Seemed a good idea...
Annette Peacock's new record, An Acrobat's Heart gets a rave review from Mojo this month. Readers of David's Journal will remember that she has been working with David on his next studio album.
Chris Ingham has this to say about her :-
(she) initiated ground-breaking synthesizer work in the late 60's and early 70's and evolved a fascinating, elliptical style of songwriting. A favourite of David Bowie - and currently collaborating on his new album - Peacock ends a long (12 years) period of silence with a startling song cycle for voice, piano and string quartet. ...this is evocative, unsettling music....delivered by Peacock's curiously blank-eyed but compelling voice. Four years in preparation, this is ultra-rarefied stuff....
For lovers of haunted women stroking a grand piano, Annette is Big Mommy. This is the real deal.
You can read more about Annette and order An Acrobat's Heart here.
There is also an unofficial fansite about her, here.