Classic Rock

Turning Around - Jackie Lomax - Home Is In My Head (Vinyl, LP, Album)

27.10.20198

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  1. 16 results for CDs & Vinyl: Jackie Lomax. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Lost Soul-Singles And Demos + bonus LP by Jackie Lomax More buying choices £ (7 new offers) Home Is In My Head (Remastered And Expanded) by Jackie Lomax | out of 5 stars 3. Audio CD Vinyl.
  2. 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 Renwick (guitar), Billy Kinsley (bass.
  3. Jackie Lomax first came to the public eye in when the Beatles' Apple Records released his debut album Is This What You Want, produced by George Harrison with a backing band that consisted of 75% of the Beatles, as well as Eric Clapton and Nicky Hopkins. His first LP for Warners was Home Is In My Head which featured guitarist Bryn Haworth - known for his playing on John Cale's Fear album /5(4).
  4. Jackie Lomax should have been one of Liverpool's homegrown rock & roll stars -- that's what the Beatles believed, and George Harrison and Paul McCartney both thought enough of his talent to back him variously Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  5. Is This What You Want? is the debut album by English rock and soul singer Jackie Lomax, released in on the Beatles' Apple record label. It is notable for the involvement of three Beatles: It was produced by George Harrison and features contributions from Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo album includes Lomax's debut single for Apple, the Harrison-written "Sour Milk Sea", while.
  6. Jackie Lomax's second album, Home Is in My Head, is even less distinct that his George Harrison-produced Apple debut Is This What You Want?.After playing in the nearly mythical Heavy Jelly, a band that recorded a couple of singles -- before Lomax joined -- and recorded an as yet unreleased album in , Lomax moved to Woodstock later that year, signed to Warner, and began the sessions for his 6/
  7. They released a single on Head Records ("Chewn In"/"Time Out", Head HDS, ). During this period a Heavy Jelly LP entirely consisting of Jackie Lomax songs was recorded, but only issued for promotional purposed and never released commercially. In Lomax returned to America to live and work in Woodstock, New York.
  8. Home Is In My Head, an album by Jackie Lomax on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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