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London, United Kingdom (1970 – 1974)

There are three bands who have used this name.
1) A progressive rock band from Devon, UK.
2) An experimental pop band from Tampa, USA.
3) А hardcore band from Innsbruck, Austria.

1) London based band, formed in 1970 as a four-piece band. Initially building a large following in Holland and Germany, Home’s largest British gig was a Wembley concert supporting Led Zeppelin.
The band released 3 albums; Pause For A Hoarse Horse (1971), Home (1972) and The Alchemist (1973)

After the release of the third Album they added vocalist Dave Skillin and keyboard player Jim Anderson to the line-up. The band split in 1974 and Wisefield went on to join Wishbone Ash.

Vocals, Guitar: Mick Stubbs
Bass: Cliff Williams
Guitar: Laurie Wisefield
Drums: Mick Cook
Keyboards: Jim Anderson
Vocals: Dave Skillin

2) The experimental pop band Home formed in Tampa, Florida, in the early 1990s before relocating to New York in 1996. The band released eight self-produced, sequentially-numbered, ultra-low-distribution albums on cheap Radio Shack cassettes before signing to Sony’s Relativity Records label, which distributed its ninth album (appropriately titled IX) in 1995. This album, Home’s only release on a major label, received favorable reviews in publications such as Spin, The Village Voice and Magnet. Subsequent Home albums have appeared on independent record labels, also to generally positive reviews. Dave Fridmann of Mercury Rev was the producer behind at least two of Home’s albums.


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