|Studio album by|
|Genre||Folk rock, baroque pop|
|Producer||Clifford T. Ward|
|Clifford T. Ward chronology|
Home Thoughts is the second album by English Singer-songwriter Clifford T. Ward released in 1973. The album reached number 40 in the U.K. album charts, no doubt helped by the success of the single "Gaye", released earlier the same year. The title of the album is taken from the poem "Home Thoughts from Abroad" by Robert Browning.
- "The Dubious Circus Company"
- "Where Would That Leave Me"
- "The Traveller"
- "Home Thoughts from Abroad"
- "Where's It Going to End"
- "Time, the Magician"
- "Give Me One More Chance"
- "Cold Wind Blowing"
- "The Open University"
All songs written by Clifford T. Ward
- Clifford T. Ward - Vocals and Keyboards -
- Ken Wright - Drums & Percussion
- Derek Thomas - Guitars
- Terry Edwards - Bass
- Richard Hewson - Arrangements
- Jerry Boys, Vic Gamm - Engineer
- Alan Curtis, Tony Bell - Photography
- Mawer, Sharon. Clifford T. Ward: Home Thoughts from Abroad > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 31 March 2012.
- The Guinness Book of British Hit Albums, fifth edition, 1992
- Original Charisma Records record sleeve notes