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A Dream Of You - Jackie Lomax - Lost Soul

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  1. Jackie Lomax, who began his career as the lead singer and bass player for Liverpool's the Undertakers in. Holiday Shipping Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt.
  2. At the end of Jackie joined The Lost Souls, with a name change in to Lomax Alliance. Only the single got released in the UK, and a different single under a different name in the U.S. Epstein's death curtailing further action for the band, but Lomax squeezed out a further solo single.
  3. Sour Milk Sea is a song by English rock singer Jackie Lomax that was released as his debut single on the Beatles' Apple record label in August It was written by George Harrison during the Beatles' stay in Rishikesh, India, and given to Lomax to help launch Apple Records. The recording is a rar.
  4. 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(1).
  5. Jackie Lomax - On The Road To Be Free lyrics. On The Road To Be Free by Jackie Lomax. And I just can’t seem to reach that place where a free soul sings. Same old hang-ups, I got the same old hang-ups, yet still I cling. ‹ Nothin' Ever Seems To Go My Way One More Dream Of You.
  6. With the addition of Jackie Lomax, Badger's fusion of soul and art rock now strongly favored the soul side of the equation. Recorded in New Orleans with veteran arranger and producer Allen Toussaint, White Lady is scarcely recognizable as the same band; without a paste-in of Roger Dean's logo on the back cover, you'd never guess these lads hailed from anywhere past Bourbon Street.

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