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 and used in the movie Slap Shot.[1] 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.


  1. ^ Jonathon Jackson (24 September 2010). The Making of Slap Shot: Behind the Scenes of the Greatest Hockey Movie Ever Made. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 179–180. ISBN 978-0-470-67800-8. 

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