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The Alchemist progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! classic 1973 Progressive rock album The Alchemist by Home. The band featured a line up of Mick Stubbs (guitar, piano, lead vocals), Laurie Wisefield (lead guitar, vocals), Cliff Williams (bass, vocals) and Mick Cook (drums) and had recorded two previous albums in a more conventional style before recording an album cited by many as a lost classic of the Progressive genre. Although critically acclaimed, the album failed to sell in quantities it deserved and Home disbanded the following year. With the addition of guest Jimmy Anderson on Mellotron and Synthesiser, the conceptual work also brought the guitar playing of Laurie Wisefield to the fore, eventually leading to his joining WISHBONEASH soon after the demise of Home.

- Mick Cook / Drums, Percussion, vocals
- Mick Stubbs / Guitars, piano, lead vocals
- Cliff Williams / Bass guitar, vocals
- Laurie Wisefield / Electric guitar (lead), Acoustic guitar, steel guitar, vocals

1.Schooldays
2.The Old Man Dying
3.Time Passes By
4.The Old Man Calling (Save the People)
5.The Disaster
6.The Sun S Revenge
7.A Secret To Keep
8.The Brass Band Played
9.Rejoicing
10.The Disaster Returns (Devastation)
11.The Death Of The Alchemist
12.The Alchemist
bonus tracks
1.Green Eyed Fairy
2.Sister Rosalie
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ECLEC 2191 CD 1973   17.00
 
 
Pause For A Hoarse Horse progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! classic 1971 album Pause for a Hoarse Horse by HOME. The band featured a line up of Mick Stubbs (guitar, piano, lead vocals), Laurie Wisefield (lead guitar, vocals), Cliff Williams (bass, vocals) and Mick Cook (drums) and formed in London in 1970.Signing to CBS Records they recorded their debut album in 1971. Featuring guest appearances by John Weider on Violin and Clive John on Mellotron and Keyboards, Pause for a Hoarse Horse was an impressive debut. This Esoteric reissue has been re-mastered from the original master tapes and restores the original album artwork.

- Laurie Wisefield / Electric guitar (lead), vocals
- Mick Stubbs / Electric guitar, 12 string guitar, lead vocals
- Mick Cook / Drums, Percussion
- Cliff Williams / Bass guitar, vocals

- Clive John / keyboards, mellotron
- Johnny (Willie) Weider / violin

1.Tramp
2.Family
3.Pause For A Hoarse Horse
4.Red E Lewis And The Red Caps
5.In My Time
6.How Would It Feel
7.Bad Days
8.Mother
9.Moses
10.Welwyn Garden City Blues
11.You're No Good
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ECLEC 2269 CD 1971   17.00