Lost Soul Singles & Demos 1966-1967 + Bonus LP 1974 - Jackie Lomax

Lost Soul Singles & Demos 1966-1967 + Bonus LP 1974
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/songwriter Jackie Lomax.Jackie Lomax was the lead vocalist and bass player with The Undertakers, a stomping Merseybeat outfit of the mid 1960's. At the end of 1965 Jackie joined an Anglo American line-up playing R&Bcalled The Lost Souls, with a name change in 1966 to Lomax Alliance.Brian Epstein came to New York and offered to manage Jackie Lomax as a solo artist but ended up signing the band. Tracks were recorded in New York and London for a single and an album, produced by John Simon. Only the single got released in the Uk, and a different single under a different name in the US , Epsteins death curtailing further action for the band, but Lomax squeezed out a further solo single.Lomax continued his Beatle associations through signing as a writer / artist to Apple in 1968. Following several releases Lomax recorded with blues outfit Heavy Jelly in 1970, then released two solo albums through Warners upon a return to the US.At the end of 1973, Jackie Lomax joined Badger, a previously prog rock band originally formed by ex-Yes keyboard player Tony Kaye, and proceeded to turn them into his type of R&B/soul band. The band became a vehicle for his songs and singing and they released one excellent LP, White Lady, in 1974. In more recent times Lomax has kept busy as a singer and guitarist for hire.
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Peaches 'n' Cream / Who Do You Love / Try As You May / See The People / You Better Get Going / Hey Taxi / Enter Into My World / Don't You Think It's Time / Sweeter Than Honey / Front Page Model / Give What You Take / Take Me Away / Honey Machine / Genuine Imitation Life / One Minute WomanBadger White Lady (1974)- A Dream Of You / Everybody-Nobody / Listen To Me / Don't Pull The Trigger / Just The Way It Goes / White Lady / Be With You / Lord Who Give Me Life / One More Dream To Hold / The Hole Thing
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Release Date: 24/06/2013
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