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Jackie Lomax

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Has Apple Gone Rotten?

Interview by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, 7 December 1968

HAS APPLE GONE SOUR? That's a question people are starting to ask as directors quit, and the film division virtually closes down. There are also ...

As long as Apple people are appreciated by some of the people some of the time, they're happy!

Profile by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, March 1969

Maureen O'Grady writes on the other artistes signed to the Beatles. ...

Jackie Lomax is Leaving London

Interview by Robert Greenfield, Rolling Stone, 26 November 1970

LONDON – Jackie Lomax is from Liverpool. He's 26 and he writes songs and sings them. ...

Jackie Lomax: Home Is In My Head

Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, 24 June 1971

JACKIE LOMAX' FIRST album, released in 1969 on Apple, was produced by George Harrison, contained an excellent single ('The Eagle Laughs At You' b/w 'Sour ...

Jackie Lomax, Grin: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by John Mendelssohn, Los Angeles Times, 9 July 1971

Jackie Lomax and Band Playing at the Whisky ...

The History Of Jackie Lomax

Profile and Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, July 1974

WITHOUT ANY DOUBT, one of the sad, inexplicable stories of English rock music is the failure of Jackie Lomax to receive the degree of success ...

Jackie Lomax: Is This What You Want?

Review and Interview by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, July 2004

LIVERPOOL singer-songwriter Lomax never enjoyed the widespread acclaim of his Apple contemporaries (Badfinger, Mary Hopkin, and, eventually, James Taylor), but the wealth of big names ...

Jackie Lomax: Home Is In My Head/Three (Rhino/Warners)

Review by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, October 2005

FEELING UNDERVALUED and forgotten in the shadow of the Fab Four, two Apple signings jumped ship at the start of the '70s to join Warner ...

Jackie Lomax, 1944-2013

Obituary by Richard Williams, The Guardian, 17 September 2013

THE CAREER OF the Liverpool-born singer and songwriter Jackie Lomax, who has died aged 69, seemed set on a golden path when he became one ...

see also Lomax Alliance, The


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