Home, Home on the Road

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Home, Home on the Road
Live album by New Riders of the Purple Sage
Released April 1974
Genre Country rock
Label Columbia
Producer Jerry Garcia
New Riders of the Purple Sage chronology
The Adventures of Panama Red
(1973)
Home, Home on the Road
(1974)
Brujo (1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Home, Home on the Road is an album by the American country rock group the New Riders of the Purple Sage. Released by Columbia Records in 1974, it was their first live album, and their fifth album overall. The eleven songs on the album are a combination of originals and covers. Six of them had appeared on previous New Riders albums, and five had not.

Home, Home on the Road was produced by Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, who had co-founded the New Riders and had been their original pedal steel guitar player. One track, "Kick in the Head", was written by Robert Hunter, who wrote the lyrics to many Grateful Dead songs.

In 2004, Sony Music Entertainment, which owns the Columbia catalog, released a combined CD of Home, Home on the Road and the New Riders' subsequent album, Brujo. This "2-on-1" CD was issued on the BGO Records label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hi, Hello, How Are You" (John Dawson)
  2. "She's No Angel" (J.W. Arnold, Wanda Ballman)
  3. "Groupie" (Dave Torbert)
  4. "Sunday Susie" (Dawson)
  5. "Kick in the Head" (Robert Hunter)
  6. "Truck Drivin' Man" (Terry Fell)
  7. "Hello Mary Lou" (Gene Pitney)
  8. "Sutter's Mill" (Dawson)
  9. "Dead Flowers" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)
  10. "Henry" (Dawson)
  11. "School Days" (Chuck Berry)

Personnel[edit]

New Riders of the Purple Sage[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Jerry Garcia – producer
  • Tom Flye – recording and remix engineer
  • Bob Edwards – sound engineer
  • Tom Lubin – assistant engineer
  • Chris Harms – cover art

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rhulmann, William. Home, Home on the Road at AllMusic. Retrieved June 15, 2011.

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