Winning BBC Radio 2's Folk Album Of The Year twice is an unprecedented achievement placing John Tams at the very top of the folk music tree in the UK.
Home was released in 2002 to great reviews, consolidating John's reputation after the incredible success of his first solo album, 'Unity'. Containing all new songs composed by John, except for his adaptation of the traditional Derbyshire song "Hugh Stenson and Molly Green", the album features the same musicians as 'Unity', with a full band backing on many of the tracks.
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|Packaging Type:||Jewel Case|
|Dimensions (L × W × H):||142mm × 10mm × 125mm|
|1||You Don't Know Me Anymore||-|
|2||Another Grey and Grim Old Grimy Day||-|
|3||Yonder (down the winding road)||-|
|5||Hugh Stenson and Molly Green||-|
|6||Right on Line||-|
|9||Bound East for Cardiff||-|
|10||When This Song Is Ended There's No More||-|