Pierre Tubbs

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Pierre Tubbs (Pierre Richard Roman Tubbs) is a British songwriter, record producer and album sleeve designer. One of his biggest successes is "Right Back Where We Started From" recorded by Maxine Nightingale. He also co-wrote the J.J. Jackson 1966 hit "But It's Alright" with Jackson and which reached #4 in the Billboard Hot 100, and "Come See Me" by The Pretty Things.

In 1965, he recorded the band "the Silence" (pre-John's Children), which was not released at the time.

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