CD Is This What You Want? [2010 Bonus Tracks] (CD 6976456),
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Is This What You Want? [2010 Bonus Tracks]

  • 1. Speak To Me
    2. Is This What You Want?
    3. How Can You Say Goodbye
    4. Sunset
    5. Sour Milk Sea
    6. Fall Inside Your Eyes
    7. Little Yellow Pills
    8. Take My Word
    9. Eagle Laughs At You, The
    10. Baby You're a Lover
    11. You've Got Me Thinking
    12. I Just Don't Know
    13. New Day [Single Mix] - (remix, mono)
    14. Thumbin' a Ride
    15. How the Web Was Woven
    16. You've Got To Be Strong - (previously unreleased, mono)
    17. You Make It With Me - (previously unreleased, mono)
    18. Can You Hear Me - (previously unreleased, mono)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 825521

  • Credits
    EngineerGerry Collins; Ken Scott; Peter Bown; Armin Steiner; Barry Sheffield; Geoffrey Emerick

    Producers: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr.
    Audio Remasterers: Guy Massey; Alex Wharton.
    Liner Note Author: Andy Davis .
    Recording information: Abbey Road; Marquee Studio, London; Sound Recorders Studio, Los Angeles, CA; Trident.
    Arranger: George Harrison.
    Although Lomax was fortunate enough to be one of the first signees to Apple, it was a cross to bear as well as a blessing, since his Beatle connections -- George Harrison produced the album, and donated a tune -- interfered with his shot at being evaluated on his own merits. Truth to tell, had the exact same record come out on a different label without any Beatle involvement, it would have made even less of an impact than it did. Lomax is a passable but unarresting singer and songwriter, and most of the tracks chug along in a humdrum blue-eyed soul-rock vein. Whether consciously or not, Lomax's better compositions sometimes bear Beatlesque influences, like the title track, which has a casual resemblance to "Come Together" (recorded after this album's release), and the uncommonly tender "Fall Inside." The George Harrison-penned tune, "Sour Milk Sea," is nothing special; the Beatles' own version, cut in demo-like circumstances as they were rehearsing tunes shortly before starting work on The White Album, has long been available on bootleg. ~ Richie Unterberger

  • Critic Reviews
    Mojo (Publisher) (p.117) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]uggestive of the lithe, R&B influenced fare most capably done by the early Traffic."
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