Jay Hoad | Home Is Where the Heart Is

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Home Is Where the Heart Is

by Jay Hoad

"Multi-instrumentalist Jay Hoad's music lives in a place where jazz, jam, reggae, funk, pop and Australian tribal music meet, creating an eclectic sound of global proportions."
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Like Gremlins
3:06 $0.96
2. Island Boy
2:48 $0.96
3. All Around the World
4:07 $0.96
4. Power of the Rock
4:12 $0.96
5. To the Sunset
3:57 $0.96
6. Broken Bones
2:47 $0.96
7. Ain't Gonna Get No Love from Me
3:36 $0.96
8. Home Is Where the Heart Is
4:23 $0.96
9. Free Country
4:33 $0.96
10. Simple Song
2:54 $0.96
11. Didgebling
3:26 $0.96
12. Hillbilly from Cocklebiddy
2:42 $0.96
13. Sleepy Head
2:29 $0.96
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jay Hoad’s extraordinary new album "Home Is Where The Heart Is" was recorded in Sydney, Australia at Eargasm Studios with highly acclaimed award winning producer Craig Porteils (Gun & Roses, Terence Trent D’arby & Diesel) with songs written in some of the most exotic locations around the world and featuring premier Fijian artist Knox!

Showcasing Hoad’s extensive musical talent and pushing the boundaries with a mash up of styles and genres from rock to folk to high energy pumping, thumping roots and the occasional ballad. Album highlights include "Power of the Rock" inspired by Uluru (Ayers Rock) written on the Cigar Box guitar and featuring Didgeridoo, "Hillbilly From Cocklebiddy", a story about crossing the Nullabor plain, the catchy and unforgettable "Ain’t Gonna Get No Love From Me" featuring Shalane O'Connors of Siskin River on vocals and the title track "Home Is Where The Heart Is", a tribute to Hoad’s mother country Fiji.

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