2212 How The Web Was Woven – Jackie Lomax (1970)

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How The Web Was Woven

How The Web Was Woven was written by Clieve Westlake and David Most. It was recorded by Jackie Lomax in 1969. The recording was produced by George Harrison. The recording features Leon Russell on piano, organ and guitar. How The Web Was Woven was released as a single in 1970 with Thumbin’ A Ride on the B-side. Thumbin’ A Ride was produced by Paul McCartney making the single the only single to have its A-side and B-side produced by two different members of The Beatles. Elvis Presley recorded the song for his 1970 album That’s The Way It Is.

2172 I’ve Got To Be Strong – Doris Troy (1970)

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Doris Troy album. 

This song was written by Doris Troy and Jackie Lomax. It was recorded by Doris Troy in 1969. The recording features George Harrison and Eric Clapton on guitar and Ringo Starr on drums. The recording also features Billy Preston on keyboards. It was produced by George Harrison and Doris Troy and was released on the album Doris Troy in 1970.

1920 Thumbin’ A Ride – Jackie Lomax (1969)

thumbin a rideThis song was written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was first recorded by The Coasters in 1961. Jackie Lomax recorded his version in 1969. It was recorded at Apple Studios in London and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features George Harrison on guitar and backing vocals. The recording also features Pattie Boyd on backing vocals. The song was released as the B-side to New Day in America in 1969.

1919 New Day – Jackie Lomax (1969)

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New Day.

New Day was written by Jackie Lomax. It was recorded by him in 1969. It was recorded at Olympic Studios in London and was produced by Jackie Lomax and Mal Evans. The recording features George Harrison on guitar. It was released as a single on the Apple Records label in 1969. The B-side was Fall Inside Your Eyes. In America the B-side was Thumbin’ A Ride.

1915 You’ve Got Me Thinking – Jackie Lomax (1969)

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Klaus Voormann.

You’ve Got Me Thinking was written by Jackie Lomax. It was recorded by him at EMI Studios in London in 1968. The recording features Eric Clapton on guitar and Klaus Voormann on bass. It was produced by George Harrison and was released on the 1969 album Is This What You Want? The Beatles played the song during the Let It Be sessions in 1969.