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Home Sweet Home- A Musical Playlist

Gee but its great to be back home
Home is where I want to be
I've been on the road so long my friend
that if you came along I know you couldn't disagree
its the same old story...

Rocky Horror Picture Show -I'm Going Home - RocknRoll Goulash

"Much Better Than It Pretends To Be" Rocky Horror Picture Show -I'm Going Home The Rocky Horror Picture Show SoundtrackBy Olly Buxton Conceived, written, scored, acted and directed by a hairdresser from Hamilton, New Zealand, the stunning thing about The Rocky Horror Picture Show Soundtrack was not how accurate it is as a send up of seventies pop culture (and it was), but how, despite that, it stands on its own as a damn good rock record - funny, sure, but also sexy, bombastic, funky, swaggering and even moving in places.

Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris -Six Days On The Road - RocknRoll Goulash

Having an opportunity to hear Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris perform in front of a live audience is too much to pass up - and despite some decidedly '70s-ish prattle between songs, Gram, Emmylou, and the Fallen Angels give a wonderfully loose-but-right performance.

Dan Hicks -Is This My Happy Home? - RocknRoll Goulash

Dan Hicks -Is This My Happy Home? This CD recorded live at the Troubadour in Los Angeles is an incredibly fun album. Recorded at the band's peak, the harmonies and precision of the playing are studio quality. "From the Land of Happy Feet . . ."Dan Hicks -Is This My Happy Home?

Bobby Bare -Detroit City - RocknRoll Goulash

Bobby dedicated 1975's Cowboys and Daddys to the "ropers and dopers, the redneck mothers, the cosmics, the drinkers and thinkers and all the other Bi-Centennial cowboys." Here's that outlaw classic plus his 1977 LP of Bob McDill songs AND three of his key collaborations with Shel Silverstein as bonus cuts 26 in all!

Simon and Garfunkel -Keep the Customer Satisfied - RocknRoll Goulash

The Essential Simon and Garfunkel is a 2 CD set of mainly the duo's recordings in the 1960's with some live performances of some popular songs from that time. Others describe that these aren't the recordings that they remember, but I must disagree.

The Rolling Stones -Goin' Home - RocknRoll Goulash

The Rolling Stones -Goin' Home (Aftermath) The album closes with Going Home, an eleven minute blues epic that starts out innocently enough, but then embarks on a dark, sexual and shamanistic trip into the unknown night.

Ten Years After -I'm Going Home - RocknRoll Goulash

"It never ceases to amaze me how Alvin Lee has consistently avoided the recognition he deserved as one of the truly great guitarists of all time. The Hendrix performance at Woodstock is a staple classic but the Ten Years After performance always seems to be overlooked.

Paul Simon and George Harrison -Homeward Bound - RocknRoll Goulash

Paul Simon and George Harrison -Homeward Bound. I'm sitting in the railway station. Got a ticket for my destination. On a tour of one-night stands my suitcase and guitar in hand. And every stop is neatly planned for a poet and a one-man band. Homeward bound,

Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Last Morning - RocknRoll Goulash

Sloppy Seconds is a diamond. The crusty album title and goofy cover photo obscure the searing vocals, rhapsodic harmonies and clever guitar riffs and licks. Twelve Shel Silverstein-authored songs are wonderfully interpreted and performed by Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. The songs range from vulgar but funny to heartbreaking ballads.

Madeline Kahn -Ain't Got No Home - RocknRoll Goulash

Madeline Kahn -Ain't Got No Home: I knew Madeline as an actress and comedian, but I didn't know she could sing as well. This humorous song "Ain't Got No Home" was performed on Saturday Night Live in 1995. The Original version was done by Clarence "Frogman" Henry which is an amusing piece in it's own right...

Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros - Home - RocknRoll Goulash

I don't usually listen to this genre of music but I actually am liking the CD so far. "Home" is already a favorite! "Mr. Roger's Acid Band" Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros - Home Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' vibe reminded me specifically of the 1995 album Sunday Morning Cartoons Greatest Hits.