Home Is In My Head (LP, Album).
John Richard Lomax (10 May 1944 – 15 September 2013) was an English guitarist and singer-songwriter. He is best known for his association with George Harrison, who produced Lomax's recordings for the Beatles' Apple record label in the late 1960s. John Richard Lomax was born in 1944 in Wallasey, Cheshire. He was a member of Dee and the Dynamites, The Undertakers, The Lomax Alliance, Heavy Jelly and Badger.
Jackie Lomax 1971 When I Miss You The Most. Jackie Lomax 1971 Nothin' Ever Seems To Go My Wa. 03:32. Jackie Lomax 1971 Give It All You've Got. 03:57. Jackie Lomax 1971 You Within Me.
I got one helluva woman I got one helluva woman to love me. She comes around at midnight Tripping down the stairs Strives to make me feel right And release me of my cares. I got one helluva woman I got one helluva woman to love me.
It's such a crime to bring each other down It's time for me to head for higher ground Above the water lin. ou say that you're feeling restless Edgy, even helpless I can't help your feelings It's so revealing What you say with your feelings.
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 1970, Lomax moved to Woodstock later that year, signed to Warner, and began the sessions for his sophomore offering with his own band, the Lomax Alliance. Self-produced, the album features 12 original compositions, very much in the funky soul-rock vein as his first album. Lomax is an able but.
Early in the morning I feel my body rise But I don't come to my senses Until she's kissed my eyes.
Jackie Lomax first came to the public eye in 1969 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 and various Ian Matthews recordings
Helluva Woman lyrics Early in the morning, I feel my body rise, But I don't come to my senses, Until she's kissed my eyes, I got one helluva woman, I got one helluva woman to love me, She lets me go up country by Jackie Lomax.
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