Charlie Peacock (album)

Charlie Peacock (album)

Charlie Peacock is one of several releases by the American contemporary Christian music artist Charlie Peacock.

The bulk of the Charlie Peacock album was originally recorded for A&M Records and was initially slated to appear on an album titled Town Hall. Upon hearing the finished master, A&M declined to release it. Island Records licensed the recording for release, dropped the title, and made various changes in song selection including adding a reworked version of "Lie Down in the Grass" (the title cut from the artist's debut recording in 1984). This Collector Series CD includes all the master recordings produced for this project-from its inception at A&M to its final release on Island Records in November 1986.

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