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Jackie Lomax - Is This What You Want? flac album

Jackie Lomax - Is This What You Want? flac album

Performer: Jackie Lomax
Title: Is This What You Want?
Style: Album Rock,Psychedelic Pop,Psychedelic/Garage
Duration: 58:23
Location: EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England
Relesed: 1969
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 218
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Lomax and Harrison recorded the remainder of the Is This What You Want? album in Los Angeles, with Hal Blaine and other members of the Wrecking Crew; but as with the concurrent single, the Lomax-produced "New Day", success remained elusive when the album was released in early 1969. A final Apple single followed, a cover version of "How the Web Was Woven" featuring Leon Russell 1970–1977. In 2001, Lomax completed the recording of his first solo album since 1977, The Ballad of Liverpool Slim. 2002 saw him continuing to play on the West Coast of America. In 2003, he made a return to The Cavern in Liverpool, where his career began more than 40 years earlier. In 2004, Lomax was a guest on the 'BeatlesandBeyond' Radio Show in Walsall, hosted by Pete Dicks.

Band Name Jackie Lomax. Album Name Is This What You Want? Type Album. 版公司 Apple EMI Records. Other productions from Jackie Lomax. The Ballad of Liverpool Slim. Did You Ever Have That Feeling?

Although Jackie Lomax was fortunate enough to be one of the first signees to Apple, it was a cross to bear as well as a blessing, since his Beatles connections - George Harrison produced the album and donated a tune - interfered with his shot at being evaluated on his own merits. Truth to tell, had the exact same record come out on a different label without any Beatles involvement, it would have made even less of an impact than it did. Lomax is a passable but unarresting singer and songwriter, and most of the tracks chug along in a humdrum blue-eyed soul-rock vein.

You've Got Me Thinking. Album Is This What You Want? You've Got Me Thinking Lyrics. You sure don't have a lot But you use what you got And you got thinking about it You got me thinking I just ain't sure that I will. What I see in your face This ain't the time or the place But you got me thinking about it You got me thinking I just ain't sure that I will. Baby, you're sure in for a big surprise If I can believe what I see in your eyes. You may not know what to do But I'm going to give you a clue Cause you got thinking You got me thinking

Is This What You Want? This song is by Jackie Lomax and appears on the album Is This What You Want (1969).

7 97784 1. Jackie Lomax. Is This What You Want? ‎ (LP, Album, RE + 12", EP). Apple Records. SAPCOR 6, 3 C062 - 90045, 3C 062-90045. Is This What You Want? ‎

2010 digital remaster of the classic Jackie Lomax album. Jackie Lomax was one of the first acts signed to Apple Records. His debut single was the George Harrison composition "Sour Milk Sea". Few artists can boast three Beatles on his album but Jackie could as John was the only absentee. 1. Speak To Me 2. Is This What You Want? 3. How Can You Say Goodbye 4. Sunset 5. Sour Milk Sea 6. Fall Inside Your Eyes 7. Little Yellow Pills 8. Take My Word 9. The Eagle Laughs At You 10. Baby You're A Lover 11. You've Got Me Thinking 12.

Jackie Lomax chronology. Is This What You Want? (1969). Home Is in My Head (1971). Singles from Is This What You Want? "New Day" Released: 9 May 1969 (UK); 2 June 1969 (US). Is This What You Want? is the debut album by English rock and soul singer Jackie Lomax, released in 1969 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 Starr. The recording sessions for Is This What You Want? began in London in June 1968. The majority of the songs were recorded in Los Angeles in October–November that year, after Harrison had completed work on the Beatles' White Album. Among the other guest musicians on the album were members of the Wrecking Crew, Eric Clapton, Nicky Hopkins, Klaus Voormann and John Barham.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Speak to Me Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:10
2 Is This What You Want? Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 2:48
3 How Can You Say Goodbye Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 4:14
4 Sunset Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:57
5 Sour Milk Sea George Harrison Jackie Lomax 3:55
6 Fall Inside Your Eyes Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:11
7 Little Yellow Pills Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 4:04
8 Take My Word Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:58
9 The Eagle Laughs at You Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 2:27
10 Baby You're a Lover Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:06
11 You've Got Me Thinking Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 2:57
12 I Just Don't Know Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 2:56
13 New Day Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:19
14 Won't You Come Back Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 4:13
15 Going Back to Liverpool Jackie Lomax Jackie Lomax 3:11
16 Thumbin' a Ride Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller Jackie Lomax 4:00
17 How the Web Was Woven David Most / Clive Westlake Jackie Lomax 3:50

Credits

John Barham - Performer
The Beatles - Guest Artist
Paul Beaver - Special Effects
Hal Blaine - Drums, Performer
Peter Bown - Engineer
Alan Branscombe - Performer
Eric Clapton - Guest Artist, Guitar, Performer
Pete Clark - Performer
Geoff Emerick - Engineer
Mal Evans - Producer, Special Effects
Ron Furmanek - Mixing, Reissue Digital Remastering, Research
George Harrison - Composer, Guitar
Spike Heatley - Bass, Performer
Nicky Hopkins - Keyboards, Performer
Richard Imrie - Cover Photo
Mike Jarratt - Engineer, Mixing
Larry Knechtel - Performer
Steve Kolanjian - Discography, Liner Notes
Bernie Krause - Special Effects
Jerry Leiber - Composer
Jackie Lomax - Composer, Cover Design, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Paul McCartney - Performer, Producer
David Most - Composer
Bishop O'Brien - Performer
Joe Osborn - Bass, Performer
Alan Pariser - Special Effects
Barry Sheffield - Engineer
Richard Starkey - Performer
Ringo Starr - Drums, Vocals
Armin Steiner - Engineer
Mike Stoller - Composer
Klaus Voormann - Bass, Performer
Clive Westlake - Composer
Reviews (1)
TheMoonix
Just wanted to point out that "I Am the Walrus" was released in 1967.

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