Capitol signed Jackie Lomax in 1975 and his first album for them appeared the following year.  LIVIN' FOR LOVIN' again featured his own brand of white R&B soul and there was still a place for JL stalwart Bugs Pemberton. Once again, however, the LP failed to raise a great deal of interest, although it continued the high standard set by previous Lomax releases and featured him playing 'voice box guitar' which Peter Frampton would use to worldwide acclaim the same year.

His next and final LP for Capitol was released in 1977:
DID YOU EVER HAVE THAT FEELING? was released in the USA but didn't receive a European release. The album cover was designed by Klaus Voorman who also designed the covers of The Beatles REVOLVER and ANTHOLOGY albums and who had played bass on some of Jackie's Apple recordings. 

KLAUS VOORMAN says '...Jackie came to my house and asked me if I would do his cover - he already had the idea with the big bird… My friend Joe Garnett helped me with the airbrush rainbow...'

His contract with Capitol was completed and there was no rush by other labels to sign him.

After that, Jackie moved to Los Angeles………