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Home Is in My Head
     

Home Is in My Head

by Jackie Lomax
 

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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 --

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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 not exceptional singer. His tunes are standard fare as well,. The album, as an album, holds together very well, but there are no individual headturners. The best moments here are "Nothing Ever Seems to Go My Way," "When I Miss You the Most," and "Don't Do Me No Harm."

Product Details

Release Date:
07/26/2005
Label:
Water
UPC:
0646315715323
catalogNumber:
153
Rank:
193430

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Performance Credits

Jackie Lomax   Primary Artist,Bass,Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals,12-string Guitar
Seldon Powell   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Bryn Haworth   Guitar,Vocals,Slide Guitar
David Brigati   Vocals,Background Vocals
Eddie Brigati   Vocals,Background Vocals
Thom Caccetta   Bass
Paul Griffin   Piano,Keyboards
Helene Miles   Vocals
Linda November   Vocals
Warren "Bugs" Pemberton   Drums
Maretha Stewart   Vocals
Israel Zacuto   Guitar
Tommy Caccetta   Bass
Bugs Pemberton   Drums

Technical Credits

Jackie Lomax   Arranger,Producer
Elliot Scheiner   Engineer,Remixing
Guy Webster   Cover Photo
Ed Thrasher   Art Direction
Pat Thomas   Producer
Alistair Hepburn   Liner Notes

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