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9 thoughts on “ Be With You - Jackie Lomax - Lost Soul (CD, Album)

  1. LOST SOUL is a package to draw in and collect together previously lost and loose elements from the career of british blue eyed soul singer/song writer Jackie Lomax. Jackie Lomax was the lead vocalist and bass player with The Undertakers, a stomping Merseybeat outfit of the mid s.5/5(2).
  2. Jackie Lomax at his best Three buy CD music Jackie Lomax is a long-lost/never found gem. One of the best white R&B/soul voices to have come out of the sixties and seventies, he was unappreciated at the time and unheard of today and what a shame that is for lovers of great blues/soul/pop music.
  3. lost soul by jackie lomax rpm records retro d (28/06/) Disc 1 - LOMAX ALLIANCE / JACKIE LOMAX ().
  4. And in , RPM Retrodisc released the two-disc compilation Lost Soul: Lomax Alliance & Solo Singles & Demos , featuring Lomax Alliance and solo Jackie Lomax tracks from as well as the aforementioned Badger album White Lady. Lomax died from cancer at age 69 in September on England's Wirral Peninsula between Liverpool and the border with Wales; he had been living .
  5. The first disc collects singles and demos from the Lomax Alliance (the Undertakers essentially morphed into the Lost Souls and then into the Lomax Alliance) as well as some Lomax solo releases tracked in and , including seldom-heard gems like “Peaches ‘N Cream,” “Try as You May,” “Don’t You Think It’s Time,” and “Sweeter Than Honey,” all of which combine blue-eyed soul with a kind of 8/
  6. John Richard Lomax (– 15 September ) was an English guitarist and stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfo is best known for his association with George Harrison, who produced Lomax's recordings for the Beatles' Apple record label in the late s.. John Richard Lomax was born in in Wallasey, Cheshire. He was a member of Dee and the Dynamites, The Undertakers, The Lomax Alliance, .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Did You Ever Have That Feeling? on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock.
  8. The second of two albums that Jackie Lomax recorded for Capitol Records never even got released outside of the United States, which is a crying shame. Did You Ever Have That Feeling? was a long-delayed artistic triumph for Lomax, one of the greatest of unheralded white soul singers, after false starts throughout the stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfo's not a masterpiece, but Did You Ever Have That Feeling? is a.
  9. Nov 01,  · Jackie Lomax Version Of A Track From The Bee Gees Debut Lp First. Taken From The Excellent CD Lost Soul.

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