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See The People - Jackie Lomax - Lost Soul (CD, Album)

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  1. A terrific George Harrison composition on its' own, given more cache as a vehicle for a roughcut bar rocker, Jackie Lomax. I assume prototypal equalizers were used to get him on key - can't do much with a limited range and flat dynamics. This album/CD would have possibly succeeded, originally, if Apple had simply put out a groovy E.P. on J.L.4/5(29).
  2. Jul 13,  · - Lost Soul - Singles And Demos + bonus LP (2CD) by Jackie Lomax () - gestsoulucurfeicompprettherstertemptawars.coinfo Music5/5(3).
  3. Rare, Unreleased and Live (2-CD) by Jackie Lomax - CD () for $ from gestsoulucurfeicompprettherstertemptawars.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Unearthed by Jackie Lomax & The Undertakers on Big Beat. The Undertakers are best remembered as the early '60s Liverpool combo whence came Jackie Lomax, he of the distinctive falsetto and Beatle/Apple-infamy (check the lengthy references to Jackie .
  5. Is This What You Want?, an Album by Jackie Lomax. Released 21 March on Apple (catalog no. SAPCOR 6; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Pop, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Jackie Lomax (vocals, guitar, percussion, design), George Harrison (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, producer), Leon Russell (piano, guitar, bass, percussion), Eric Clapton (lead guitar), Tim .
  6. Nov 07,  · JACKIE LOMAX- Genuine Imitation Life/One Minute Woman U.S. Epic Singer/bassist Jackie Lomax landed on his.
  7. Jackie Lomax: Lost Soul – Lomax Alliance* Peaches 'n' Cream: – Lomax Alliance* Who Do You Love #2 Written-By – Ellas McDaniel: – Lomax Alliance* Try As You May: – Lomax Alliance* See The People: – Lomax Alliance* The Golden Lion: – Lomax Alliance* You Better Get Going Now: /5(5).
  8. Lomax's vocal limitations are particularly noticeable on blue-eyed soul performances such as the title track (which recalls The Beatles own "Come Together") and the ballad "Fall Inside Your Eyes". On the latter he's pushed hard to simply stay in tune.

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