The result was an album that was both inoffensive and inessential, occasionally straying from country-rock into average straightforward harder rock. Home, the band's second album, might have likewise been mistaken for an American country-rock record at a casual listen. In keeping with California trends, too, its 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
Home was formed by Cliff Williams and Laurie Wisefield in 1970 after their first group together, 'Sugar', split. They teamed up with guitarist and vocalist Mick Stubbs and drummer Mick Cook. They signed to CBS Records in 1971 and released their first album, Pause for a Hoarse Horse, in August. They started touring in November when they supported Led Zeppelin at the second Electric Magic Show at the Wembley Empire Pool. From then on, they opened for groups such as Argent, The Jeff Beck Group, and The Faces
Pause for a Hoarse Horse is the debut album of British rock band Home. The record was released in 1971 by CBS Records. The band's line-up consisted of Cliff Williams on bass, Laurie Wisefield on guitar, Mick Cook on drums and Mick Stubbs on guitar. It also featured keyboardist Clive John. The album did not make much headway and was one of only three albums released by the group from 1971 to 1973. Pause For a Hoarse Horse. Studio album by. Home. Retrieved 5 June 2011.
Pause For A Hoarse Horse. Toplam süre:39 min. 01. Tramp. Red E. Lewis and the Red Caps. Besteciler: Michael Stubbs.