'm The One, 1986, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album, Reissue
RCA Victor – NL 89900Europe1986Europe1986
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Cover of I'm The One, 1986, CassetteI'm The One
Cassette, Album, Reissue
RCA Victor – NK 89900Europe1986Europe1986
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Cover of I'm The One, 2010, CDI'm The One
CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Remastered
Ironic Records – Ironic US2US2010US2010
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Cover of I'm The One, 2012-06-00, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered
Future Days Recordings – FDR 601, Light In The Attic – FDR 601US2012US2012
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Cover of I'm The One, 2012-05-29, CDI'm The One
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Digipak
Future Days Recordings – FDR 601, Sony Music Commercial Music Group – 88697914482US2012US2012
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Cover of I'm The One, 2016, VinylI'm The One
LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Future Days Recordings – FDR 601, Light In The Attic – FDR 601US2016US2016
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Imaxandco's avatar
Imaxandco
Edited 3 months ago
There is only one thing that you want when listening to this : that it stops forever so your ears stop bleeding.
leonthepro's avatar
leonthepro
Anyone compared to the US Original? .
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leonthepro
Anyone compared to original US? .
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mikeh69
Edited 2 years ago
Yes I would like a original but I have to buy one for Annette.
terraderma's avatar
terraderma
This is a brilliant remaster.
Mine's signed but un-numbered. Anyone else?
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foalborn
Anyone know how many of these records were pressed ?
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toshberman
I have heard of Annette Peacock's name through the ECM Jazz world as well as with the David Bowie world. The first time I heard Peacock's music is through Mick Ronson's two solo albums where he recorded her "I'm The One," "Seven Days" (as a bonus cut on a Japanese issued CD), and to my surprise Peacock's arrangement of Elvis' "Love Me Tender." I didn't realize that until I heard "I'm The One" album for the first time a few days ago. In many ways, the missing link between Bowie and Mick Ronson, and also long-term keyboard player Mike Garson is on this album as well. Perhaps he was the bridge between her and Bowie/Ronson.

One hear traces of future Bowie music in her work. Specifically "Young Americans" era Bowie, but also even on his later work from the end of the century "Hours" he borrows a section from "I'm The One." Peacock's album is pretty amazing, due to the mixture of her version of soul, experimentation with the Moog, and singing that is borderline Yoko Ono range. Her husband Paul Bley and others add a jazzy quality that redefines the border of the music categories that are on this album. Her version of "Love Me Tender" is a minimal take of the song, and again, Ronson basically borrowed his version on her vision of the song.

To my ears, this is very much the sound of New York City in the 1970s, where the song format is stretched into other possibilities, and it still sounds fresh with its mixture of Sly Stone funk, and the sound of the Moog coming in and out of the mix. A remarkable album.
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jai23
This album still blows my mind, anyone who is interested in music on the outer edges will enjoy this!
Abstract-Contact's avatar
The first reissue on CD of 'I'm The One' was by Annette Peacock, 2010, on her 'ironic US' label. This special, remastered, 1st ed. CD is signed, beautifully packaged and available here on Discogs!
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Bradx
In the late 70s you could buy multiple copies of these in the cut-out bins for a pound or two. Nobody knew what it was and nobody wanted it ... apart from a few people who snapped em up. heh heh.