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4.0 out of 5 stars Home Is In My Head 30 May 2013
By paul hafner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Jackie Lomax was a blues singer/guitar player from the late 60's and early 70's that had a great sound for the blues. Although he didn't come up through the Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Peter Green, or John Mayall genre, we used to play a couple of his tunes in our blues/rock band and always enjoyed playing them. Not a lot of people have heard about Lomax, but if you like Jonny Lang, Joe Bonamassa and some of the independent blues groups, give this CD a listen to!
4.0 out of 5 stars Jackie Lomax-Home Is in My Head 14 Feb. 2015
By Taverndweller - Published on Amazon.com
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I won this album in a radio contest in Twin Falls, Idaho when I was just a kid. My friends thought it was crap but I loved it. It was one of the few albums to break through my Janis Joplin obsession in the seventies.

Then I went in the army in '77 and my mom threw out all my records, but this album played on in my memory. One day shortly after the turn of the century I walked in Tower Records (remember Tower Records?) and BAM! There it was in the CD bins. I almost did cartwheels.

Considering how obscure this seemed when I first got it I'm amazed and gratified that it is still around, and is even available as an mp3 download. "A Hundred Mountains" is my personal favorite but this album has a lot to recommend it, all sung and performed with feeling. And I'm pretty sure he didn't use Auto-Tune ;)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Superb. Just buy this cd. 11 Aug. 2005
By Simon Cross - Published on Amazon.com
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This album was originally released in 1968, to support the chart success of lead single, Girls You Can't Do What The Guys Do. That track is the opening track here, and what a majestic recording it is. It sets a very high standard for any album to maintain, but Betty sees that challenge and enjoys every moment of it.

These recordings have all the youthful exuberance that you would expect from a 14-year-old as Betty was at the time, but also a depth that you would only normally associate with a much older singer. Betty even contributes to the writing, Circle Of Heartbreak being written single-handed. To highlight individual tracks is a bit unnecessary, every track stands tall on its own and as part of the whole album.

The essay by Tony Rounce is informative and of a decent length.

If I have one slight downer, it is that the non-album singles that are mentioned in the essay as following this album were not added in as bonus tracks. At only thirty-two minutes and full price, the additional of those bonus tracks would have been very welcome.

That though is a minor quibble. It will not stop me from awarding five stars and recommending this cd to anyone who has found their way to this listing.
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