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Home's second album, perhaps even a little more than their 1971 debut Pause for a Hoarse Horse, might have been mistaken for an American country-rock record at a casual listen, though the band were British. In keeping with California trends, too, the country-rock got a little slicker, the harmonies at points slightly resembling those of the Eagles, though that group had yet to really take off when Home was issued. It's a marginally more serious, mellow, and wistful LP than Home's first album, and the more laid-back qualities of early-'70s Neil Young must count as a prominent influence as well, on both the singing and songwriting. Still, it's a marginal album as a whole, if not quite mediocre. The tunes aren't too memorable, and the tracks (like those on many on early-'70s rock releases) sometimes go on too long, with the nine-minute "My Lady of the Birds" incorporating some vaguely progressive rock passages, though it isn't typical of the record. The overall atmosphere is on the low-energy side, even for mellow country-rock.

© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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1
Dreamer
00:05:30

C. Williams, Composer - C. Williams, Lyricist - Home, Performer - L. Wisefield, Composer - L. Wisefield, Lyricist - M. Cook, Composer - M. Cook, Lyricist - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

2
Knave
00:03:45

Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

3
Fancy Lady, Hollywood Child
00:04:06

D. Skillin, Composer - D. Skillin, Lyricist - Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

4
Rise Up
00:03:23

Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

5
Dear Lord
00:02:59

Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

6
Baby Friend Of Mine
00:04:42

Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

7
Western Front
00:05:24

Home, Performer - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

8
My Lady Of The Birds
00:09:07

C. Williams, Composer - C. Williams, Lyricist - Home, Performer - L. Wisefield, Composer - L. Wisefield, Lyricist - M. Cook, Composer - M. Cook, Lyricist - M. Stubbs, Composer - M. Stubbs, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

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Home's second album, perhaps even a little more than their 1971 debut Pause for a Hoarse Horse, might have been mistaken for an American country-rock record at a casual listen, though the band were British. In keeping with California trends, too, the country-rock got a little slicker, the harmonies at points slightly resembling those of the Eagles, though that group had yet to really take off when Home was issued. It's a marginally more serious, mellow, and wistful LP than Home's first album, and the more laid-back qualities of early-'70s Neil Young must count as a prominent influence as well, on both the singing and songwriting. Still, it's a marginal album as a whole, if not quite mediocre. The tunes aren't too memorable, and the tracks (like those on many on early-'70s rock releases) sometimes go on too long, with the nine-minute "My Lady of the Birds" incorporating some vaguely progressive rock passages, though it isn't typical of the record. The overall atmosphere is on the low-energy side, even for mellow country-rock.

© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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